Blackwolf Run Golf Club is located in Kohler, Wisconsin, one of two golf destinations associated with The American Club, owned by a subsidiary of the Kohler Company, the other being Whistling Straits in nearby Haven.

Few golf courses in the world have been created on a piece of land as special as the one which forms the basis of Blackwolf Run; a river basin, created by the flows of a glacial run-off, established in 1988 and named Golf Digest's Best New Public Course in the same year.

Blackwolf Run Golf Club is regarded as one of Pete Dye’s crowning achievements, hosting a number of professional events including the U.S. Women’s Open in 1998 and 2012 and the Andersen Consulting World Golf Championships 1995-97.