Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI is hosting the 43rd Ryder Cup Matches to determine who’s the best of the best in 2020. Are you looking for a shuttle service to Ryder Cup 2020?
Milwaukee Food Tours will be offering a shuttle service for those visiting Milwaukee during the 2020 Ryder Cup.
We will pick up passengers from their individual hotels located in downtown Milwaukee or near the airport. If you are not staying in one of these neighborhoods, you can instead meet us at Milwaukee’s famous Sobelman’s Pub & Grill located at 1900 W. St. Paul Avenue in downtown Milwaukee. If you haven’t made your housing arrangements yet, you do not have to disclose your hotel location when reserving your seat on this shuttle service. We will verify the exact pick up location and time with all ticket buyers in early September 2020.
Why take a shuttle to the Ryder Cup?
Shuttle service to Ryder Cup 2020 riders will receive:
– one Bloody Mary and one breakfast sandwich from Milwaukee’s famous Sobelman’s to enjoy en route to Kohler, WI (approx. one hour drive)
– complimentary snacks, soda and water
– round trip coach transportation with WiFi access to/from Kohler WI
– storage to transport coolers and clothing to the event
– choice of evening return time to be selected at time of purchase
Please note: Shuttle package does NOT include entry ticket to the Ryder Cup.
Seats are limited and reservations are required for the shuttle service to Whistling Straights. Reserve your seat for the shuttle service to the Ryder Cup in 2020 at: https://www.milwaukeefoodtours.com/ryder-cup/
Your Milwaukee Hole-in-One Bucket List:
World class dining and entertainment are par for the course in Milwaukee. Plan your trip to the shores of Lake Michigan by finding the perfect Milwaukee attractions and restaurants. While in town, be sure to check out:
6. Nibble on Pizza at the Caradaro Club
Check out the original thin crust recipe at Wisconsin’s first pizzeria, or hop on our always popular and delicious Pizza Bus to explore Milwaukee’s rich, deep, and always cheesy pizza history. On our tour we visit not 1, not 2, but 3 world class pizzerias and top it off with a divine scoop of gelato at the end. Just remember this little golf pro tip, when you’re hungry after a long day on the course, there’s no shame in a slice!
5. See the Sights
Simply looking to explore Milwaukee’s wide range of food and shopping destinations without having to worry about parking or transportation? Jump aboard the Hop On Hop Off Sightseeing Bus. This convenient option offers 11 stops that make visiting Milwaukee’s major attractions and neighborhoods a breeze. Purchase tickets in advance or buy day-of as you enter the bus on any of the 11 locations.
4. (Or shall we say… FORE!) Keeping Spirits High
Brewing was a huge part of our history in Milwaukee and it remains important today with more than 25 craft and regional breweries available to visit. Map out your brewery visit on your own, or allow us to plan your beer focused itinerary for you on our Craft Breweries & Cocktails Tour. Enjoy this narrated, entertaining, and educational opportunity to meet the makers of craft beers and distilled spirits in Milwaukee before they become famous. Let us keep your spirits high during your visit to the Ryder Cup and join us on a public or private food tour.
3. Discover Stupefacente Deals in Milwaukee’s Little Italy!
Begin your journey with a stop at the historic Peter Sciortino’s Bakery on Milwaukee’s eclectic and sometimes eccentric Brady Street for a scrumptious cannoli or spumoni cookie. Next, head on down to the iconic Glorioso Brothers’ Deli for handmade pasta, a wide selection of imported and domestic cheeses and meats. Looking for a guided walking tour? Get your fill of all the amazing sights and smells that Brady Street has to offer on our original Brady Street Lunch Tour.
2. Go Bavarian at the Most Famous German Restaurant in North America
There isn’t a more authentic Milwaukee experience than a stop to the world-renown Mader’s German restaurant. Toss back a Spaten Lager or a Bitburg Pilsner and dine among a stunning $3 million dollar art collection ranging from suits of medieval armor to antiques dating back to the 14th century. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget! Join us on our Old World 3rd Street tour to visit this fine German restaurant, among 5 other locations.
1. Eat Like a Local with an Authentic Milwaukee Fish Fry
While soaking in all the culture and culinary delights that Milwaukee has to offer, be sure to experience a traditional fish fry at the award-winning Lakefront Brewery. While you are there be sure to kick up your heels and ‘roll out the barrels’ with a traditional polka band, brewery tour, and pints of some of Milwaukee’s finest brewed beer!
Private Tours of Milwaukee Are Available
In addition to cheering for your favorite golf pro while you are in Milwaukee, you can reserve your ticket for one of our Milwaukee Food Tours or a sightseeing tour at Milwaukee City Tours. We offer guided bus, streetcar, and walking food tours to the general public on a near daily basis.
Private tours can be arranged on any of our tour options and can be customized just for your group. You pick the tour route, date and time that works best for your group, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-853-5239 with your interest. From there, we’ll handle the rest complete with generous food/drink, tour guide and transportation included in the per person price. Literally, it is that easy!
Be sure to book your Ryder Cup transportation service today!