Central Wisconsin Golf Card: Inshalla Country Club

For this week’s installment of the Central Wisconsin Golf Card, we head to Inshalla Country Club in Tomahawk.

Jason Kahle and his uncle bought the course just a little more than a year ago.  

He knew when he had the chance to get into the golf game, it was a chance he needed to take.

"We both played here a long time. Knew the family real well, and when they decided to get out of the business, we wanted to be able to keep it local and keep them employed," Kahle said.

Their signature hole is the par 3 14th hole.

"Challenging par 3. Water up the whole right side. The green is not very deep, but it’s wide from left to right. It’s a very challenging hole."

Jason played the hole as you’d expect: tee shot on the green, and a simple two putt for the easy par.  Me, on the other hand, didn’t show up to play, and had a few more strokes than I’d like to admit.

Kahle said it doesn’t matter if you play like him or like me, though. The course has a little something for everyone.

"It plays very well to all skill levels. A good golfer can come out here and challenge himself, having to put shots where he needs to. And the average weekend golfer can come out here and enjoy themselves and shoot a good round."

For more info on the course, visit https://inshallacc.com/. 



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