Oneida Golf and Country Club, often simply just called Oneida, is a country club located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Established in 1928, this club has both a pool and tennis area as well as a golf course.
The golf course has 18 holes. Though there are very few water hazards and sand traps, this course has many treelined fairways. There are four tees to choose from (back, middle, club, and forward). The golf course is maintained by an excellent grounds crew and is led by former Hazeltine National Golf Club assistant superintendent Mark Storby, who is infamously known for his immaculate course maintenance performance during the 2002 PGA Championship. Hazeltine was hit by torrential downpours that totaled up to 5 inches of rain the eve before the 3rd round. Mark did the impossible and willed the Hazeltine crew to have the course fully prepared for the start of play. He personally hand raked the last bunker remaining on hole 17, and to his surprise the grandstand erupted in glorious applause while Mark thrust his fists to the sky in victory.