Luck Golf Course

Course Information

Clubhouse | Outings | History | Management


2013 Scorecard: Page 1

2013 Scorecard: Page 2

Tips on How to Play Luck Golf Course

Clubhouse and Snack Bar

Clubhouse Interior

Visit our newly remodeled clubhouse!

Enjoy freshly grilled bratwurst and hot dogs handmade by Tim and Ross at Van Meter's Meats, our hometown butchers - you have to try one of their beef sticks!  Breakfast and lunch offerings include croissants, muffins, sandwiches and hamburgers complemented by a variety of chips, candy, and your favorite beverage.  Join us before or after your round or grab something at the turn.  Have a seat at our new bar or tables and check out the great view of Big Butternut Lake.  Our customer service aim is to meet your expectations by exceeding your needs!

Outings: Drive a Little, Save a Lot!

Weekday Outing rates start at $34.00 per person including cart and green fees. Let our professional staff handle all the details for your company outing, charity event, or club scramble. We can customize an event for any size group with small town hospitality unmatched anywhere. Merchandise and equipment with your company logo is available from the golf shop at reasonable prices.

Call us at 715-472-2939 to plan your Luck Golf Course outing today!


Course History

The first meeting to discuss a golf course for Luck was March 1st, 1938.  Green fees were $0.75 a day for weekdays, and $0.35 per round on Sundays and holidays. Opening day was April 30, 1938 but few showed up. On June 3, 1938, a meeting was held to take up the business of the club house. There were 3 bids made and the job was given to Herman Swanson for $165.95 with the provision of a family ticket.  Prices for the golf tickets for 1938 were: Gentlemen-$10.00; Ladies-$7.50; Family-$15.00.  By June 6, 1938, there were 38 paid season passes. The Grand Opening was August 21.  It was a gala event featuring a golf tournament, band concert, motor boat races, watersports, and baseball games. In 1940, a junior season ticket was inaugurated at a price of $5.00.

In 1988, the course was expanded to 18 holes due in part to a generous donation of the land to the south of the course by the Ravnholt family for the purpose of a second nine. The order of the holes was reversed in 1997 with the construction of a new building. In 2004, the clubhouse and bar were remodeled.  In 2005, the cart paths were repaved and expanded.  In 2006, the clubhouse bathrooms and locker rooms were remodeled.   In 2008, the pro shop/dining area was remodeled.  Today, the course and clubhouse are both in excellent condition!

Aerial View


Clubhouse Manager: Gwen Anderson
Superintendent: Kevin Clunis
Architect: Gordon Emerson
Ownership: Village of Luck, Wisconsin


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