Glendale Welcomes all Ryder Cup Visitors
Glendale, Wisconsin, welcomes all the visitors attending the 43rd Ryder Cup (September 22nd-27th) to our family-friendly community…just 50 minutes south from Whistling Straits. Discover award-winning dining (40 restaurants), two breweries, world-class shopping, six hotels, and two golf courses.
Glendale is the “economic engine” of Milwaukee’s seven North Shore cities…and where you’ll find the Brown Deer Park Golf Course (Where Tiger Woods turned Pro!) We offer a richly-diverse culture with a small, home-town feel. If you’re looking for a place to stay, eat, shop, meet, or play…you’ll find it in our North Shore Community just 5.2 miles from Milwaukee’s Downtown. We can help plan your visit, meeting, or celebration. Just give us a call!
You’ll find many venues ideal for intimate settings, outdoor beer gardens, festivals, seminars, parties, business meetings, and family-friendly celebrations. We have venues that will accommodate 10 to 10,000+ people. As an added bonus, you can avoid all the Milwaukee parking headaches and downtown congestion. All parking in Glendale is convenient and FREE! Many of our venues offer shuttle/bus parking…and we’re right off the Interstate.
More importantly, our businesses work together to accommodate events and visitors. Every year, we host major events in Glendale including the Wisconsin Beer Lovers Festival (2000), Oktoberfest (20,000+), VeganFest (4,000), Summer Outdoor Concerts (600), National Night Out (2,000) and Milwaukee’s grandest Fourth of July Celebration (8,000). We can handle large crowds.
What makes Glendale the right choice? Glendale offers two breweries, the top Butter Burger in America, the best “old fashioned” cocktail, an amazing “fish fry”, world-class shopping, two golf courses, Wisconsin’s authentic German Bierhall, and four beer gardens. Don’t forget…we’re the “Root Beer Capital of the Universe”.
We welcome you! To learn more about our Ryder Cup resources, contact Ann at Welcome to Glendale or download our comprehensive GLENDALE RYDER CUP RESOURCE PLANNING GUIDE: