A course even the most gluttonous of golfers never tire of playing...
Located in Fontana, Wisconsin, Big Foot Country Club is a private 190 member-owned Golf and Tennis Club featuring a Tom Bendelow designed championship golf course (slope 140; 6,767 yards; rated 73.4 from the back tees) routed over 270 acres of wooded land, rolling hills, and spring-fed streams. During a round of golf at Big Foot, you’re able to visit the Grand Canyon (hole 5), drink from the Fountain of Youth (hole 2) or play Basketball (hole 17). You can also ride a Double-Decker (hole 4), relax on an Inner Spring (hole 15), or tweak the Devil’s Elbow (hole 14).
Tom Bendelow designed the golf course in 1924. It’s comforting to know that the Big Foot of 1924 is alive and well. From the awe-inspiring view from the 12th tee to the majestic Indian Mound on hole 11, from the tranquil pond of hole 8 to the spring feed creeks that slice through the rolling hills and the formidable wall of grass concealing the 12th fairway, Big Foot is a joy to play. Each of Big Foot’s unique holes have been named for its location, terrain, or outstanding feature.
Big Foot’s borders are secure. Big Foot remains as intended: a paradise of golfing tranquility.