Golf in Sauk Rapids

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Monticello

$100 $49

18-hole course features multiple doglegs across a 6,453-yard layout lined by oak trees, ponds, and streams.

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Annandale

$72 $35

18-hole, par 71 Joel Goldstrand course arcs for 6,421 yards over densely forested and hilly terrain

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Oak Grove

$122 $59

350 acres of natural wetlands seamlessly integrate into pond-hindered hole layouts on course with five sets of tee boxes

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Orono

$65 $25

9-hole course incorporates dense tree lines on the edge of fairways, elevated tee boxes, and rolling terrain

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Luck

$98 $44

Nestled on the south shore of Big Butternut Lake, 18-hole course charts a path through pine, maple, and oak trees and multiple ponds

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Rush City

$96 $45

18-hole championship course incorporates Rush Creek and wetlands into 6,929 yard-expanse

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Lester Prairie

$78 $39

18-hole, par 71 course pairs an open front nine with a less forgiving back nine cleaved through mature trees

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Eden Prairie

$60 $29

Unlimited range balls fuel sessions at a short-game area with a sand trap and a driving range where guests can place their own tees

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Roseville

$34 $17

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Approachable nine-hole, par 27 course that stretches along 1,373 yards of garden- and tree-lined fairways

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Eagle Trace’s 18-hole course covers a verdant expanse of scenic greenery nestled along the Mississippi River. The newly enhanced links feature straightaways and short holes abutted by tall trees, creeks, and bunkers filled with castle-free sand. The course’s layout offers five different color-coded yardage distances from each tee, which challenges a range of swinging skills. The covered pavilion eating area hosts a picnic table and grill to provide sanctuary for hungry players, and practice facilities help golfers perfect their game. After scheduling a tee time, club jockeys can ride a mechanical steed to each hole with the included cart rental.

1100 NW Main St
Clearwater,
MN
US

Since first teeing off in 1989, Fox Hollow Golf Club has hosted regular state championships and the 2008 sectional qualifying tournament for the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, showcasing the club's 27-hole layout characterized by challenging play and picturesque surroundings. The course sprawls throughout 200 acres of hardwood forest and windswept prairie and is often blanketed by lush bluegrass and natural flora. The original 18 stretches along the banks of the Crow River for much of its 6,713-yard length, affecting play on five holes. Occasionally, golfers are forced to carry shots over the river, as is the case on the par 3 third hole, where players must aim their tee shots at the island green and hope the ball doesn't run off the steep sides or get eaten by an amphibious caddy. With two greens and a split fairway, the par 4 17th can take on two distinct identities or three creepy alter egos. If the hole is placed on the left side of the green, players are best suited to hit a small fairway landing area and execute a long approach, but if it’s on the right, they must blast their tee shot over two bodies of water to reach the green.Prior to a round, players can make use of the Fox Hollow practice facility, where they'll find a full-length driving range, three putting greens, and a practice bunker.Course at a Glance:

4780 Palmgren Ln NE
Saint Michael,
MN
US

Designed by prolific course architect Joel Goldstrand, Rum River Hills Golf Club's 18-hole course weaves through 6,308 yards of water-lined fairways and undulating greens. Water hazards present challenges from the very first tee, where aggressive players may choose to lay up or drive balls over a pond to cut the corner off of a fairway that dog-legs right, setting up a favorable approach onto a green 413 yards away. Rum River Hills tests players’ short game with undulating greens that take golf balls through more sharp turns than a golf cart driving through a grocery store.

A full-length driving range allows players to warm up before they take to the course, and the club's PGA instructors offer lessons for those looking to improve their swing mechanics. After a day at the links, course patrons can drop in at McDuff's Restaurant, which serves an expansive menu of salads, burgers, steaks, and pizzas. Inside the sunlit dining room, 11 TVs let guests catch up with live sports, while outdoor patio seating caters to those hoping to reverse engineer the technology of the lawn mowers maintaining the course below.

Course at a Glance:

  • Designed by Joel Goldstrand
  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Length of 6,308 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 71.0 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 117 from the farthest tees
  • Four tee options

16659 Saint Francis Blvd
Anoka,
MN
US

While other athletic clubs hibernate, Majestic Oaks welcomes Old Man Winter's frigid embrace with snow-savvy cheer. Played using golf clubs and a fuzzy tennis ball, snow golf provides nine holes of family-spanning fun and takes less than an hour to complete. Traversing the course, most of whose holes are under 100 yards, provides a reason to enjoy a brisk winter afternoon with friends while getting some light exercise. Hot chocolate and coffee (a value of $1.50 each) can keep your foursome of snow-golfers warm or can be used to punish snowmen who overindulge in mulligans.

701 Bunker Lake Blvd NE
Andover,
MN
US

With 27 challenging kentucky-bluegrass fairways in front of lush bentgrass greens, The Ponds challenges golfers to play a trio of nine-hole courses or combine two of them for three unique 18-hole rounds. Water hazards make for an especially difficult approach to the green on the Red Course's signature first hole, whereas the White Course's ninth hole ends with a green flanked by sand traps. Wetlands and sloped greens make up the Blue Course, which players can travel in new electric-power carts.

Before hitting the fairways, golfers can warm up at the driving range, chipping green, putting green, or pleading-with-your-clubs green. After the round, replace any golf balls that got away at the pro shop, which stocks brands such as Nike and Titleist.

Red Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par 36 course
  • Length of 3,380 yards
  • Four tee options

Blue Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par 36 course
  • Length of 3,453 yards
  • Four tee options

White Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par 36 course
  • Length of 3,401 yards
  • Four tee options

2881 229th Ave NW
Saint Francis,
MN
US

A shimmering sheet of bluegrass spreads underfoot on each of the 27 holes at Viking Meadows Golf Club. Eighteen of these manicured fairways make up the club's championship-length course, The Meadows, a 6,428-yard undertaking that pits players against water hazards on six holes, tricky dogleg turns, and the constant threat of mole people bursting from the ground. The Woods course, its nine-hole sibling, invites golfers to practice their game or tune up before playing through the championship links.

The Meadows Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Total length of 6,428 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 71.1 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 124 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard

The Woods Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par 30 course
  • Total length of 1,655 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 30.2 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 91 from the back tees

1788 Viking Blvd NE
Cedar,
MN
US