A Wisconsin golf getaway with a natural appeal

Whether you live in Voyager Village, down the road in Siren or a little further out – say Duluth, Eau Claire or the Twin Cities—Voyager Village is a golf getaway with a natural appeal. Read about us in Tee Times Magazine.

18-hole Championship Course

Our 18-hole championship course is nestled among 5,200 acres of scenic woodlands and wetlands in Northwest Wisconsin’s Burnett County. It features rolling hills, beautiful vistas, meticulously maintained greens and the occasional call of a loon, swoop of an eagle or saunter of bear.

Our Certified Golf Superintendent keeps the course in peak condition from opening day through the fall finale.

Aerial Flyover Tour of the Course

Take a look at our 18-hole course from the air. This flyover video shows a bird’s-eye view with hole stats included. (Video made in September 2016. Video length is 9:24.)

View flyover videos of individual holes on our Championship Course.
Hole #1 flyover video >    (:30)
A good opener! Avoid the bunker and runway with your tee shot. Favor the left side of the fairway for a good look at the green.

Hole #2 flyover video >    (:53)
Our first par 5. If you’re a long-hitter, cut a little off the dog leg left. If not, target just off the right edge of the bunker. The fairly large green slopes from back to front, so target below the hole on your approach.

Hole #3 flyover video >    (:37)
A tricky par 4. Your tee shot is crucial with OB looming right and a hazard running the left side length of the hole. Aiming just left of the two trees is ideal to the large, sloping green.

Hole #4 flyover video >    (:23)
This par 3 is all over water while the green slopes from back to front. Be sure to be below the hole depending on the pin placement.

Hole #5 flyover video >    (:42)
A long par 4. The farther right your tee shot, the longer the approach into this large, well-protected green.

Hole #6 flyover video >    (:44)
A straight-forward par 5, what you see is what you get. Avoid the runway and the bunkers guarding this green.

Hole #7 flyover video >    (:27)
Par 4. On this slight dog leg right, favor your tee shot down the left side for a good look at this green.

Hole #8 flyover video >    (:23)
A short par 3 with well-guarded by bunkers all around.

Hole #9 flyover video >    (:26)
The par 4 closing of the front nine is a dog leg left. Take the bunker out of play by using your 200-yard club to leave you about 150 into the elevated green.

Hole #10 flyover video >    (:31)
This par 4 has a slight dog leg right. Favor the right side of the fairway to have the best look into this green.

Hole #11 flyover video >    (:24)
Be prepared, a challenging par 5. If you are long enough, cut off a lot of the hole with a tee shot over the trees on the left. If not the second shot, you will have to lay up before the water or try and avoid the trees on the right. The approach to this small green is difficult.

Hole #12 flyover video >    (:20)
Dog leg left par 4. Aim far left because there is more than ample landing area for your tee shot. If you can see it, the green is in front of the white flag up against the trees.

Hole #13 flyover video >    (:20)
Testy par 3. Check the flag on the left to check the wind direction of the wind. This hole is subject to wind changes throughout the day.

Hole #14 flyover video >    (:23)
Par 4 with a challenging tee shot on this dog leg right road hole. If possible, the left side of the fairway is your best best since the hazard runs the entire length of the right side of the hole. The approach shot is important because the green is very undulating and guarded by bunkers.

Hole #15 flyover video >    (:37)
Most challenging on the inward nine, a par 5 with a 90-degree dog leg right. From the tee, cut off as much as you like, but be careful because tree limbs can grab your ball. Hazards run the entire length of the right side of the hole and after the 90-degree turn on your approach. The hilly fairway makes an interesting approach to the guarded green.

Hole #16 flyover video >    (:35)
Tough par 4 heads uphill on your tee shot. Favor the left side of the fairway to avoid a long approach into this large green. Check the pin location as you approach.

Hole #17 flyover video >    (:18)
An elevated tee shot for this par 3. Avoid the front left bunker at all costs - if you end up there it’s almost a certain bogey.

Hole #18 flyover video >    (:37)
Par 4. Avoid the right bunker from the tee and you will have an excellent shot to hit this large green within regulation and finish with a birdie.

View the 18-hole Championship Course Scorecard

Par 3 Course

Beginners, young golfers and folks practicing their short game love spending time on our 9-hole Par 3 course. This little gem nestles up to beautiful Birch Island Lake and offers a scenic tee shot at nearly every turn. There are water features on 5 of the 9 holes. One of the largest black oak trees in the state protects the 7th green.

View the Par 3 Course Scorecard

Practice Area

Our driving range and practice greens offer ample space to get out and practice your swings and putts.

Course Conditions

During the transitional weather seasons of spring and fall, check our course rates and conditions page to get the latest updates or call the Golf Shop at 715-259-3910 x3911.

During extreme weather conditions, check our Facebook page for important alerts and urgent news or call the Golf Shop at 715-259-3910 x3911.