Royal scot golf course

Delectable Delights Featured This Friday at Royal Scot

May 10, 2018

Royal Scot Golf Course & Supper Club is offering some great specials for Friday, May 10th:

Scallop Meunière
Pan seared U-10 Scallops served over a Cajun-almond risotto & topped with a lemon brown butter. Includes seasonal vegetables or side salad. $28.95

Cauliflower Steak
Curry seasoned cauliflower steak served over quinoa & topped with a spicy tomato sauce. Includes choice of seasonal vegetables or side salad. $10.95 Add Chicken, Tuna or Salmon for $5.00

Key Lime "Pie"Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream Mixed with Malibu Rum and a Touch of Freshly Squeezed Key Limes, Served in a Graham Cracker Rimed Glass Topped with Whipped Cream and a Sugar Glazed Key Lime.

Royal Scot Golf Course is located at 4831 Church Road in Green Bay.  You can also visit them on the web at http://www.royalscotgolfclub.com/ or give them a call at 920.866.2356.

Please let them know that the Green Bay News Network Sent You!

Welcoming Royal Scot Golf Course & Supper Club to the Network

May 3, 2018

We are excited and pleased to welcome Royal Scot Golf Course and Supper Club to the Green Bay News Network!

Royal Scot was a private country club built in 1971 by a group of members that once belonged to Shorewood Golf Course. Shorewood was forced to develop 9 of their 18 holes into parking needs for the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.

Their members, wanting to play an 18 hole golf course, purchased property a few miles away from the campus and built what is now known as Royal Scot. Over the years and some changes in ownership, Royal Scot turned into a public golf course. Larry and Joy Rand acquired Royal Scot in 1988.

Today, Royal Scot is run by Larry and his son Marcus.

Royal Scot features 18 holes of challenging golf over a beautiful landscape. Royal Scot is known as one of the premier golf courses in the Green Bay area and is also voted for having some of the best greens in the area.

Royal Scot has a fully-irrigated practice facility allowing you to sharpen up any area of your game. From our large grass tee off area to their target green and yardage markers ranging all the way out to 250 yards, it gives any golfer plenty of targets to aim for.

If you are looking to set up a private lesson, Royal Scot has 2 professionals with over 60 years of combined golf experience to help you in any area of your game.

The bar and grill in the pro shop is open 7 days a week to the public serving all your favorite beverages, burgers, pizzas, cold sandwiches and other short order items. They also offer free Wireless Internet to all of their customers.

Royal Scot Golf Course is located at 4831 Church Road in Green Bay.  You can also visit them on the web at http://www.royalscotgolfclub.com/ or give them a call at 920.866.2356.

So, Get out to Royal Scot, Play Golf, and be sure to tell them that the Green Bay News Network Sent You!

Royal Scot Golf Course ~ "It's Getting Closer!"

April 26, 2018

Royal Scot Golf Course, a newly minted member of the Green Bay News Network, is happy to announce that the Front 9 is now open with carts:

$12 to walk 9 - $20 to ride 9

Call for tee time 920-866-2356

Royal Scot also features a Bar & Grill as well as a full service Supper Club

The Royal Scot Supper Club, along with their NEW clean eating menu options for 2018 is offering these dinner features This Friday, April 27th:

Caprese Salmon ~ 8 oz wild caught Sockeye Salmon fillet over a bed of tomatoes & fresh mozzarella, topped with basil pesto & a balsamic drizzle. Served with choice of quinoa, potato or seasonal vegetable $18.95

Lightly Smoked Chicken Breast  ~ served over a black bean and corn salsa & topped with a roasted red pepper veloute sauce. Served with choice of quinoa, potato or seasonal vegetable $16.95

To View the Full Menu, Please Click Here. For dinner reservations call 920-866-2356

Royal Scot Golf Course is located at 4831 Church Road in Green Bay.  You can also visit them on the web at http://www.royalscotgolfclub.com/ or give them a call at 920.866.2356.

Golfers have been itching to get out and shake the rust off. With the weather improving, this is the opportunity!

Get out and golf, and tell them you heard that they just joined the Green Bay News Network!