The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are rich in lush golf courses that are only at a short driving distance. This area and the surrounding suburbs are no doubt a golfer’s paradise, offering a wide range of golf courses to choose from. But which golf course communities stand out? Let’s find out below:
- Stoneridge Golf Club
Located in Stillwater, Minnesota, this is an 18-hole, semi-private golf course which has been open since 2000. The course is a little longer than 7000 yards with bent grass fairways as well as greens, and maybe a bit of a challenge for amateur golfers.
- Ridges at Sand Creek
This is a popular golf course in the Twin Cities area and is a 44-minute drive away from the airport. Ridges at Sand Creek in Jordan has even been rated number one by Twin Cities Golf Guide. It combines both link-style as well as tree-line fairway golf, and is just the right amount of challenging for even amateur golfers.
- Chaska Town Course
Chaska Town Course, located in Chaska made it to the list of Golfweeks’s Top 100 Municipal Golf Courses in the U.S, coming in at 23rd. It is an 18-hole golf course that features bent grass fairways that look like greens and also boasts of amazing playing conditions.
- Loggers Trail Golf Club
This is an 18-hole public golf course located in Stillwater. In 2017, Loggers Trail Golf Club made it the number 15 in the list of the best golf courses in Minnesota. Ever since it was opened in 2003, it has garnered a huge fan following thanks to the wide-open fairways that come with wooded and link style holes, and the friendly and approachable staff at the club who are ready to help you anytime.
Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor®, AHWD, GREEN, NCS
13784 83rd Way No, Ste. 200
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