Lawsonia has two 18 hole courses, on Green Lake, just west of Oshkosh. The initial course here was the Links course is 6,466 yards and 128 slope from the middle tees, was designed by William Langford and Theodore Moreau. It was built in 1930 on the former Victor Lawson estate, one of the Chicago Daily News founders. It's a links style course which mimics the British links courses with wide open and hard mounded and contoured fairways and greens, and virtually without trees. The purists who love links golf will really appreciate this course, and it's worth coming out of the way to play. The routing has a number of fairway and greenside bunkers-90 in total, but the greens are open in front to allow the bump and run shot. It's routed over slightly hilly terrain, greens which are elevated, mounded collars, and multi-tiered, and fast. You'll notice here that there's a stretch of holes 9th-14th which are pars 5-3-5-3-5-3, were created by laying the course out with the land as it was instead of trying to balance out the scorecard. In contrast, the Woodlands course is 6,186 yards, 125 slope pure parkland style course with tight tree lined fairways and 80 bunkers around the landing areas or greenside. It was designed by Joe Lee and Rocky Roquemore and is a very scenic track with water coming into play on four holes. Both courses are very well maintained, and reasonably priced greens fees.