Minnesota Attractions

Minnesota Golf Courses

Minnesota Golf Courses are among the best in the world

Minnesota golf Minnesota has a wealth of great golfing opportunities to offer golfers of various skill levels. There are hundreds of golf courses in Minnesota, some of the world’s most highly rated golf courses are found here.

The golf courses here have hosted some of the greatest golf tournaments in the world including the prestigious PGA Golf Tour. Some of the greatest golfers of all time, like Tiger Woods have played in Minnesota's Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska.

Examples of golf courses from the top five cities in Minnesota include several in Minneapolis, the largest City by population. One of the greatest golf courses in Minneapolis area is the Minikadha Club. It’s an 18-hole regulation golf course. It has a Par of 73, a yardage of 6,660, a course rating of 72.3 and a slope of 136. The medium length layout has four sets of tee boxes to accommodate all skill levels of golfers. Online tees are available and are offered at a discount from the normal rates.

Saint Paul is the second largest city in Minnesota by population. The city hosts many renowned golf courses, one of the greatest is the Highland National Golf Course. It is an 18-hole regulation golf course which has over 6,638 yards, a course rating of 72, a slope of 118 and a par of 72 located at 1403 Montreal Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 5511-2460. It has three sets of tee boxes for a challenging but fun experience in golf.

Rochester is the third largest city in Minnesota by population, and it has some great golf courses too. One to consider here is the Meadow Lakes Golf Club. The 18-hole facility features a yardage of 6,287, a par of 71, a course rating of 69.2 and a slope of 112. Designed by the Midwest Golf Management, the golf course opened in 1998 is a community golf course. It has a set of three sets of tee boxes for a fun and challenging golfing experience.

Duluth has a population of 84,419 people and that makes it the fourth largest city in Minnesota. In Duluth you will find the Standard Club Golf course. The 18-hole regulation length golf course has a championship layout featuring five sets of tee boxes for the fun of golfers from all skill levels. With a par of 72, a yardage of 7075, a course rating of 73.6 and a slope of 136, the Standard Club stands as one of the highest ranked golf club in Minnesota. This golf course was designed by Arthur Hills and was opened in 2005.



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