The Panorama West Golf Course and Clubhouse is located north of Highway 44 and east of Redwood Avenue. Play on the course is first-come, first-served, except on weekends and holidays when tee times are recommended.

Each hole is a par-3, with the option to play from par-4 tees on five holes. Total yardage from the par-3 tee boxes is 1,378 yards. Players hitting from the five par-4 tee boxes, plus the par-3 tee boxes on the other four holes, face 1,749 yards.

Annual memberships can be purchased or daily green fees paid. Personal golf carts are allowed on the course, with a daily or seasonal trail fee. Rental golf carts and clubs are available.

The Panorama West pro shop has food, beverages and golf accessories for sale during the season. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the pro shop is open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Hours are adjusted spring and fall.


2017 Golf Membership

The Panorama West Golf Course offers several options for annual memberships, including single, couple, family and youth rates. Annual memberships are available both to members of the Lake Panorama Association, and those who do not own property at Lake Panorama.

Those interested in joining Panorama West can fill out the 2017 Membership Form and return it to the Panorama West pro shop in the spring or mail to the address at the bottom of the form with payment.


2017 Golf Rates

Panorama West fees include tax.


Adult $16
Youth (under 16) $8


Private Cart Trail Fee $5
Rental Cart (9 holes) $9
Rental Cart (Additional 9) $5

Here are three other options for playing Panorama West. Available to both LPA members and non-LPA members is a six-play card, valued at $96, which is sold for $80.

To help promote more family play, parents and grandparents can play nine holes of golf with related youth under 16 for $26.75. This special rate is limited to four players.

The entire course can be rented for $100, plus green fees for anyone who isn't a member of the course. The group must have at least 28 players before the course can be closed to others.


2017 Leagues

League play is a big part of the fun at the Panorama West Golf Course. For the 2017 season, there are two men’s leagues and one women’s league. League members must either purchase an annual Panorama West membership, or pay the $16 daily green fee.

TUESDAY WOMEN’S LEAGUE - Everyone is welcome, from beginners to experienced players. The format is individual play, so no partners are needed. League members tee off any time 7-10:30 a.m., and gather in the clubhouse following their round for snacks and beverages. Prizes are awarded weekly in two flights for special events and low scores. Records kept throughout the season are the basis for annual awards presented at a wrap-up luncheon. A kickoff luncheon will be April 25 with the first day of golf May 2, and the awards luncheon September 5. Dues are $30 for league play. For more information, contact Sharon Wedemeyer at 641-431-0104, or

TUESDAY EVENING MEN’S LEAGUE - An evening men’s league gets together each Tuesday, with a shotgun start at 5:30 p.m. Play begins April 25 and runs through August 29. Dues are $20 to cover weekly prizes, plus individual scores are turned in for prizes at the end of the season. An optional scramble follows the first round each week. For more information, contact Jay Merryman at 641-751-5957 or; or Bill Eby at 515-240-7652 or

THURSDAY MORNING MEN’S LEAGUE - Thursday mornings bring the second men’s league to the course. League members tee off any time 7-8:30 a.m., and share donuts and coffee before and after the round. Annual league dues of $20 covers regular play from April 27 and run for 18 weeks of regular play. Weekly cash prizes and individual awards are handed out at the end of the season. An optional scramble begins at 9:45 a.m. each week for an additional $1. For more information, contact Virgil Hoehne at 641-757-0962 or

FORE FUN FRIDAY COUPLES GOLF - This two couple scramble with fun twists and strategies will be held June 9, June 23, July 7, July 21, August 11 and August 25. Play will begin at 5 p.m. Couples are asked to arrive early to learn about that week’s event, get hole assignments, and pay the $1 per couple entry fee. Entry fees are returned as prize money as players gather on the deck after the round. For more information, contact Bill and Karen Eby at 641-755-2907.