Shorewood Golf Course is one of the Green Bay area’s oldest golf courses established in 1931.
The short yet challenging nine holes of golf is truly fun to play. Most of the course finds its way through a large oak/savannah forest with well-maintained fairways, tees, and greens. Well-placed bunkers and shots that make you think about which club to hit are prevalent throughout the course.
For rent are golf carts, pull carts and clubs including Taylor Made Burner Woods and Irons. A full-swing practice hitting net, chipping ,and putting greens are also available.
The Clubhouse restaurant offers fresh, made-to-order sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken, bratwurst, salads, pizza, soup, and chili. Try our delicious chicken tacos, chicken wraps, and more!
Shorewood is open for group and family outings of any size. Please consider our nine-hole course when planning your next outing.
Hole 1 | Par 4 | 362 Yards | View
This straight way par 4 has two large fairway bunkers. A large hickory tree guards the left side of the fairway, so a drive to the right side of the fairway is a must. Too far right and you may visit Circle Drive or the parking lot of the Weidner Center. Two bunkers flank the left side of this green.
Hole 2 | Par 3 | 146/167 Yards | View
This short par 3 can add to your score quickly. Deep bunkers in front left and right protect this elevated green. A tee shot over the green can be trouble. When the tees are back this is a very challenging hole.
Hole 3 | Par 4 | 283 Yards | View
This shorter par 4 has plenty of trouble. The pond in front of the white tees is but the first problem. This fairway is heavily tree lined on both sides and narrows to approximately 20 yards in the landing area. A large dip in front of the green makes judging the approach shot tricky.
Hole 4 | Par 5 | 492 Yards | View
This dogleg par 5 is the longest hole on the course. Despite it’s length, this hole is a 3 shot par 5. The fairway climbs slowly up a hill so that you must be within 160 to 170 yards to see this small green.
Hole 5 | Par 4 | 330 Yards | View
The fifth hole is a dogleg par 4. With trees lining both sides of the fairway, it is best to hit a long iron from the tee box. There are fairway bunkers on both sides of the fairway about the 225 range. The green is sloped from back to front and is skinny. It has bunkers on the left and right.
Hole 6 | Par 3 | 165 Yards | View
This par 3 has large bunkers front and right to collect stray shots. One of the most sloped greens makes this trick putting. A large tree on the left edge of the fairway catches its share of shots.
Hole 7 | Par 4 | 310 Yards | View
Number 7 is a dogleg left par 4. Your tee shot must be right of center and fairly long, otherwise you will need to negotiate a large group of trees on the left on your approach. Over the green is unplayable.
Hole 8 | Par 4 | 277 Yards | View
This short par 4 is a slight dogleg right. Your drive must be left to avoid the large trees and drainage ditch on the right. The green is two tier, and approach on the wrong level can easily be a three putt, or more. Bunkers right, left and back quard the green.
Hole 9 | Par 4 | 406 Yards | View
This dogleg right par 4 is killer. Up hill all the way. The pond on the right swallows its share of stray shots. Trees line the right side of the fairway. Back and left of the green are heavily sloped. After a demanding drive, the approach shot is tricky. Only the longest hitters can see the green and then maybe only the top of the flag.