North Shore Golf Course dates back to 1926 when the first 9 was originally designed by Alex Jolley. In 1976, a second 9 was added which completed the 18 holes.
A portion of the golf course was redesigned in 1998 by Gil Miller Associates which brought on some unique changes as well as a practice facility. Although many changes have occurred, the mission of the club remains intact - to provide golfers a beautifully maintained traditional golf course and a friendly place to exercise their interest in the sport and the special aspects that accompany it.
Located on the shoreline, golfers enjoy several views of spectacular Green Bay. North Shore offers two very distinct nines to play. The front 9 resembles more of a link style, where as the back 9 offers more of your traditional hard woods setting.
Although not long, North Shore Golf Club demands precision with iron shots into postage stamp size greens, as well as precision with the tee shot to set up the best angle to some well bunkered greens. The need for precision combined with the strong winds off the bay make the course a shot makers dream. North Shore Golf Club is walker friendly, and walking in permitted at all times. However, properly maintained and conditioned riding carts are readily available.
In addition to the wonderful course, golfers will appreciate the club's dining room and lounge. Both facilities offer a friendly and comfortable environment, with breathtaking views of the golf course and Green Bay.