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​The Club

The Greenfield Park Golf Club is an organization of golfers in the Milwaukee metropolitan area who enjoy the game, camaraderie, and friendly competition. 


The club was established in 1934 and is located at the Greenfield Park Golf Course, which was established a few years earlier in 1923. The club holds annual events for about forty members at Greenfield Park Golf Course and other area courses. 


The club is a member of the Milwaukee County Public Links Association (MCPLA), founded in 1934 to promote golf in Milwaukee County through inter-club competition. The Brown Deer, Currie, Grant, and Greenfield Golf Clubs formed the nucleus of the organization. The Whitnall, Dretzka, and Oakwood Golf Clubs joined between 1953 and 1972.

Today, these seven clubs include almost one thousand golfers and provide their members with a varied calendar of competitions. Each club member is also a member of the Wisconsin Public Links Association and the Wisconsin State Golf Association.

The MCPLA acts as a liaison with the Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture on golf matters and coordinates the scheduling of each Club's events with the Office of Milwaukee County Parks. The MCPLA also provides free "Rules of Golf" seminars to both member and non-member groups and the Association has been the host for the United States Golf Association's Amateur Public Links Championships in 1951, 1967 and 1977 at Brown Deer Park.

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