The Wamego Country Club golf course was originally designed by famed architect Chick Trout and opened as a nine-hole course in 1920. The new nine-holes added to the course were designed by local architect Eric Langvardt. The par 70, 18-hole golf course nestled among the rolling hills of Wamego, Kansas was first opened in 1920 as a nine-hole course.
The course has a traditional layout similar to those you would find throughout the Midwestern United States. Among its features are classic tree-lined fairways, slightly elevated greens are and large greenside grass bunkers. The golf course consists of approximately 160 acres, which include 5 ponds and a winding creek. Water comes into play twice on the on the front nine on holes #3 and #5 and occasionally on hole #6.
On the back nine the water comes into play on holes #10, #11, #12 and #13. In May 2002, club membership approved the construction of 9 additional holes, to begin on August 1, 2002 to create a state of the art 18-hole professional course. In June 2004, the additional 9-holes were officially opened for play. Our clubhouse facility is available to our members for private functions.
The space is perfect for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, anniversary parties, retirement parties, special luncheons, corporate meetings, holiday parties and banquets. Relive your round on our patio deck with your favorite beverage as you look out onto the golf course and enjoy the view.