Completely surrounded by housing, with a road and railway track cutting through the property, the old Tom Bendelow course at Golden Valley Country Club does its very best to keep the modern world at bay.
Set on the Vermillion Lake Indian Reservation, the Wilderness at Fortune Bay layout is one of the best casino golf courses in the country.
The course at Rochester Golf & Country Club is an A W Tillinghast design that has, down the years, become a sterner challenge due to the growth of pine trees planted along the playing corridors.
The Classic course is the latest of three 18-hole courses to appear at Madden’s on Gull Lake Resort. Whilst the other two courses are short, user-friendly layouts, the Classic is a more testing design...
When it first opened for play in 1999, Arnold Palmer’s Deacon’s Lodge course was the last layout to be unveiled at the Grand View Lodge resort’s golf complex. The course was acquired by Breezy Point Resort in 2012.
Wedged between two main highways on the western outskirts of Minneapolis, the course at Woodhill Country Club is a strong Donald Ross layout that dates back to 1917.
Bobby Weed laid out the 18 holes at StoneRidge Golf Club in 2000 and he constructed the course as a links-like layout with bentgrass fairways bounded by native fescue grass.
The original 9-hole layout at Oak Ridge Country Club was formed in 1921 and this is now the back nine on today’s 18-hole layout, which opened in 1942. The club’s first professional, William Clark, designed both nines.
The course at North Oaks Golf Club was the final layout Stanley Thompson designed outside the architect’s native Canada in 1951.
Located less than half an hour’s drive southwest of Minneapolis, the Olympic Hills Golf Club course is a Charlie Maddox design which was renovated by architect Ron Pritchard over a three-year period, starting in 2013.