Thornberry Creek at Oneida
Destination Green Bay: Titletown in northeast Wisconsin
Located just outside of Titletown in northeast Wisconsin, Thornberry Creek at Oneida offers 27 holes of public golf at its finest. Experience our two unique golf courses, the Legends 18-hole course and the Iroquois 9-hole course, both designed by renowned golf course architect Rick Jacobson.
The official golf course of the Green Bay Packers, Thornberry Creek is known for its sloping hills and graceful scenery, offering a fun and challenging golf experience for players of all ages and skill levels. A top course in the Green Bay area, Thornberry Creek provides lush photographic opportunities for both informal and formal golf and banquet events.
Thornberry Creek features a driving range and practice greens to fine-tune your game or warm up before your next round. Private golf lessons are available, along with a golf shop stocked with golf apparel and accessories. After a successful day on the course, enjoy a meal, some drinks, and the relaxing view of the lush woods at the Thornberry Creek restaurant and bar.
Thornberry Creek is the perfect location for your next golf outing, offering a variety of amenities, on-course contests, and best-in-class service and hospitality. In addition to two unique golf courses, our venue boasts a 300-person ballroom space, a 120-person event space, outdoor event space, and a full banquet staff who can accommodate your food and beverage needs.
Rainy or cold day? No worries! With two indoor golf simulators, playing a few rounds of golf with friends regardless of weather just became easier. While playing in the simulator, you can enjoy an appetizer and a few drinks from the Thornberry Creek restaurant and bar. Want to have more fun with friends in the simulator? Join our golf leagues! With a variety of leagues available, you’ll be sure to find the right fit for you.
Planning to make Thornberry Creek your home course this season? Become an annual passholder! Single, couple, family, college, and junior annual passholder memberships are available. Perks of passholder membership include golf cart use, full use of the outdoor practice tee and short game area with added range balls, USGA handicap, locker room use, 14 days advance tee time booking, and 10% off all non-sale items in the golf shop!*
For all your golf and event needs, Thornberry Creek has you covered. Learn more at www.golfthornberry.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @thornberrycreek.
*Locker room use for All Access Annual Passes only. 10% off excludes food and beverage.
5 Tips for Planning Your Fall Golf Trip to Florida
Fall is going to be here soon and it couldn't come sooner!
When you are planning your fall vacation to North Florida, here are a tips for planning the perfect autumn escape...
1. Enjoy All the Fall Fun the First Coast Has to Offer!
Florida's First Coast is at its very best in the fall! Our leaves might not change colors, but there is still plenty of color here in autumn. Here are some ways to add color and a bit of zing to your fall getaway in Northeast Florida.
--What's brighter and more colorful than juicy-ripe fruits and veggies at a local farmer's market? The farmer's market season is in full swing here in the fall, and you can find farmer's markets in every county in Northeast Florida.
--For many of us, fall would not be fall without college football. If you need a college football fix while you are in town, head to a Jaguar game, such as the annual Florida vs. Georgia showdown.
--Thinking of visiting over Labor Day weekend? Check out this helpful guide to planning the perfect Labor Day weekend getaway in Northeast Florida. The detailed itinerary includes where to stay, eat, drink, play, and much more.
--To learn about the local beverage scene, which we must say is quite happening these days, check out one of these unique tours: the Manifest Distillery tour, the Jacksonville Ale Trail (see the video below), or the Clay County Coffeehouse itinerary.
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Walk Same Pinehurst Fairways as Game's Greats
The Countdown is On to the 2024 U.S. Open!
The 2024 U.S. Open will take place June 13-16, 2024 at Pinehurst Resort, the first U.S. Open anchor site. Historic Pinehurst No. 2 will play host to the championship for the fourth time and for the first time since 2014. With approximately 250,000 people expected to attend the event, or be in the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area at some point during championship week, accommodations will be in high demand. We encourage everyone to book their accommodations as soon as possible, if they wish to stay in the Pinehurst area/Moore County. However, our hospitality friends throughout the Sandhills, the Piedmont and surrounding areas of North Carolina are prepared to welcome you as well. These resources are the best way to learn more about where to stay and play when attending the 2024 U.S. Open.
Lehman 18 Makes Grand Debut After Extensive Renovation
Renovation of Dutch Red Nine Currently Underway
Following a multi-million-dollar renovation by Minnesota native and PGA professional golfer Tom Lehman, the Lehman 18 made its grand debut today at Cragun's Resort with an official teeing off ceremony.
Lehman was serenaded on the first tee by the University of Minnesota Band Alumni, Cragun's Resort owner Dutch Cragun, Eric Peterson, General Manager, Jack Wawro, Director of Golf, and Matt McKinnon, Director of Golf Course Maintenance. Tee off footage on this link.
"Having grown up 90 minutes from here, it's great to return to be a part of this resort's golf legacy," said Lehman, a Minnesota native who attended the University of Minnesota.
Open for its first full golf season, the course layout moves perfectly through a 1000-acre wooded sanctuary working its way around Stephens Lake and through many of the other natural wetlands, a true Minnesota backdrop. Dramatic strategic and aesthetic changes occurred on every hole, with lake and forest views in abundance throughout.
Lehman cited the demanding, 627-yard par 5 fourth hole among his favorites, with the summer's prevailing wind almost always at the golfer's back, allowing the chance to think about getting home in two shots and a chance at eagle. Avoiding a trio of fairway bunkers guarding the right side of the fairway is key off the tee, he explained. The green is protected by a massive bunker in front that will need to be avoided.
On the back nine, from the 16th hole through the close, spectacular views of the lake beckon at every hole.
The Dutch Course, which annually hosts the PGA TOUR Canada's CRMC Championship presented by Gertens, debuted its renovated Blue Nine earlier this summer. The Championship layout (Blue and White Nines) stretches to 7001 yards and plays to par 70. The Red Nine is currently closed for renovation by Lehman Design Group and will reopen in 2024.
Cragun's Resort is located on beautiful Gull Lake in Brainerd, Minnesota, and offers a wide array of outdoor activities for individuals, families, and groups, including a mile-long sandy beach, biking, hiking trails, and watersports.