The centerpiece of the development and club is a world class, 7,006 yard, 18 hole golf course whose original routing plan was created by a former Pete Dye senior design associate. Bent grass tees, greens and fairways are accented by blue grass rough and numerous sand bunkers. The course is irrigated, wall to wall, with the latest TORO E-Osmac system. The course meanders through and plays over numerous wetlands and babbling brooks. Three large man-made lakes create 4 dramatic holes along Brandybrook Road. Asphalt cart paths connect all of the holes allowing for increased access to the course in wet conditions. The practice facility is conveniently located immediately behind the clubhouse, and consists of a large elevated tee space and practice putting and chipping green.
Rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest, The Legend at Bristlecone’s championship golf course was designed by Scott Miller, a former senior designer for Jack Nicklaus. Playing to 7,005 yards with a par of 71, The Legend at Bristlecone has already played host to more than one-half dozen state tournaments including regional qualifying for the U.S. Open and the State Amateur Championship, Bristlecone will host the Wisconsin State Open in 2010.