Dells’ Junior Golf Championship presented by American Family Insurance To Return to Wild Rock Golf Club and Trappers Turn


WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. – Wild Rock Golf Club and Trappers Turn announced today that the two courses will again be co-hosting the Dells’ Junior Golf Championship presented by American Family Insurance on June 28-29, 2021.

Open to boys and girls ages 12‐18, The Championship will take place for boys on June 28th, starting at 9 am with stroke play at Trappers Turn. For girls, stroke play will begin at 9 am at Wild Rock. There will be a box lunch served at the turn at both courses.

Then on June 29th, play will continue at 7:30 am with the boys playing at Wild Rock for the day and the girls playing at Trappers Turn. Lunch and an awards program will be hosted at each venue at conclusion of play. The cost of participating in the Dells’ Junior Golf Championship presented by American Family Insurance is $185 for Wisconsin PGA members and $200 for non‐members. Youth can sign up at:

According to Pat Stein, Wild Rock’s Golf Operations Director, “We are thrilled to be bringing back the Dells’ Junior Golf Championship for its third year. The greater Dells region has so many beautiful, award-winning courses to play and it is such a popular family destination. We also appreciate American Family Insurance’s support to bring back this great event and promote Junior Golf in the Dells region.”

Patrick Steffes, general manager of Trappers Turn Golf Club added, “We are honored to again be co-hosting the new Dells’ Junior Golf Championship. Our course, beautifully designed by two-time US Open champion Andy North, is challenging, yet approachable and fun. We’re excited to welcome the golfers in June.”

Wild Rock was designed by Hurdzan and Fry, and is recognized for having three distinct terrains and five sets of tee boxes making it a challenging course for golfers of all abilities. It is part of the Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells, which is home to the Wilderness Hotel, Glacier Canyon Lodge and Conference Center, Wilderness on the Lake and a variety of freestanding condos, villas and cabins. Golfers can bring their families and extend their stay to enjoy the amazing waterpark facilities featuring four indoor and four outdoor waterparks with thrilling rides and slides and fun attractions including mini golf, laser tag, ropes course, zip line, go-karts and so much more.

The Wilderness is also home to the nationally-acclaimed Sundara Spa where a full range of spa services are offered, including a specially-targeted golfer’s massage. A variety of dining options are available at the Wilderness including Sarento’s Italian Restaurant, Field’s Premier Steakhouse, and several more. The resort offers stay and play golf vacation packages as well. For more information on the resort visit or call 1.800.867.WILD (9453).

Trappers Turn is the ultimate golf course, designed to be challenging to the good player yet still approachable and fun for golfers of all skills levels. The course offers an 18-hole course and three nine-hole options, Arbor, Canyon and Lake, along with an extensive Practice Facility featuring a large bent grass teeing ground, six target greens guarded by bunkers, a large practice green for putting and a chipping green, including a practice bunker.

Trappers Turn is a part of the Kalahari Resorts & Conventions experience. Kalahari Resorts is home to America’s Largest Indoor Waterparks and is an authentically-African, all-under-one-roof family vacation destination that provides a beyond expectations experience with fun for every member of the family. For more information or to reserve a tee time, visit


About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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