Whistling Straits is one of two 18 hole golf courses - both links-style - near Sheboygan, Wisconsin owned by a subsidiary of the Kohler Company.
The Straits Course was home to the PGA championships (2004, 2010 and 2015) and the 43rd Ryder Cup (2021). It is defined by the open, rugged and windswept terrain, sculpted along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.
A par 72, it measures 7,790 yards (7,123 m) and was designed by Pete and Alice Dye.
The Straits Course replicates the classic seaside links courses of the United Kingdom and Ireland.