Sand Valley, image via media.jrn.com
David McLay Kidd and Mike Keiser are at it again. The team behind the Bandon Dunes resort in Oregon is developing the second course at Wisconsin Rapids this time around. “This is important to me,” said Kidd, “I’ve wanted to work on the eastern side of the U.S. and have never had the opportunity.” The course, situated on a 1,500-acre sand barren in central Wisconsin, is expected to be ready-for-play by 2018. According to the developer, his goal is to make it playable for the average golfer, while at the same time highlighting the course’s beautiful site; set on a “huge, v-shaped ridge,” it should be quite an experience.