Troy Burne Fact Sheet

Location295 Lindsay Road
Hudson, Wisconsin 54016
Local 715-381-9800 - Toll Free 877-888-8633
Facility TypeUpscale, public club featuring a world-class championship course
Clubhouse8000 square-foot building in traditional Shaker architecture, featuring fully-stocked golf shop, seasonal restaurant with outdoor patio seating, event room with seating up to 300, and outdoor landscaped ceremony site.
Head Golf ProfessionalDavid Tentis, PGA
Course SuperintendentMitch Fossey, GCSAA
EstablishedCourse opened for play May 15, 1999. Dedication and Inaugural Match between PGA TOUR stars Tom Lehman and Steve Stricker on June 7, 1999.
NameWhile still a Hudson street address, the course sits in the rural township called the Town of Troy, and the term Burne is a Scottish name for a creek.
TournamentsTroy Burne Cup Matches, 1999-2005. July 2004 and 2005, host of Scholarship America Showdown, a Nationwide Tour Event, USGA Local Qualifying site for US Open and Mid-Am.
Course ArchitectsMichael Hurdzan and Dana Fry – Toledo, OH
Design ConsultantTom Lehman
Course ConstructionGlenn Rehbein Companies, Blaine, MN
Construction BeganAugust 1996
Construction CompletedMay 1999
Earth MovedOver one million cubic yards
Par71 – Five Par 3’s, Nine Par 4’s, Four Par 5’s
Course YardagesLehman Tees - 7003 yards
Championship Tees – 6774/6505 yards
Resort Tees – 6260/5837
Forward Tees – 4932 yards
Course LayoutA unique “stadium links” design featuring over 225 acres of rolling countryside. The front nine incorporates sprawling mounds covered in native fescue grasses, while the back dives into a quiet hollow surrounded by wooded areas including pines, birch, oak, and maple trees.
BunkersOver 120 bunkers, nearly half greenside
Water FeaturesAll man-made: four lakes and a bubbling burne flowing at 1200-1500 gallons per minute, totaling water in play on eight holes
GreensA-4 Bentgrass, averaging 8500 square feet in area
Fairways / TeesPutter Bentgrass
RoughsKentucky Bluegrass
Native AreasBlue Fescue
Course AwardsNominated in Golf Digest for Best New Public Course for 1999
4½ star rating (out of 5) in Golf Digest’s “Place to Play” 2001- 2003
Best Twin Cities Public Course, St. Paul Pioneer Press, 2000
#2 Ranked Twin Cities Public Course, Minneapolis Star Tribune, 2000
#9 Ranked Best Course to Play in Wisconsin, Golfweek, 2013
#1 Favorite Golf Course For a Tournament, Tee Times Magazine, 2014
#8 2015/2016 Best Golf Course in Wisconsin, Golf Digest, 2015