Kohler Co. has proposed building a world-class, 18-hole golf course on land it has owned in Sheboygan County for more than 75 years. The course, to be located in the City of Sheboygan and designed by Hall of Fame golf course architect Pete Dye, will join Kohler’s courses at Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run to reinforce Sheboygan County as a premier golf destination in the United States.
Pictured: Blackwolf Run
The company’s plan is to create a public golf course that captures and enhances the natural beauty of the property and to make it one of the top 50 courses in the world. The project will embody Kohler’s commitment to sustainability and be consistent with the company’s decades-old track record of environmental stewardship. The course is expected to embody a minimalist design that highlights the natural landscape.
Kohler is working through local, state and federal agencies, including the City of Sheboygan, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to make sure it follows all rules and regulations that apply. The company believes the project will benefit the City of Sheboygan, Sheboygan County and the region, and is committed to doing so in an environmentally responsible manner that considers public feedback throughout the process.