Wisconsin has long been known for its great cheese, cranberries, beer and sausage, but it has become a destination for something else: Great golf.
When the biennial Ryder Cup begins this week in Wisconsin, UW-Stout and its golf management program will be well represented.
If Indiana “Indy” Thompson was like most new college graduates, he’d be dipping his toes into the “real world” a little at a time.
A 34-year-old UW-Stout alumni and former Blue Devil golfer realized a lifelong dream recently.
An alliance between UW-Stout’s hospitality programs and a nonprofit organization could open the door to a college education for historically underserved youth.
Two professors from UW-Stout’s School of Hospitality Leadership will present golf research nationally Nov. 17 and Nov. 19.
For most students, the spring semester pivoted quickly March 23 when face-to-face instruction was replaced with alternative learning methods.
The golf enterprise management program at University of Wisconsin-Stout was recognized twice at the recent fall meeting of the Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin.
The second annual Tees Fore Tuition offers golf and camaraderie, but the focus is on students.
Starting with his days as a caddy growing up in Burnsville, Minn., Adam Chandler was always excited to get to the golf course.