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NagaWaukee Golf Course

Noted golf course architect, Lawrence Packard, transformed 200 wooded, Kettle Moraine acres into a beautiful and challenging, irrigated, 18-hole championship golf course. The rugged terrain and breathtaking views of Pewaukee Lake make playing this course an unforgettable experience.

Naga-Waukee War Memorial Golf Course is CLOSED.
Updated Mon., Dec. 30

  • Rates

     

        Waukesha County Resident Waukesha County SR/JR & Veteran Non Resident
        Ask about our discount card for great savings!
             
    September 3 thru October 6        
    Monday - Friday 18 Holes $30.50 $22.50 $33.50
    Monday - Friday 9 Holes $16.75 $14.75 $21.25
    Weekends & Holidays 18 Holes $34.00 $24.50 $42.50
    Weekends & Holidays 9 Holes $20.25 $15.75 $24.75
    Twilight (Sat-Sun after 3 p.m.) 18 Holes $24.00 $24.00 $24.00
    Twilight (Mon-Fri after 4 p.m. and Sat-Sun after 2 p.m.) 9 Holes $15.75 $13.75 $18.75
    Early Bird (Mon-Fri before 8 a.m.) 18 Holes $24.50 $24.50 $24.50
    Early Bird (Mon-Fri before 8 a.m.) 9 Holes $15.75 $15.75 $15.75
             
    October 7 thru Season Close        
    Daily - Fall 18 Holes $30.50 $22.50 $33.50
    Daily - Fall 9 Holes $16.75 $14.75 $21.25
             
      18 Holes 9 Holes
    Golf Carts (per player) $16.00 $10.00
    Push Carts $6.00 $3.50
  • Lessons

    Naga-Waukee War Memorial

  • Leagues

    Naga-Waukee War Memorial

  • Course Information

    Hole Blue/White/Red Yardage Par Description
    # 1 415/388/359 4 Drive should be just right of the fairway trap to provide open shot to the green. Check pin placement on # 9 green.
    # 2 552/534/464 5 First of Packard's trademark double doglegs. Tee shot should favor left side of fairway, second shot should favor right side to open up the shallow well bunkered green. Check pin placement of # 3.
    # 3 202/182/144 3 Large, deep green. Select one more club than you think you need. Check pin placement on # 4 green.
    # 4 436/411/353 4 Best hole in front 9. Don't be afraid to hit the spoon, tee shot is very important. Large green with no trouble in front. Keep in the short grass.
    # 5 369/348/286 4 Great risk, great reward. Drive should favor right side of fairway. Very deep green.
    # 6 514/496/423 5 Another double dogleg with shallow, well bunkered green. Favor the right side with the drive and especially the second shot.
    # 7 355/346/337 4 Big hitters should hit spoon. Favor the left side of fairway. Tricky green, usually better to be short of the pin on second shot.
    # 8 175/134/124 3 Front bunker creates illusion that hole is shorter than it actually is.
    # 9 409/397/341 4 Bogey players should play this as a 3-shot hole. Favor the left side of fairway. Large, undulating green. Recall pin placement from # 1 tee.
    # 10 412/401/361 4 Drive should favor left side and be no longer than even with bunker. This will provide open second shot to very large and slightly undulating green. Stay below cup.
    # 11 502/492/470 5 Best par 5 on course. Favor left side of fairway near trap. Don't be greedy on the second shot. Long and right of green is jail. Seamus McDuff lives under the bridge.
    # 12 381/367/325 4 Drive should favor left side of fairway. A slight dip in front of the green creates illusion of less distance. Some putts on this green will break towards lake.
    # 13 229/211/169 3 Spoon or driver unless your name is Tiger. All carry, slightly uphill and often against a slight breeze. Largest green on course and they forgot the bunker.
    # 14 542/525/504 5 Favor the left side of the fairway. Remember what the old pro from Austin said, "The woods are full of long drives." Second shot should favor right side to open up third shot. Last double dogleg.
    # 15 372/351/285 4 Great hole plays longer than it looks. Drive should favor left side of fairway. Take one more club for the second shot. Green slopes toward lake slightly. Lake will affect break on putts. 
    # 16 179/156/132 3 Check wind. Very large green often breaks to the lake.
    # 17 435/420/362 4 Tough hole. Drive should hug the left side of the trap. Second shot should favor the left side of the green. Avoid going long or right of the green.
    # 18 351/342/333 4 A drive just left of the trap sets up a good birdie opportunity. Keep second shot below the hole, especially if the pin is on the left. 
    • Out of bounds:
      • all fence lines, white stakes, entrance road, and clubhouse parking lot
    • Lateral hazards: marked by red stakes

Course Amenities:

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COURSE RULES

  • USGA rules govern all play
  • Replace divots, rake bunkers, and repair ball marks on greens
  • Slower players must allow faster players through
  • No caddies
  • No spectators allowed on course
  • Proper attire required
  • Each player must have a golf bag, two clubs, and a putter
  • All players must register with the starter
  • Starter reserves the right to make up foursomes
  • Groups larger than foursomes not permitted
  • Receipts must be carried at all times
  • No carry-on food or beverages permitted on course or in clubhouse
  • Check with starter before starting on back nine

Naga-Waukee War Memorial Golf Course
W307 N1897 Maple Avenue
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: 262-367-2153