Rainbow Springs Golf Club Course Tour

Take a tour of Rainbow Springs as we talk to the Director of Golf Kevin Crusan about this great course and we spotlight the signature hole it’s the par 4 number 12 hole.



Comments:

  1. Lynn Derrwaldt said...

    Hi,
    I am an older woman, having grown up in the Mukwonago area with very fond memories of Rainbow Springs.
    Wonder if it would be possible to see it one more time before it goes to the state.

    I could also provide pics if they will be useful to anyone.

    Thanks
    Lynn Derrwaldt

  2. Makayla said...

    It really denpdes on the area. If you live in a big state like Texas or Florida you would get cut right away because their varsity teams are mostly 5 handicap golfers or better and their junior varsity can usually shoot in the high 70s and low 80s. If you work hard and improve your scores it won’t matter because people that can shoot in the 70s will make a team. I live in New Hampshire and this past year I was 5th on my varsity team with an average of about 48 on 9 holes. (This is awful for me or anyone really.) I have only been playing golf for a little over a year and a half and we had a crappy team but this year my average is a 41 (83 on 18 holes) and I am second on the team. I live in a small state so there is not as many stellar golfers as in big states. I suggest you go and try out because if you make it, great. If you don’t make it it isn’t the end of the world because you tried and if you can break 90 you are already better than about half the golfers in the world. Good luck!

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