By Jennifer Eisenbart

Editor

After 20 years of ownership by a group of four partners, Evergreen Country Club has been sold.

The information was first reported on Wisconsin.Golf and also confirmed by BizTimes.com.

Wisconsin.Golf reported the buyer as Nehang Anand, a Chicago-area businessman. Anand has a partial ownership in other golf clubs and resorts around the state of Wisconsin.

A price for the sale could not be confirmed.

Evergreen General Manager Bill Rogers did not have time to comment before the paper went to press. He agreed to an interview later in the day and that information will be available in next week’s Elkhorn Independent.

Evergreen boasts 27 holes of golf, in addition to a large banquet and catering business. While in season, The Pub is open for live music and food and the country club’s restaurant also normally boasts a Fish FRYday all-you-can-eat fish fry.

The fish fry did not open for the Lenten season this year, the reason for which is unknown.

According the country club’s web page, Evergreen has a “long and rich” tradition in Wisconsin golf and is known as one of the state’s premier courses.

The 27 holes are divided into the north, east and south courses, with water coming into play on more than half the holes. 

The course is ranked four stars by Golf Digest and remains popular for its easy accessibility and relative affordability.

The wedding venue, meanwhile, has earned a “Couples’ Choice” award from WeddingWire in 2017, 2108 and 2020, and the venue has earned a 4.8 rating out of a possible 5. There is also an onsite wedding coordinator and custom food and beverage menus.

Evergreen Country Club is about 10 minutes from Lake Geneva, Delavan, East Troy and Whitewater, making it centrally located for southeast Wisconsin.

 

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