Brookfield Hills Golf Course opened in 1971. At that time, the golf course and Brookfield Hills Apartments were under one umbrella of ownership. In 1985, the apartments were sold, leaving them two serarate entities. Brookfield Hills Golf Course has matured into a beautiful tract with tall deciduous and pine trees, ponds and Deer Creek on the back nine. Our 18 holes provides a variety of challenges. Primarily level terrain with knolls and slight hills surround many of the fairways. However the ponds, flowing creek and well placed bunkers create some difficult situations. Large greens are a forgiving aspect to this course. There is a time, at dusk, where the sun makes the grass look like green velvet. It is a beautiful sight!
The front nine, par 32, makes you forget you are in a busy southeastern suburb of Wisconsin. Fairly wooded, the front nine is the favorite of the two nines because of the lengthy par 4's. A popular hole on the front nine is No 8. Par 4, 425 yards dog leg to left.... it holds a challenge for every golfer. A well hit and carefully placed tee shot over the trees will leave you with a wedge or nine iron to the green. Not sure you can make it over the trees to the left, hit your tee shot straight and it will leave you with 150 - yards to the green.
The back nine, par 30, makes you sharpen up your short game skills. However, six of the holes have a looming presence of water. The favorite hole on the back nine is No. 16. The 135-yd. par-3 is a strong blend of water, sand and rolling putting surface. Players must place their tee shot over the river to reach the green. Careful of the greenside sand bunker which obscures a good portion of the green.