Pine Hills Country Club is located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Founded in 1905, the current Pine Hills location opened in 1928 and is known throughout Wisconsin as a shining example of the golden age of golf course architecture. The course features majestic tree lined fairways, undulating raised greens and forbidding hazards. Pine Hills Country Club has proudly established itself as a favorite course among the state’s top amateurs and club professionals. Sheboygan County, Wisconsin is rated by Golf Magazine as the 7th best golf destination in the world.
New to town? Seeking to expand your circle of friends to an active group people?
The Sheboygan area has a lot to offer if you know where to look. We put this group together to meet other professionals new to the area, 45 and under, and help them with the experience of learning what Sheboygan County has to offer. Our primary purpose for this group is to get together and adventure to local restaurants, coffee shops, bars and other field trips/activities within the region.
SYC members and their guests enjoy a sensational view of Lake Michigan and the Sheboygan Harbor from the dining room, one of few year-round full-service yacht clubs on the Great Lakes. Members take advantage of harbor facilities, dry storage and derrick yard with winter storage. The club is located adjacent to the U.S. Sailing Center-Sheboygan, one of four in the U.S. and the only one on the Great Lakes.
Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building. They are places where neighbors come together, families share meals and children grow up. Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet needs, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
A wilderness preserve. A distinguished dining club. A private, rustic cabin and a recreational retreat. River Wildlife offers a truly unique, naturally secluded sanctuary for guests to get down to business or escape from it.
The Economic Club of Sheboygan was founded in 1963 by James Raffel, Konrad Testwuide and Robert Sawvell, three young entrepreneurs, who felt the need for a local forum to host national speakers and exchange views on current economic issues. It has grown to its current membership of more than 180 active members.
Escape to the grandeur of an era long since past. Here an esteemed history and gracious ambiance create a unique club environment in which to enjoy all the amenities of a KOHLER experience.
Available to members only, this grand historic mansion includes 31 luxurious guest rooms, two dining rooms, solarium, living room, Rathskeller, meeting rooms, spa with treatment areas, indoor-outdoor year-round swim-through pool, steam room, sauna, whirlpool and exercise equipment.