Red White Course at Mequon Country Club Ratings & Reviews
3 months ago
Hands down, THE BEST place to learn, play, and spend time with fellow lovers of golf -- in the Midwest. My son started playing at age 4 (and he's 11 now) and he does it all at Missing Links: leagues, Junior PGA, professional lessons, and of course - rounds with friends on their award-winning Par 3 course. Peter's staff is top notch, and I'm VERY sorry to see another customer's review, because I can assure you that in my 7+ years of coming to Missing Links, I have never has a bad experience with anyone, at the service desk, in the pro-shop, for lessons...at any time. The friends we've made at Missing Links are like an extended family and we treasure having them in our neighborhood. Our son will "grow up" here and I could not be happier with the coaches that will be friends and mentors for all his life. Thank you Peter and team, for all you do.
3 months ago
Went here earlier in the year to work on my irons. I called ahead to talk with staff and reserve a tee time. But when I went to check-in, it was as if no one knew what was going on. I told them my name, said I’d like to play 9 holes and that I called ahead. It was as if they didn’t know there was a course.
It took about five minutes before the flustered and annoyed lady behind the counter finally understood what I was saying and asked me to swipe my card. When I did, the card machine for some reason stopped working. They asked if I had cash, and I did not. At that point they had no idea what to do. The initial
woman helping me called over a younger lady, who also didn’t know what to do. They had me wait ten minutes as they called a supervisor for advice and finally put my card info in manually.
For some reason the employees were incredibly rude and didn’t once apologize. I honestly enjoyed the course and the price, but because of how the employees treat customers I just won’t be coming here again.
4 months ago
Awesome place. Whoever is in charge of the maintenance is doing an outstanding job. Some tee boxes are a bit beat up (5th and 6th especially) but that does not bring down the overall value.