Wilbert, Carl F. / History of the town of Mequon
Mequon country clubs: Ozaukee Country club
Mequon Country Clubs Ozaukee Country Club The Ozaukee Country Club is the oldest country club and golf course. It is on an area of 164 rolling acres and is considered as one of the toughest courses to play. It is an 18 hole course, beautifully landscaped, swimming pool, and F"Ilwaukee River Yrontage. This gives them the ad- vantage of having excellent facilities for sprinkling. The club house is situated on the highest spot on the course, overlooking the entire course. It has a large dining area, nicely decorated and a si-acious bar and lounring room. The course is verdi good. 1iii cub wa6 at one tirme ji te i1940 s i iacial Be. feler and Com.-,ny, holder ol the bond s-U etoc c ge, but enough people iss e, , .:...... t .. . to o ec lose th-e mortgage, were iwterested enough and financially able to reorganize and put it in good workable condition. When the economy was again on the upgrade, and under good management, it Fain t'nrived and became one of the bes',, country clubs. Every 4th of July, the management displays an enormous fireworks. ihis is enjoyed by hundreds of people parked on the streets for miles around. The IMequon police patrol the streets very efficiently.
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