Championship Tradition Since 1903...
Blue Mound Golf and Country Club is one of the Midwest’s finest and most historic golf clubs. Members and guests enjoy 18 unique and challenging holes designed in 1924 by legendary Golf Course Architect, Seth Raynor. The Club also boasts an elegant clubhouse, fine dining and a variety of engaging social activities.
Blue Mound's place in golf history is well documented, having hosted the following marquee events:
* 1916 Western Open, won by Walter Hagen
* 1933 PGA Championship, won by Gene Sarazen
* 1940 Women's Western, won by Babe Didrickson
* 1955 Miller High Life Open, won by Dr. Cary Middlecoff
The Club also hosted the 2010 Western Junior Tournament, won by Patrick Rodgers and co-hosted the 2011 USGA U.S. Amateur with Erin Hills. Blue Mound is also proud of its close, long-term affiliation with the Western Golf Association.
Blue Mound was recently recognized by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the Top 50 Private Most Fun Courses to play in the country. Blue Mound ranked #41 and is the only private club in the state to make the list.
Exquisitely manicured greens and fairways, beautiful architecture, and gracious service combine for an experience rivaling the country’s finest golf clubs. Once you and your guests have experienced Blue Mound, you will consider it your "home away from home."