Thousands of acres of green hills roll among sand dunes, lined by trees with the occasional patch of wildflowers adding color to the green and brown landscape.

And those hills continue to roll, expanding Sand Valley’s golf resort across about 12,000 acres that hold flying golf balls, thwacks of clubs, bouncing tennis balls and thousands of footsteps leading across the greens and to restaurants, lakes and trails.

The Keiser family bought 1,700 acres of land in the middle of central Wisconsin in 2013 and opened Sand Valley four years later, offering 18 holes comparable to its sister resort, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon.

The following year – in 2018 – the resort expanded and opened Mammoth Dunes, offering another 18 holes that wind around prehistoric sand dunes. The Sandbox also opened in 2018, offering a 17-hole par-3 course for golfers of all ages and skills.

And the resort is just getting started, with two projects underway to add more courses, restaurants and activities.

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