National Golf Day is on May 1st this year, and we’re excited to kick off the season! Celebrate this special day with us with these great golf deals:

GIFT CARD SALE

$100 gift card for only $80!

Limit 3 per person.

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TWO ROUND PACKAGE: The Oaks AND Kestrel Ridge 

One 18-hole Round of Golf with Golf Car at The Oaks AND one 18-hole Round of Golf with Golf Car at Kestrel Ridge for only $90!

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LESSON PACKAGE (Shaun Finley)

4 Lessons with PGA Director of Golf Shaun Finley – 5th Lesson FREE!

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LESSON PACKAGE (Brent Mann)

with Director of Instruction Brent Mann

TOTAL GAME ENHANCEMENT

consistency-simplicity-improvement

30 minute putting lesson

30 minute chipping lesson

30 minute iron lesson

30 minute driving lesson

(Can be done over any period of time)

Reg. $199  Golf Day $150

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LESSON PACKAGE (Brent Mann)

Two 45 minute lessons with Director of Instruction Brent Mann

(Includes warm up, range balls, and lesson summary with notes and video)

Reg. $130  Golf Day $99

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter, from our Family to Yours!

May your celebration today be filled with good cheer!

Golf on Your Mind?

Enjoy 18 Hole Rates ONLY $52 ALL Day on Easter (Sunday, April 21)!

What’s one better? Cart is included!

Click The Oaks egg to book your tee time:

Did You Know?

Did you know you can book your tee time online, at NO additional cost? Secure your tee time below:

Demo/Fitting Day: THIS WEEKEND!

Saturday, April 20th from  10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Come check out the brand new clubs from Callaway, Cobra, Titleist and TaylorMade here at The Oaks! ️

If you are interested in booking an appointment for our demo day (recommended), please contact us at 608-837-4774 ext 4 or by emailing davidbast@golftheoaks.com.

Looking to Join a League?

Leagues for the 2019 season are sold out at The Oaks. But if you didn’t get signed up, our sister course, Kestrel Ridge, still has space available!

Click below to learn more about Leagues at Kestrel Ridge!

Congrats to our $500 Gift Card Winners!

E.J.”Manny” Stern, Jr.

Kathee Kantor

John Haeflinger

Jim Lukken

Thank you to everyone who participated!

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WHAT’S ALL YOU CAN PLAY?

​Enjoy all you can play ANY time from Monday – Friday until April 18.

How does it work? Just book 2nd round after your first round! 🎉🎉🎉

Please inquire in the golf shop after your first round for availability of same day replay.  AllYouCanPlay is on a space available basis and is not guaranteed. 

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Book a Tee Time!

Come see us! Book your tee time online by clicking below. No additional cost.

BECOME A MEMBER!

It’s true: here at The Oaks Golf Course, we offer 18 holes of spectacular golf. That’s just one of the reasons it took Golf Digest only a matter of months to recognize this as its fifth-ranked “Best New Affordable Golf Courses” shortly after we opened in 2003.

Golf the way it was meant to be.

Whether you’ve been golfing your entire life or just recently picked up the game, a membership at The Oaks is exactly what you need.

Let’s Stay Connected!

Stay up to date with all things The Oaks! Whether you‘re on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram — we’ve got it!

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INTRODUCING… THE TITLEIST LOYALTY PROGRAM

Titleist will once again be offering their Loyalty Rewarded Program!  Now through 4/22/19 when you buy 3 dozen of Titleist’s Pro V1, Pro V1x, or AVX golf balls, you’ll get 1 dozen FREE.

Plus, your order includes personalization for FREE!

Don’t miss out on this great offer!  Fill out our online order form using the button below to order yours today!  Golf balls will ship directly to your address.  If you have any questions, please contact Shaun at shaunfinley@golftheoaks.com for more information.

FIND YOUR PERFECT FIT

Check out Titleist’s promo video for the Pro V1 & Pro V1x!

Not sure which ball to choose? Click the button below to go to Titleist’s “Golf Ball Selector” & find your perfect fit.

Instructors

Brent Mann– Director of Instruction
Shaun Finley – PGA, Director of Golf

2018 was a great year for the program and we got some excellent feedback for parents as well as students.

Here are a few of the things to look forward to this season…

Team Tiger – Monday Session – $180

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 9 to 12-years-of-age (general age grouping) – 45minute instructional clinics by The Oaks PGA Professional Staff and volunteers, followed by an hour of golf on the course.

