Plan Your Visit

Early fall in Wisconsin, with its changing leaves and sunny, crisp days will provide the perfect backdrop for the 43rd Ryder Cup.


There are a variety of hotel options with different price points and amenities available throughout the region. As for any major event, hotel accommodations should be booked early as rooms sell out quickly especially at more desirable hotels. If you haven’t done so, we highly encourage you to book your accommodations.

The Ryder Cup has secured both a hotel room service provide and a private home rental service provider to help guests attending the Ryder Cup secure their lodging needs. Once your attendance has been confirmed you will be provided with links for these opportunities.


Air Travel

Sheboygan County Memorial Airport can accommodate private planes and is approximately 10 miles from Whistling Straits. Bringing guests via helicopter can also be accommodated at this airport. Both Milwaukee (MKE) and Green Bay (GRB) have easily accessible international airports 1 hour away. Chicago's O'Hare International Airport (ORD) is just over 2 hours from Whistling Straits. Motorcoaches, executive vans and/or chauffeur driven vehicles can be arranged for companies purchasing hospitality packages.

More on-site transportation info will be posted as the event gets closer.

Explore Kohler

So much to see and do in Kohler and Sheboygan, known for their brewing traditions, cheeses, great golf courses and Midwestern hospitality. Kohler and Sheboygan are conveniently located halfway between Green Bay and Milwaukee on the Lake Michigan shoreline. Both cities will provide a multitude of activities, unique attractions, cultural festivals, dining experiences and nightlife for you and your guests to enjoy.

Explore Kohler

Whistling Straits

Open, rugged and windswept terrain defines the links-style Straits course sculpted along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. A masterpiece in the world of golf created by Pete Dye, who sculpted the Straits course to reflect those in Ireland in Scotland. Open, rugged and windswept terrain defines the Straits Course. With meandering streams, stone bridges, rolling greens, and grass topped dunes, Pete Dye explains this course as a “once in a lifetime” achievement in golf course design. Whistling Straits has previously hosted the 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships.

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