Glenway Golf Course
Glenway Golf Course, located on Madison's near west side, features a par-32 course that was first opened for play in 1927. This scenic course has the character and challenge people love. It features small greens and mature tree-lined fairways.
|All Day, Every Day||$14.00||$11.50|
|College Students w/valid ID; Per 9 holes|
|All Day, Every Day||$10.00|
All rates subject to tax.
|Open-3:00pm 9 Holes||$15.50||$13.00|
|3:00pm-Close 9 Holes||$17.50||$15.00|
|Twilight Rates (Friday-Sunday Only) Unlimited Play||$12.50||$10.00|
|Sunday Family Fun Day (18 and Younger)||1st Junior||2nd Junior+|
|with paid adult greens fee after 3:00pm||FREE!||$5.00|
|Juniors (18 and Younger)|
|Mon-Thurs All Day/Fri-Sat-Sun-Hol after 11:00am||$9.50||$7.50|
|College Students w/valid ID; Per 9 holes (applies to students only)|
|All Day, Every Day||$12.00|
|Riding Cart per 9 Holes||$8.00/rider|
All prices are subject to tax.
Meet the Pros
Ryan Brinza, PGA Madison Parks Head Golf Professional (West)
Ryan Brinza is the PGA Head Golf Professional for the City of Madison West Golf Courses: Odana Hills and Glenway. Ryan began playing golf at the age of 5 with his father at Vitense Golfland, just down the road from Odana Hills. At the age of 14, he started working at Door Creek to pay for a new set of golf clubs and worked in a variety of areas ultimately landing as a pro shop attendant. After college, Ryan entered the PGA Professional Golf Management Program and took a job as the Assistant Golf Professional at Odana Hills Golf Course. After five years, he became the First Assistant Golf Professional at Odana Hills and finished his PGA education in December of 2013. Ryan became a PGA Certified Professional in the field of Golf Operations and started as a Head Golf Professional at the beginning of the 2014 season. Ryan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 266-4710.
Bill Remm Assistant Golf Professional, Glenway Golf Course
Bill grew up in Waukesha, Wisconsin and was mentored by PGA Professional Lee Kaczmarek. He has 17 years of management experience in the food and beverage industry in the Madison area and started working at Glenway in the spring of 2013. When not at the course, Bill enjoys spending time with his family and coaching his 7 year old son in baseball and golf.
Golf Courses Closed, Dogs are Not Allowed
posted March 31, 2020 1:42 PM
In compliance with the Emergency SAFER AT HOME Order by Governor Tony Evers, through guidance from Public Health Madison & Dane County, the City of Madison Parks Division has the following update: All City of Madison Golf Courses are closed through 8:00 am, Friday, April 24, 2020, or until a superseding order is issued. As a reminder:
- Walking is allowed. Please maintain social distancing from those not in your household, this includes parks staff.
- Dogs are not allowed (on or off-leash).
- Playing golf is not permitted
- Please allow staff to continue maintaining the courses