Royal Scot Golf Club
Royal Scot Golf Club sits just 10 minutes outside of Green Bay and boasts some of the best greens in the area. Originally established as a private course in 1971, the course is now open to the public. The 18-hole course has a traditional links design that sprawls across a softly rolling landscape dotted with mature trees. The layout measures to just over 6,800 yards, providing some holes that will be sure to please long hitters. Water hazards come into play on a few holes and bunkers and trees also present hazards on several holes. Royal Scot Golf Club offers enough challenges for the low handicapper to enjoy a casual round while being gentle enough for beginners as well. The golf course finishes with a tricky par 4, a dogleg right that plays entirely uphill.
|Red (W)||72||5391 yards||70.8||113|
|Black M: 72.2/126||401||207||546||401||429||179||373||359||561||3456||395||401||190||513||395||178||523||350||401||3346||6802|
|Blue M: 70.9/124||385||193||517||386||401||166||363||348||543||3302||380||375||175||496||357||168||510||343||382||3186||6488|
|White M: 69.2/120 W: 74.7/125||372||155||492||373||378||155||354||335||528||3142||361||364||163||481||336||142||498||336||369||3050||6192|
|White/Gold M: 66.6/111 W: 71.4/117||304||155||492||332||302||155||320||335||435||2830||361||315||163||413||281||140||498||297||301||2769||5599|
|Gold M: 65.8/106 W: 70.2/115||304||141||438||332||302||132||320||323||435||2727||349||315||151||413||281||140||453||297||301||2700||5427|
|Red W: 69.3/113||304||141||438||292||262||132||320||323||435||2647||349||276||151||413||281||108||403||297||301||2579||5226|
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Royal Scot is not a terrible course by any means, but it also doesn't feel special in any significant way. Many of the holes are very simple even if they have a dogleg. I don't remember having to think much around the course and instead simply needed to plod around. The course has a lot of low spots so I would imagine it wouldn't drain well although the fairways were in decent shape when I played. The greens had few undulations on them and were slow and soft which again failed to spark any imagination. Despite me playing very well on the back nine, I have no strong desire to go back anytime soon.
If you at all concerned about Corona don’t go here
Nor concern about corona. Just pull out the flag, nothing in the holes. For $20 this could have been done. Expensive for the poor fairways. Greens and tee boxes are fine. Why would a place not care about making people at least appear safe. Last time. So looked forward to playing this course again.
Cheap Course in poor condition
Played this course with my wife and was really disappointed. Pricing was comparable to the rest in the area but course was in very poor condition. Greens had a lot of winter kill and bare spots and fairways also had numerous dead areas. It looked like they let out carts when the course was too wet and they rutted up the course. I would not recommend this course since there are much better options in the area for same price.
Beautiful weather, nice course, good condition getting a little brown in spots with the lack of rain
Great greens, rolled very well, not too fast and held well
Greg the pro is great, just a nice place to play
Course was in pretty average condition: bunkers very hard and dry but overall course conditions did not affect play, probably more aesthetic negatives than anything. Course sits out in the country and was very relaxing. Was playing in a group of 3 behind 2 walkers and a group of 4 ahead of them, however never was slowed or hindered in pace from other golfers. We arrived early and were encouraged to hit the course as soon as we wanted. Carts were nice and ran smoothly, received 3 visits from the mobile beverage cart during our 18 holes. Felt price may have been a little on the highside but overall had a really good time.
Very well kept course, its neat how its surrounded by houses. The houses are not to close where you have to worry about windows or anything. But this place also has very friendly staff that makes you feel very welcome. I will definitely go back and play again. Even that it's an hour drive from home.
Great value in Titletown
Excellent value course. Course was in good condition with very nice large greens. Layout is uninspiring but you do need to keep it in the fairway.
The weather was perfect and the fairways lush. We had a great time. The course was just difficult enough for my wife and I, who are not used to such excellent conditions.
This was a really fun course to play! The front is in better condition then the back I think they are fixing it up tho. Hope you have fun like I did! Enjoy!
Royal Scot GC
Any skill level player would enjoy this course- a couple challenging holes, but over all just a nice course. Some ground under repair, so unable to get a true reading, but I would go back to play again. Staff & food great!
Greens are as good as advertised
I decided to try this course which is a bit of a drive for me but sounded intriguing based on other reviews.
- competent, friendly service
- pace of play was perfect
- greens were in great shape
- wide fairways to accommodate everyone
- Provisional tee boxes on about 3 or 4 holes. I don't know what happened but they reseeded the original tee boxes and they appear to be a year away from being usable.
Overall I liked this course and the people that run it. We played the whites which, combined with shorter provisional tee boxes made for short distances but many holes are doglegged which prevented an aggressive approach. They have a very nice clubhouse with a large bar/restaurant and a nice area outside to enjoy a fine cigar after your round.
Greens were excellent. Area had lots off rain before round so rough was thick. Wide fairways and medium large greens made play easier for visiting players.
Nice course. Greens in great condition, but a number of tee boxes were not, a few were completely closed off, with an area off to the side mowed low as a temporary tee area. Some fairways, especially on the back nine were very wet and soft, we had a number of balls that plugged in the soft turf. Can't believe they were letting carts out in these conditions. These fairways will be very lumpy when things dry out, unless they are tended to. Otherwise the course is nice to play, somewhat open, with large greens.
Great course, friendly people
I went on a weekday at noon by myself and was able to complete 18 holes in 2 hours. Groups let me play through and had nice conversations with me while I did. The back 9 was a little wet, but that's expected with it being a wet spring and just rained the day before. The staff was great and let me start on the back 9 so I didn't have to wait.
Being early in the season, I can understand why the course was still soft. Course very bumpy to ride in a cart. The bunkers were not raked at all.
The Greens are awesome!!!!!!
This is a great course to play. The fairways and greens are some of the best you'll play. It is not a very long course but however, it is challenging. The back nine is a bit bumpy but still nice. I would definitely play again.
Good value in Green Bay
Royal Scot Golf Course sits only minutes northeast of Green Bay. Ownership has invested in new sand for the traps, and the greens are always in good condition. Few forced carries make this a good course for weekend players, yet with enough length and challenge to be fun for better players. Multiple tee sets offer length appropriate for every level.