Odana Hills Golf Course
This popular west side 18-hole regulation golf course is a test to golfers of all abilities and levels. The par-72 course is one of the most popular in the state and hosts several city tournaments each year. The scenic landscape and convenient location off of the Beltline Highway challenges golfers from throughout the Midwest. The expansive clubhouse offers a lounge, locker rooms, pro shop and great food service. A large putting green and driving range compliment the facility.
|All Day, Every Day||Daily Fee||Loyalty|
|9 Holes Walking||$15.00||$12.50|
|18 Holes Walking||$25.00||$20.00|
|Riding Cart per 9 Holes||$10.00/rider|
|Push Cart per 9 Holes||$3.25|
|Season Pass Holder||$5.00|
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 The Glen Golf Park. 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.
Matt Huenink Assistant Golf Professional, Odana Hills Golf Course
Matt Huenink grew up in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and spent much of his time playing various sports. He lived just a few blocks from the local golf course and began working there at age 14. He continued working there for six years and golf became one of his favorite sports. Matt has been working for City of Madison Parks at Odana Hills Golf Course since 2013, starting as a clubhouse attendant and was eventually promoted to Assistant Golf Professional in 2016. He is looking forward to teaching and growing the game of golf in Madison. When Matt is not at the course, he enjoys fishing and reading.
Bill Remm Lead Assistant Golf Professional, Odana Hills 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 son in baseball and golf.