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Explore Minnesota with your clubs soon and check out any of these 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.
Designed by Don G. Brauer and Gerry Pirkl, the Alexandria Golf Club is one of the premier golfing destinations in all of Minnesota. Conveniently located in Alexandria, the course offers dazzling scenery, rolling greens, and challenging golf – all neighboring Lake Darling.
The course also houses a Pro Shop, schedules lessons with an LPGA Teaching Professional, and hosts the annual Alexandria Club Championship. Moreover, golfers can enjoy a delicious meal and a cold beverage at the Clubhouse Bistro before or after a round.
As you plan your next excursion through the Land of 10,000 Lakes, enjoy a round of 18 holes at the Bemidji Town & Country Club in the city of Bemidji. The course features some of the region's most dazzling scenery, including viewsof Lake Bemidji while neighboring Lake Bemidji Lake State Park.
The course hosts two annual tournaments – the Vandersluis and the Birchmont tournaments – as well as other special events, like Bemidji State University and Bemidji High School events. The course is known as one of the premiere golf destinations in Minnesota.
One of the many great golf courses in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Eagle Creek Golf Club can be found in Willmar in central Minnesota. The course is set between Swan Lake and Willmar Lake, and conveniently just off of US Highway 71.
Eagle Creek features an 18-hole course, a practice range, pro shop, and the Oaks at Eagle Creek restaurant. The course also houses banquet facilities holding up to 300 people – with featured annual events including the Willmar Chamber of Commerce Classic, the Dan Baker Memorial Tournament, and more.
Located among the dazzling scenery of northern Minnesota, Gunflint Hills Golf Course gives visitors nine holes of challenging, yet fun golf for any skill level.
The par 36 course can be found in the city of Grand Marais – specifically just four miles north of Grand Marais Harbor overlooking Lake Superior.
Take advantage of your time in Minneapolis and play 18 holes at the Hiawatha Golf Course. Opened in 1934, Hiawatha Golf Course is a premier golf destination in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, and an easy, scenic drive in from nearby Burnsville.
The course is fed by nearby Minehaha Creek and surrounds Lake Hiawatha, giving the course its namesake and its very own dazzling scenery. The course is closed for renovation for the entire 2015 season.
Conveniently located in the heart of the Twin Cities metro area, Highland National Golf Course offers a scenic respite from the hustle and bustle of the big cities – and it's a quick drive from Burnsville. Highland was recently renovated and reopened in 2005, now including the "Snoopy" shaped bunker on the 15th hole.
The National features a championship course, a driving range, two putting practice greens, and hosts a bevy of special events – including past events like LPGA Girls Golf, Fairway Foundations, and National Senior Games. Don't miss spectacular views of the nearby Mississippi River and Crosby Lake.
Opened in 1934, the Lester Park Golf Course is a premier golf destination in Duluth, located alongside the shores of Lake Superior. As you explore northern Minnesota this spring or summer, be sure to hit the links at Lester Park.
Lester Park actually features 27 holes – an 18 hole course with a par of 72, and a back nine course with a par of 36 – the latter is known to be more challenging. Lester Park is frequently associated with Enger Park Golf Course also found in Duluth.
Designed by Paul N. Coates, Pebble Lake Golf Course is a must-play course in Fergus Falls. On your next tour of northern Minnesota, be sure to book a tee time for the Pebble Lake Golf Course – you can drive in from nearby Detroit Lakes.
The course has been open since 1941, offering 18 holes of championship golf, a variety of special events, and features the Tavern 59 Watering Hole & Grill. Moreover, the course and its dazzling rolling terrain and tree lined fairways are boastfully fit for any skill level.
Keep your drives low and straight, be mindful of those sneaky bunkers, and avoid the water at all costs – book your tee time now for the Stonebrooke Golf Club. Any visit to Shakopee should yield some time spent on the 18 championship holes at Stonebrooke.
After a quick round at Stonebrooks' Championship course, be sure to visit the Stonebrook Clubhouse for a delicious meal and a cool beverage. Stonebrook is conveniently located just a short drive from the Twin Cities area, and is an ideal destination for golfers staying in nearby Burnsville.
A premier public course in the state, Territory Golf Club is a must-play when you visit Saint Cloud. As you explore the Twin Cities area, be sure to visit Saint Cloud and book your tee time at the Territory Golf Club.
Specific amenities include the 12,000 square foot "Minnesota Lodge Style" clubhouse featuring Coyote Moon Grille – ideal for a great meal after a quick round. Don't miss the Territory Golf Club driving range, the Golf Shop, and meetings at the Banquet Room St. Cloud.