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to Clifton Highlands Golf Club
Just 3 miles north of Prescott, Wisconsin, overlooking the St Croix River Valley lies Clifton Highlands Golf Club. Minutes east of St Paul, Minnesota, it has been a favorite of serious golfers for over thirty-five years. It is one of about 20 courses throughout Wisconsin, designed by Dr Gordon Emerson, and the one he considered to be his finest work. The Highlands offers a premium facility, available to you, at a very fair price.
Challenging to both low and high handicappers, it’s a course that can be played day in and day out without tiring of its beauty. It is a fairly tight course with wooded areas, water and sand coming into play. The Highlands has enjoyed a 4.5 Star rating from Golf Digest Magazine for many years and has received a number of accolades from local, regional and national writers. Come see why it’s said to be “One of Wisconsin’s Best”.
"...beautiful Wisconsin golf course, designed to test your shot-making skills... will have you using every club in your bag... one of the best and most affordable places to play in Wisconsin."
Minnesota Monthly Magazine, June 2010
"Tee to green, Clifton Highlands, rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, is a pretty fair test of golf, but it's what happens on the greens that will determine your score, for better or worse."
Tad Reeve, Western Wisconsin Golf Journal
"...Clifton Highlands in the TOP 5 - "Bang For Your Buck" Courses in the ENTIRE Twin Cities area!"
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune
"What is 150 feet high, has mature oaks, a man made pond and the most spectacular views in western Wisconsin? The Par 3 Course at Clifton Highlands."
River Falls Journal
"Golf courses need to find the right niche. At Clifton Highlands they provide a quality golf course at prices that are fair."
Down the Middle by Slater Lampman
"Truly the best, say readers about the value at Clifton Highlands. Be on guard at the finish though, as you can't see the flag after your tee shots on 17 and 18."