U.S. Open: Hosted by the United States Golf Association (USGA), the U.S. Open returns comes to Wisconsin for the first time in June at Erin Hills, a 10-year-old course 30 miles NW of Brookfield. Erin Hills is poised to test some of the game’s best players on one of golf’s grandest stages.
WHERE TO STAY
Save the long drives for the golf course. Brookfield is only minutes away from all the action at Erin Hills. Brookfield’s 14 hotels offer more than 2,100 hotel rooms with a variety of amenities to choose from. Enjoy complimentary breakfast options, Wi-Fi, workout facilities, pet friendly properties, extended stay options with complete kitchens and so much more.
WHERE TO EAT
After a sunny day on the course, wouldn’t an icy cold Arnold Palmer hit the spot? Lucky for you, Brookfield offers 150 dining locations with a variety of food and beverage options. From steak and seafood to pizza and burgers, sports bars to fine dining, Brookfield has what you’re hungry for. Deep fried cheese curds in Brookfield or pimento cheese sandwiches in Augusta? We know what we’d choose. But you should click below for a complete list of restaurants before you make a hasty decision.
WHERE TO SHOP
We know golf is life and everything else is details. But everyone needs a new outfit now and then. Brookfield is home to some of the best shopping Wisconsin has to offer. 3 million square feet of it to be exact! National anchor like stores, local shopping plazas and unique boutiques make Brookfield a shopping destination you don’t want to miss. Click here for a complete store listing. (Yes, there are golf and sporting goods stores too.)