Brown County Golf Course is a public golf course owned by the County of Brown and located in Northeastern Wisconsin in the Village of Hobart, just west of Green Bay. Regular golf play began in 1958 with 18 holes developed by Lawrence Packard. With gently rolling terrain, outstanding course conditions and a good number of classic doglegs, Brown County GC has been consistently rated very highly on a national scale since the early 1980’s. A Golf Digest Top 50 Public Golf Course rating in 1990 and a rating as the 9th best Municipal golf course nationally in the early 2000’s bear this out. Locally, we have received the “Best of the Bay” award for the finest golf course in the area for four of the past 5 years beginning in 2009. A number of tournaments have also been hosted by Brown County throughout it’s history. They include: The 2005 Wisconsin State Amateur, The Wisconsin State Open and State Match Plays, WSGA Best Ball events, numerous WPGA Junior Events, The Brown County Men’s and Women’s Amateur and many other local events.