Team Tiger – Wednesday Session – $180

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 9 to 12-years-of-age (general age grouping) – 45minute instructional clinics by The Oaks PGA Professional Staff and volunteers, followed by an hour of golf on the course.

Team Tiger – Monday AND Wednesday – $245

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 9 to 12-years-of-age (general age grouping) – 45minute instructional clinics by The Oaks PGA Professional Staff and volunteers, followed by an hour of golf on the course.

Team Hogan – Wednesday Session – $195

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 13 years of age and older.  This group will receive 45-minute instructional clinics by The Oaks PGA Professional Staff and volunteers, followed by 9-holes of play. Aspiring high school golf team young men and women are encouraged to sign up here!

Team Fowler – Monday Session – $165

  • Open to our juniors ranging from 8-years-of-age and younger – Basic introduction into the great game of golf – and lots of fun too!  All time will be spent on the practice facility and putting green, except in the case of a rainy day.

Team Fowler – Wednesday Session – $165

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 8-years-of-age and younger – Basic introduction into the great game of golf – and lots of fun too!  All time will be spent on the practice facility and putting green, except in the case of a rainy day.

Team Fowler – Monday AND Wednesday – $230

  • Description:  Open to our juniors ranging from 8-years-of-age and younger – Basic introduction into the great game of golf – and lots of fun too!  All time will be spent on the practice facility and putting green, except in the case of a rainy day.

YES! SIGN ME UP!

FOUR PERSON SCRAMBLE EVENT

Two Shotgun Start Times to Choose From:

8AM SHOTGUN or 2PM SHOTGUN

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$80+ TAX PER PERSON INCLUDES:

CRAFT BEER TAKEOVER  ·  BREWER SAMPLINGS

18 HOLES OF GOLF  · GPS GOLF CAR

PRACTICE BALLS · LUNCH BUFFET 

PRIZES · FREE SLEEVE OF BALLS 

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The Oaks Golf Course Adds a Second Property

Kestrel Ridge in Columbus Sells to Local Family Group

For Immediate Release:
On February 28, 2019 (Cottage Grove) The Oaks, an award-winning family owned golf course in Cottage Grove, has added a second course, Kestrel Ridge in Columbus to its lineup.

“Kestrel Ridge is the perfect example of a destination course that can be a true community asset,” said Jessica Blaska-Grady, general manager of both The Oaks and Kestrel Ridge. “We want to grow our business but at the same time we don’t want to be “just another” golf course. We bought Kestrel Ridge because it’s the right course that can continue to grow along with the entire Columbus community.”

“The Oaks and Kestrel Ridge are similar in that they are about the same age. We want to improve the course and the clubhouse at Kestrel as well and we look forward to creating a second, true destination golf course for families from all over the Midwest.”

The Oaks has developed a positive reputation for its unique promotions targeting golfing families. “6-After-6” offers families a discount rate if they play together and start after 6pm on summer evenings. It’s also believed The Oaks has Wisconsin’s only “no rain outs” guarantee. If a group gets rained out before they reach the 18th tee they’ll receive full value rain
checks for another round.

“We think golf should be fun,” said Blaska-Grady, “and that’s a philosophy we’ll bring to Kestrel Ridge just like we did at The Oaks. At our courses, we want our players to enjoy first class golf, first class service, and have first class fun.”

 

Visit Kestrel Ridge’s site here.

 

Media Contact:
Jerry Huffman
On behalf of The Oaks and Kestrel Ridge
Go2GuyCommunications.com
608-345-1656

Golf Digest magazine chose The Oaks as one of its “Best New Affordable Golf Courses” shortly after its 2003 opening. Other accolades include The Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin (GCOW) awarding The Oaks multiple awards for Food and Beverage and Player Development. The Oaks also appeared in Madison Magazines’s Best of Madison list.

Interested in joining our Monday Night League or Tuesday Night Ladies League this season? Only a few spots left! 🏌️🏌️🏌️

Our Thursday League is now FULL.

Contact davidbast@golftheoaks.com or call the golf shop at 608.837.4774 ext. 4!

 

Join Our Family!

We satisfy all of your appetites here at The Oaks Golf Course in Cottage Grove, just minutes from Madison, Wisconsin. Whether it’s your appetite for top-quality rounds of golf on our championship 18-hole, par-71 golf course…or your appetite for delectable dining options with a decidedly “Wisconsin” flair.

