Area Golf Courses

Minnesota Golf

Throughout Minnesota you can find
yourself on one of our 500 courses, majority of which are public. While
summer is the most popular time for a round, thanks to our long warm
days, the season can stretch from April to November. Closer to fall
you’ll enjoy and experience the bonus of Minnesota’s beautiful changing
colors and mild temperatures. Fall in Minnesota can’t be beat.

With golf representing $2.4
billion to the state’s economy, according to “The Minnesota Golf
Economy,” you can find a wide variety of places to tee off. Spanning
the likes of city, suburban, lakeside, and rugged terrains.

Minnesota is the only state to
have hosted all 13 USGA national championships, and the Walker Cup,
Curtis Cup, and men’s and women’s State Team championships.

The links below will take you to
a directory of the beautiful courses in Minnesota. While you’re down
there take some time to read through some fun facts about golf in

Minnesota Golf Courses

A wealth of info onall the public courses
in the Twin Cities area; includes restaurant
facilities, golf course evaluations, pricing,
and online reservations if available.

Minnesota PGA

Try your hand at a
best ball or scramble
at one of the areas
great golf courses!

Happy golfing!

– The Anderson Team

Golf in Minnesota

  • Golf represents $2.4 billion to the state’s economy, according to
    “The Minnesota Golf Economy,” a Golf 2020/SRI study commissioned by the
    MGA in 2007.
  • Minnesota consistently ranks at or near the top in golfer
    participation in the U.S. (for 2005, Minnesota was No. 1, with a 27%
    household participation rate), according to the National Golf
    Foundation (NGF).
  • More than 733,000 Minnesotans play golf, according to a 2004 NGF
  • Nearly 90 percent of Minnesota’s golf courses are open to the
  • The Minnesota Golf Association (MGA) counts 508 golf courses in
    the state: 55 private; 351 daily fee/semi-private, 83 municipal, and 19
  • In 2006, Minnesota ranked 11th in the U.S. in number of golf
    facilities, according to NGF.
  • Minnesota has 25 stand-alone driving ranges, according to NGF.
  • The MGA provides the USGA GHIN Handicap service to its 75,000
    associate members (80% men; 18% women; and 2% juniors, for the year
    ending 2007).
  • MGA members posted 1.6 million rounds in 2011, or about 23.5
    rounds per member.
  • More than half (52.7 percent) of surveyed respondents to a 2001
    Minnesota Office of Tourism study said that golf was highly important
    in choosing their destination.
  • Golf visitors ranked Minnesota fourth highest from a list of 13
    golf destinations, behind only Florida, Arizona and South Carolina.
  • Minnesota has hosted the 1932, 1954, 1959, 2002, 2008 and 2009
    PGA Championships and the 2016 Ryder Cup.