Tee it up in Minnesota.
Find Exceptional Golf in Minnesota
Explore Minnesota with your clubs soon and check out any of these 11 golf courses. The Land of 10,000 Lakes features an eclectic and challenging blend of golf experiences – whether you're heading for the Twin Cities or any of the northern areas. Keep your drives straight and mind those bunkers when you golf in Minnesota.
1. Gunflint Hills Golf Course
Head to Grand Marais in northern Minnesota and play the Gunflint Hill Golf Course. Nine holes and par 34, Gunflint Hills Golf Course is one of the premier executive courses in the state. Many choose executive style golf as it allows for a quick, nine-hole game, but does allow for a full 18 holes when you play through twice.
2. Lester Park Golf Course
Opened in 1934, the Lester Park Golf Course is unique in design – it features 27 total holes, built across a standard 18-hole course with an additional (and very challenging) nine-hole course. Visit Duluth on your next visit to MN and play nine, 18, or a full 27 holes at Lester Park Golf Course.
3. Pebble Lake Golf Course
When your visit to Minnesota has you exploring Fergus Falls, enjoy an afternoon on the links at Pebble Lakes Golf Course. A par 72 across 18 holes playing to max of 6,742 yards, Pebble Lake Golf Course was opened in 1941, and is a short drive from nearby Detroit Lakes.
4. Bemidji Town & Country Club
Aim for the fairway in Minnesota.
Head for Bemidji with your clubs, and play 18 pristine holes at the Bemidji Town & Country Club. Because the course is open to the public, don't worry about membership at the Bemidji Town & Country Club. It's a par 72, and it opened in 1920.
5. Alexandria Golf Club
6. Territory Golf Club
7. Eagle Creek Golf Club
As one of west central Minnesota's most exceptional courses, the Eagle Creek Golf Club was established in 1931, and is 18 thrilling holes. You'll enjoy the lush fairways and firm greens at Eagle Creek Golf Club – it's an ideal way to spend an afternoon in Willmar.
8. Highland National Golf Course
With a maximum course length of 6,638 yards, the Highland National Golf Course proves to be a fun challenge for all levels of golfer. Play 18 lush and well-maintained holes when you visit St. Paul near the Twin Cities. The Highland National Golf Course was opened in 2005, is a premier choice in the area, and is a short drive from Oakdale, White Bear Lake, and Eagan.
9. Hiawatha Golf Course
One of the most fabulous public courses in Minneapolis is the Hiawatha Golf Course. Drive in from nearby Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, or Plymouth and enjoy 18 ideal holes. Featuring water hazards on 15 of the 18 holes, Hiawatha Golf Course is a challenging par 73.
10. Stonebrooke Golf Club
Continue your adventure through the Twin Cities and head for Shakopee. This charming city is home to the Stonebrook Golf Club, an ideal gold destination in the area. Visit from nearby Eden Prairie and play 18 holes across 6,475 yards from the longest tees.