This week's stop on the Central Wisconsin Golf Card Tour brings us to Inshalla Country Club in Tomahawk.
The 18-hole course was built in 1964 with the country club feel, though it is still open to the public.
"One of the nice things with Inshalla Country Club is that its challenging for people who golf a lot, but forgiving enough for beginners to come out and have a good time. And it's not overly long, so if you don't hit the ball real long, you can still come out and have a good time," said Jason Kahle, Owner and General Manager of Inshalla.
It's that length, or lack thereof, that can challenge just about anybody.
"It's a shorter course, but very challenging. You can't just go up and grab driver on every tee and score real well. You have to be able to shape shots once and a while, or play different clubs off the tee," Kahle said.
And one thing you'll notice right away: the course is in fantastic shape.
"Its kind of a hidden gem. Doesn't get a lot of publicity on it, with a lot of the really nice courses that are around here. But when people do come and find it, it's in great shape this year, everything is really green, and greens are rolling really well, they'll be happy when they get here," he said.
You can find more on the course here.