We have immediately implemented extra precautionary steps to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

    The clubhouse will be open to pay green fees, use restrooms, and no more than 30 people seated in the clubhouse. The patio is open for seating; This is also where beverage and food will be served.

    One person can ride on golf carts but you have a choice to pair up. Social distancing is being practiced. After your round of golf, park the golf cart on the westside of the building. Leave the key in the cart.

    We believe that a golf course remains one of the safest recreational / entertainment options. Thank you for following these guidelines and appreciate your support/business.

Welcome to Lynx National Golf Course

Join Us

We invite new golfers to join in the fun. As the popularity of golf continues to grow, new players find that the Lynx is a great course to learn the game on.


Cancel your golf trip to Scotland. Instead, come and enjoy this player-friendly links-style course. No trees = no leaves = no lost balls in the fairway.

Championship Quality

We are a public 18-hole championship golf course designed by professional golf architect Mike Morley. Course remains in excellent shape.


Our Course

Click the following links for an up-to-date view of the golf course:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDBwn8VsEqo


The Lynx offers generously sized fairways, greens and an enjoyable experience for all golfers.

  • Value is par for the course
  • Plenty of wildlife
  • “Scottish Links” style course (no leaves)
  • Full driving range
  • Large practice putting green


About Us

The old world charm of this “Scottish Links” style course is captivating, with eighteen championship holes designed by professional golf architect Mike Morley. This experience is all masterfully nested along the winding Sauk River.

Lynx National features tall prairie grasses and wildflowers in the rough. The rolling hills and winds of mother nature further compliment the challenge of this old country golf experience. The marshy wetlands and water surrounding the course not only challenge golfers, but attract wildlife to this pristine and natural area.


Nominated as a candidate for Golf Digest’s “Best New Course in America” in 2000 and recommended by Golf Digest as “A Place to Play”.