Shorewood Golf Course open for business

GREEN BAY — Shorewood Golf Course on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus is letting golfers swing into spring.

The course, voted the top nine-hole course in the state by Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin, is officially open for business for the 2009 season.

The grounds are in terrific shape thanks in large part to an early blanket of snow.
Spring rates are in effect through May 3 with adult green fees at just $11, or buy an unlimited day-pass for $15. Junior golfers and UW-Green Bay students can golf for $8.

The Shorewood Restaurant will open in a few weeks.

Managing the course once again is UW-Green Bay men’s golf coach Bill Lindmark. Lindmark, a 1981 UW-Green Bay graduate and Professional Golfers’ Association professional, was manager at Shorewood from 1996 to 2001. He resumed the course manager role again this winter.

Lindmark rejoined the men’s golf program as coach in 2007. He previously oversaw the program from 1992-2002 and was an assistant coach in the 1990 and 1991 campaigns. He was named Horizon League Coach of the Year in 2001 after leading the Phoenix to a second-place finish at the league championship meet.

Lindmark also holds the course nine-hole record—a 29 shot in 1999.

For more information visit Shorewood’s website at