Play disc golf at UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay has a nine-hole disc golf course surrounding the campus's Main Entrance Drive. Slight elevation and light foliage add challenge to the course. This course is free for alumni and community members to enjoy.

Course Information

Target type: DISCatcher
Tee type: Natural
Course length: 2,736 feet
Cost: free

Course History

In 2004 a nine-hole disc golf course was set up on the hills bordering UW-Green Bay's Main Entrance Boulevard. The driving force behind the course was then student Mike Klemens, along with a new student organization—the Disc Golf Club. The setup was funded with student activity fees. Approval came from Chancellor Shepard and the baskets were installed after consultation with facilities personnel and Student Life program coordinator John Landrum. Klemens credits fellow student Jon Brunner with the idea for a campus course. Brunner also designed the color maps found at each hole.