Trackman is the single most effective way to improve your golf swing, whether you are a novice or an accomplished player. However, if you are serious about Improving, you will need follow-up with the MGC pro Eric Childs (also at Chaska Town Course). Eric's knowledge of the golf swing and the Trackman data are incomparable. The combination will get you to a level of golf you thought you could never reach.
If later in the day than 3:30 pm - might want to make a reservation as the high school patron start to show up.
Great facility for sharpening your short game. Chip from 20, 30 & 40 yards or green side. Also sand traps next to the chipping green. Also a tough 9 hole putting green. Has a short driving range to loosen and tone your golf muscles.
Great place to work on ALL your game.
Very nice short game and putting area
Good place to hone your short game during the cold minnesotan winters - chipping/pitching range and putting green. There is a driving range but not enough space to work your draws, fades, etc. That, unfortunately, is a constraint of indoor golf. That said, the folks that run the place are very nice and supportive, and let you take your time to work on your game. The best part is that you can work on the different aspects of your game as opposed to just your drives on the range. They also have a golf simulator and the trackman radar system that I have not tried yet but plan to do that soon. Have been there just once but will undoubtedly be back many more times over the winter. Definitely recommend the MN Golf Academy for anyone bitten by the golf bug.
extremely nice facilities and personnel
Grab your clubs and enjoy
Combine this with a lesson from Eric Chiles to jump start your winter training program.
From Our Editors
With a dynamic indoor space and a staff of PGA-certified pros, Minnesota Golf Academy offers a venue for year-round improvement in all facets of the golf game. The academy’s most eye-popping feature is an 11,000-square-foot short-game area where guests practice a multitude of chips, pitches, and approach shots from various lies and distances of up to 50 yards. Designed by PGA instructor Eric Chiles, the short-game area also features a large sand trap, and every shot plays into a two-tiered, 1,625-square-foot green. Reflecting the academy’s emphasis on emulating on-course conditions, the facility’s driving range lets guests place their own tees into the turf so they tee the ball up at a comfortable height. The academy also offers lessons for juniors and adults.
Minnesota Golf Academy