BECOME A MEMBER!

It’s true: here at The Oaks Golf Course, we offer 18 holes of spectacular golf. That’s just one of the reasons it took Golf Digest only a matter of months to recognize this as its fifth-ranked “Best New Affordable Golf Courses” shortly after we opened in 2003.

Golf the way it was meant to be.

Whether you’ve been golfing your entire life or just recently picked up the game, a membership at The Oaks is exactly what you need.

MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS:

Unlimited Member

Weekday Only Member

Senior Unlimited Member

College Student Unlimited Member

Junior Unlimited Member

Gold Member

Platinum Member

We’d love to have you out to The Oaks for a tour of the facilities! At that time we can discuss the option that best suits your needs, as our many membership options run the gamut.

For more information about membership at The Oaks, click below or call us at (608) 837-4774.

Let’s Stay Connected!

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SAN DIEGO — Getting to No. 1 in the world came with some awkwardness for Justin Rose over the past few months as he played give-and-take with Brooks Koepka for the top spot.

It doesn’t seem to be much of a problem now.

Rose’s two-shot victory on Sunday over Adam Scott at the Farmers Insurance Open was his third in the past year and continued an amazing run of consistency that has seen him post 16 top-10 finishes in his past 24 worldwide events.

“He’s the No. 1 player in the world and he’s showing why right now,” said Scott, whose 19-under-par effort would have won the past nine Farmers tournaments. “Even when he was a little bit off [Sunday], he kept it together, and then closed with five birdies in the last 12 holes. It’s hard to beat when you’re three back around this golf course.”

Rose has been atop his game for the better part of 18 months, with a slew of high finishes dotting his résumé.

But when he finally had a chance to ascend to No. 1 in the world in September at the BMW Championship, he did so despite losing a playoff to Keegan Bradley.

Another oddity occurred when he slipped coming down the stretch at the Turkish Airlines Open, only to win the tournament in a playoff when China’s Li Haotong missed a short par putt — lifting Rose back at No. 1.

And even at the start of 2019, Rose did not hold the top spot, moving back above everyone else sitting as Koepka failed to finish high enough when playing a tournament in Hawaii two weeks ago.

Now it seems he can be there for a while.

Rose, 38, has spent most of the past eight years among the top 20 in the world, a majority of that time in the top 10. For long stretches he has resided in the top five.

For such a world-class player, he might also rank among its most underrated, a guy who is seemingly always there but often without the fanfare.

He won the 2013 U.S. Open and the Olympic gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, but it wasn’t until late in 2017 that he began his run of impressive consistency.

Going back to the 2017 WGC-HSBC Championships — 14 months ago — Rose has six victories, 10 other top-five finishes and a total of 21 top-10s.

And in the 27 tournaments he has played over that period, Rose has just a single missed cut. He also has been top four in seven of his past 10 starts.

“I worked really hard on my team,” said Rose, citing his caddie and trainers and his swing coach, Sean Foley. “We tweaked a lot of my technique to try and help my back more than anything to try to get rid of the little niggles I was feeling all the time.

“I think that making those subtle changes kind of made us work hard and in a really good direction. I think we changed the blueprint of my swing, and one, there were health benefits, but two, I think technically I’ve gotten better over the last couple years, for sure.”

It might have gone the other way after Rose lost the 2017 Masters in a playoff to Sergio Garcia. At times over that back nine, it appeared Rose had a second major title wrapped up, before Garcia rallied to force an extra hole, where he won.

Rose, understandably, had to fight through a bit of a golf hangover following that, and Foley has said there were times Rose simply was not ready to get after it again.

“It was obviously a disappointing loss,” Rose said. “But I quickly realized that I’ve had my breaks, I’ve had my luck, I’ve had my tournaments that have gone my way, and that put it in perspective.”

Unlike Koepka, who won the U.S. Open and PGA Championship last year, Rose was unable to secure any major championship hardware. But overlooked has been his record in the 2018 majors: He was top-20 in all four, including two top-10s. He tied for second at The Open.

And now he is perfectly positioned to prepare for this year’s majors. After playing on the European Tour this week at the new Saudia Arabia tournament, Rose will take a three-way break before returning in Florida to prepare for the Masters, his place atop the world ranking looking more secure.

Source: espn.com