I know you guys are dying to hear about my trip to Kohler. As I said we didn't stay at the American Club, too $$$$. That meant we couldn't play Whistling Straits, whew! I'd seen that course a bunch and I remember Dustin Johnson getting penalized for grounding his club in a trap and he didn't even know he was in a trap. So I wasn't really eager to play it anyway. But lo and behold the Irish is it's sister course, there were traps everywhere. Yikes. It was beautiful and in great condition but very intimidating to look out from the tee and see all that, and those traps were not country club sand, there were small rocks and pebbles and dirt. I just had to take my medicine and enjoy the view! Links golf is not for me. The other course we played was in the Blackwolf Run group, it was Meadow Valley's and it was more of a traditional course, very beautiful and while not dotted with traps everywhere it was pretty darn difficult. I think I mentioned I'm used to playing from "senior' tee's, well they don't have no stinkin' senior tee's in Destination Kohler courses. Put on your big boy driver and hit from the whites. So a few longer shots into the greens didn't help my scores much. Didn't break 90 here either. We did drive up to a place north of Green Bay called Sister Bay it was also on Green Bay and was a cute little tourist town, had a meal and took the "3 hour" tour, didn't see Ginger or Mary Ann though on my boat. Saw brave people swimming though on the beaches. What was most impressive was the drive up from Sheboygan, through farm country. Fields of something as far as you could see and silo's everywhere. I figured this is what AJ must see on his drive to work. We did have some cheese curds and I don't know what I expected but not little fried balls of cheddar. They were tasty though. The one thing I didn't see was a single dairy cow, isn't Wisconsin the Dairy State? The village of Kohler was very cute, lots of very nicely maintained but small 2 story brick homes. Outside of Kohler was a lot of the same but not so much brick mostly siding. I got the feeling that most of these homes were pre-WWII. Didn't see any "modern' subdivisions like I'm used to seeing in Houston. I'd go back for sure, I could imagine having a summer cabin/home up here to escape the heat of the South, but head back for the winter.