Bill Lindmark
Position: Head Coach
Alma Mater: UW-Green Bay
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Bill Lindmark rejoined the Green Bay Men's Golf Jan. 17, 2007 for his second stint as head coach. He previously oversaw the program from the 1992-2002 seasons and was an assistant coach the 1990 and 1991 campaigns.

A 1981 graduate of UW-Green Bay, Lindmark has served as the Vice President of Golf Operations and Head Professional at The Woods Golf Club in Green Bay since 2001. Prior to joining The Woods he was the Head Professional and Manager of Shorewood Golf Course on the UW-Green Bay campus for five years.

Lindmark has relinquished his day-to-day duties at The Woods but remains an equal part owner.

Lindmark was named Horizon League Coach of the Year in 2001 after leading Green Bay to a second-place finish at the league meet and within six strokes of the team title. Under his guidance, Shaun Rezachek became the first and only two-time medalist in league history, posting the low score at both the 1998 and 2001 championships. Lindmark also helped Brian Berggren (2000, 2001, 2002) become just one of seven individuals to earn All-Horizon League honors three times in their careers. He had served as an assistant coach for the 1990 and 1991 seasons prior to taking over as head coach.

As a player himself, Lindmark competed three times in the Greater Milwaukee Open (now the U.S. Bank Championship) from 1992-94. He has also qualified for and played in the Nelthorpe Cup on seven occasions, an event that features the top amateurs and professionals in the state of Wisconsin. Lindmark is a two-time winner of Door County's Cherryland Open (1996, 2004) and participated five times in the PGA Club Professional Championship. His round of 29 he shot in 1999 remains the Shorewood Golf Course record.
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