Pictured: Blackwolf Run
Kohler Co.’s proposed 18-hole public golf course, to be located on land the company has owned in Sheboygan County for more than 75 years, will be a minimalist-design world-class course reflecting the company’s decades-long commitment to sustainability. The project also includes plans for a clubhouse, lodge and locker room, which will apply for LEED green building certification. There will also be an on-site restaurant open to the public.
The course will be designed by Hall of Fame golf course architect Pete Dye, known worldwide for his unique, environmentally sensitive work. Mr. Dye also designed Kohler Co.’s spectacular Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run courses in Sheboygan County.
Kohler Co. is working through local government, 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 project will create hundreds of jobs and multimillion-dollar economic benefits for Sheboygan County and the region, while taking an environmentally responsible approach that respects the community. There will be public hearings and approvals before any construction work begins, and public feedback will be considered throughout the development process.
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