45-Hole Golf Recommendations

Arrive in time to golf 9 holes on Friday, then 18 on Saturday, and 18 on Sunday. Here are a couple of suggested 45-hole golf outings.

45 Hole Golf Weekend #1

Nine Holes on Friday
Arrive by 2 PM so you are ready to golf your first 9 holes conveniently at Alpine Golf Course in Egg Harbor. You can gold up to 38 here, but you can also elect to play a quick nine. This is a a great course!

18 Holes on Saturday
Saturday morning, golf 18 at Peninsula State Park! If you golf in the morning, you can enjoy breakfast at Julies in Fish Creek (near the entrance to the park, not the course). If you golf in the afternoon, enjoy lunch outdoors at Wilson’s Restaurant in Ephraim! This is a challenging course with some beautiful vistas! Read our Peninsula State Park review!

18 Holes on Sunday
You’re on a roll! Now head back to Apline Golf Course in Egg Harbor and gold 18 (of the 36 holes available). Then head to either Idlewild in Sturgeon Bay for a challening 18, or The Orchards also in Egg Harbor.

You can also head back to Cherry Hills in Sturgeon Bay to golf the entire 18 hole course this time, and again, now on your way out! It is a true challenge!

45 Hole Golf Weekend #2

Nine Holes on Friday
Arrive in time for an afternoon nine. You can play a quick nine at Alpine(they have 36 holes). You can choose White or Red for nine holes. Nice start to your weekend. Read our Alpine Review

18 Holes on Saturday
OK, now it off to Idlewild Golf Club in Sturgeon Bay, about a 18 mile drive south of Egg Harbor. Idlewild is a nice course, with lots of dog-legs and water. Fun course, and challenging enough for all. Definitely get a cart!

18 Holes on Sunday
Keep going! Now phead back to Peninsula State Park for 18, or to The Orchards in Egg Harbor.

OK, you had a nice 45-hole weekend! Try it again, and Golf Door County!

63-Hole Golf Recommendations

You will need to arrive in time to golf 9 on Friday, then 36 on Saturday, and another 18 on Sunday. This is a real golf weekend!

9-Holes on Friday
Have time to have some fun on Friday? Then golf an easy nine at Deer Run on Washington Island, after a 20-minute Ferry Boat ride over! Very peaceful ride. You can eat at the Old Post Office Restaurant in Ephraim, or at the Shoreline in Gills Rock. The course is mostly fun to get to! If you do not have have time for a Ferry Boat ride, then golf a quick nine at Alpine Golf Course in Egg Harbor. You can golf the White or Red, but not the scenic Blue when only golfing nine. Eat at the Village Café in Egg Harbor!

36-Holes on Saturday!
OK, get ready – long day! Start out at Idlewild Golf Club in Sturgeon Bay for 18. Idlewild is a nice course, with lots of dog-legs and water. Fun course, and challenging enough for all. Definitely get a cart.

Then when you have completed Idlewild Golf Club, head to a very tough 18 at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club. Everything thing about this private club is first class. Call ahead to make sure you can get in and discover how you might be able to play this private course. It is outstanding in every regard. This will be a challenging day!

18 on Sunday
Head out to The Orchards in Egg Harbor, another fine golf course in Egg Harbor. This is supposed to be a superior bent-grass course! A challenging finish to your 63 hole weekend! Have breakfast at The Village Café on Egg Harbor; or if having lunch or a snack afterwards, head to Caseys in town, or Trio for dinner if you have the time. Both in Egg Harbor. Or you might enjoy a nice snack and hand-crafted micro-beer at Shipwrecked, also in town – sit out on their patio!


 

If you are in a hurry, or just want to shoot around a short game or practice round, try:

Stonehedge Golf & Driving Range (9 holes)
East on Hwy. E from Hwy. 42
Egg Harbor
920-868-2566

27 Pines (9 hole executive course)
5611 Silverdale Rd
Sturgeon Bay
920-746-8763

 

 

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