One of Northern Wisconsin's most challenging and beautiful golf courses.
Take a hole-by-hole tour of our course online, then come find out for yourself the great golfing experience the Cumberland Golf Club can provide!
The Front Nine. More open, but longer.
The front nine at the Cumberland Golf Club is a longer than the second nine of the course but more forgiving, with less water and less woods. Blue: 3238 yards, White: 3078 yards, Gold: 2511 yards. Par 36.
The Back Nine. A little shorter, but a whole lot tighter.
The back nine at the Cumberland Golf Club is a shorter than the front nine of the course but more demanding. Woods and water come into play on almost every hole. Blue: 3033 yards, White: 2935 yards, Gold: 2443 yards. Par 36.
GPS Graphics provided by Zach Lindfors.
Photo: Long hitters have a chance to clear the hill in front and make the green in two. The green, seen in the distance, rises up above the fairway.
Photo: View from the #2 blue/white tee box. The fairway dogs hard left after about 200 yards. Leave the driver in the bag if you must.
Photo: From the tee box, the fairway dogs right hard. Try to cut the corner if you dare for a shorter approach shot to the green. Water and woods lurk on the right.
Photo: This par 3 "island green" can range from between 110 and 160 yards. Splash if you go short, left, or long. Go right and you're messing with two bunkers.
Photo: This photo is from in front of the blue/white tee box. The fairway slopes uphill for about 220 yards before reaching a plateau. You'll still have a long second shot to reach the green with a chance for par.
Photo: This photo is from 170 yards out. A pond guards the front of the green while three bunkers guard the back. The fairway slopes downhill toward the pond.
Photo: Seven, like hole five, requires a tee shot up a steep hill.
Photo: Looking down the #8 fairway. It's unreachable in two except for the very talented. It dog legs right hard and is protected by three bunkers in front and pines behind.
Photo: Looking back up the #9 fairway from behind the green.. getting a par on this hole, the most difficult of the four par three's, is like finding a pot o' gold.
Photo: The par four ten is straight but hilly. It's one of the easiest holes on the back nine.
Photo: The #11 green, protected by a pond that is home to ducks, geese, beavers, and muskrats at various times and hundreds of golf balls at all times.
Photo: The short #12 dares you to chunk your iron shot!
Photo: Looking down the tight #13 fairway. Hit a long iron or fairway wood to avoid going into a pond hidden around the left corner.
Photo: Very long hitters will need to keep their drivers in their bags to avoid this fairway pond. The early fairway is open but tightens up considerably on its way to the green.
Photo: This narrow fairway is wooded on both sides, with a pond in the woods on the left.
Photo: Looking up the 16 fairway, one of the most narrow on the course. Several trees were taken out on the bottle neck in 2014, making it much more playable.
Photo: A tough pot hole bunker, in addition to two other bunkers, protect this short part 3, rated the easiest hole on the course.
Photo: Looking at the green on this sharp dog leg left. Big hitters can try and cut the corner on the left... the rest of us will be happy to be right here in two.