It’s back!  The 2017 Sauk County 3-Man Scramble is back at the Baraboo Country Club.

Come and join us on Sunday, October 8th at 10am.

We picked up Pemberton & Englund Law Offices as our first corporate sponsor, so there is an extra $200 in the pot this year!

2017 will introduce a perpetual trophy which will have the winners names engraved on it each year.

This trophy will be on display at the BCC for all to see.

Warning, this event isn’t for the faint of heart:

  • All cash payouts.
  • Men on the Black tee.
  • Ladies on the Silver tee.
  • 3-person teams
  • Play in 6-somes for accountability (scorer provided for odd number of teams).
  • No mulligans.
  • No 2-putt rules.

This one is for the golf purist who loves the fun of a scramble, but enjoys the challenge of golf.

After the round is done we’ll head inside for brunch from the Fore Seasons and Packers vs. Cowboys at 3:25pm.

Download your registration form below and get your group signed up today.

Sauk Co. Scramble – 2017 Registration Form

Saturday, Sunday & Monday

25% off all Green Fees and Cart Fees!

The Baraboo Country Club would like to thank all of those having served and this weekend especially those that paid the ultimate price on or behalf.

The time has come to bring the kids out for some golf, fun, and life lessons!

This year’s program will be moving to Friday mornings beginning June 9th.

Download the registration for here: 2017 Baraboo Area Junior Golf Program

Feel free to contact the BCC Golf Shop for additional information!

Happy Mother’s Day!

The Baraboo Country Club is calling all Mothers to play a little golf on Sunday.

Mom plays free with any paying customer.

9 or 18 holes, we don’t care as long as Mom enjoys her day on the course.

Book your tee time today at


Here are the scores from the Sparta Invitational from Saturday.

It was nice to get the players to my hometown and course I grew up playing. The Sparta golf course is a course that is enjoyable to play and has a variety of challenging holes as well as scorable holes. I wanted to get the players there for this tournament also because that is where Regionals are being hosted in a few weeks. It’s always nice to play rounds on a golf course to become familiar with it. We also had a chance to see many of the teams that will also be playing in the Regional.
The weather was not ideal for golf with temperatures staying in the 40s and there was a constant steady wind which made it even more chilly. Golf can be a challenging game in itself but adding in tough conditions can play a factor with the mental part of the game too. You just have to stay focused, not think negatively, and just grind out the round.
I was happy with the turnout of our team scores comparing to the other teams in the tournament. Sparta has a strong team this year and a very solid team score with a 317. Comparing with the other teams in our Regional we were only behind Sparta and Reedsburg by a few strokes. So our guys know that if they play how they know they can play they are able to compete as a team.
Hunter Dersham was hitting the ball well on the course and gave himself chances at making birdies and pars but had some trouble adjusting the the greens that were much slower than the last few courses we have played at Sauk and Reedsburg. Hunter finished with an 82 which isn’t that bad with the cold conditions. He knows that if he keeps hitting the ball that way and keeping himself in position, the putts will start to fall and the scores will lower.
Dane Hinz continues to play well and keeping his scores in the low-mid 40s and finished with an 87. Junior Sawyer Bennett is in the varsity rotation and hit the ball very well today. His first hole he almost made an eagle putt and made birdie and played the rest of the course well. He made a few higher numbers on a couple holes but all-in-all managed an 87.
Camran Newman has also been hitting the ball well and having similar scores right now. He had a lot of par opportunities but the putts weren’t falling resulting in a lot of bogeys. He had the 4th score of a 92.
Jack Rath rounded out the scoring with a 101.
The players have another busy week with a conference dual on Monday and Tuesday and a tournament on Thursday at Northern Bay.
–Coach Landon Brownell

The Baraboo Country Club is excited to announce a Public Golf League for the 2017 Summer Season!

This will be a 2-man team format.

League fee is $330 payable before your 1st round on June 12th.

– 9-holes w/cart

– 1st beer is on us each week

– prize pool with weekly winners, flag events and championship prizes for the entire season.

Payouts will be determined by number of particiapnts.

Take a look at the League format and rules sheet here!

Pay your league fee here.

That’s right, the time has come for the BCC to welcome back our community to the golf course.

All day Saturday, April 29th is Baraboo day at the BCC.

Bring your photo ID showing a Baraboo or West Baraboo address and receive free green fees.

*Standard cart fees still apply.

We have finally matched up some seriously nice weather with a weekend!

Take this opportunity to play over the next few days as the forecast for next week looks sketchy at best.

Book your tee time here.

Good Morning,

The second day was played at Christmas Mountain. This course is a bit different from Trappers Turn with it being tighter holes so the focus was keeping the ball in play. I heard from all the players that the greens were so much different from Trappers so that was a big adjustment for the players to make today. The course just opened last week so the conditions were pretty raw and the greens were rolling very slow. Adjusting to the greens will be a theme for the beginning of the spring golf season.
Hunter Dersham led the way for Baraboo shooting 2 consistent scores of 78 at Trappers and a 77 at Christmas Mountain. This is a good start for Hunter playing solid golf and hitting the ball well. He didn’t have the best finish yesterday and was hoping for a bit lower score at the finish but he is right where he should be at.
Freshman Dane Hinz is also playing consistent golf shooting an 88 at Trappers and lowering to an 85 at Christmas Mountain. Dane has a very consistent swing and keeps the ball in play and eliminates making a big number on holes. I am pleased to see where he is at so early in the season as a freshman.
Camran Newman didn’t play as well as the previous day struggling adjusting to the greens at Christmas Mountain. He was not hitting his mid irons as well which ended up resulting in a score he isn’t happy with and knows what he needs to work on.
This two day tournament was a good starting point for the players and our Baraboo team. We were able to get a lot of players in competition between the varsity and JV tournament. Bryan Ashbeck and I will be able to reflect on how the kids played over the weekend and take that into practice this week before our next varsity event at The Oaks on Thursday.
Landon Brownell, Varsity Golf Coach

The Baraboo Country Club is now offering our popular 10-Play cards through our online store.

With four options to choose from, you will be sure to find one right for you or the golfer in your life.

Check them out here.