GOLF FOR ALL LEVELS
From smaller community courses to Hazeltine, the host of this year's Ryder Cup, the Twin Cities metro area is home to a wide range of courses suitable for novices to scratch-players alike.
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We have some pretty amazing golfing spots here in the Twin Cities. If you need proof, let us take a moment to brag about hosting the Ryder Cup in 2016. The biennial competition brings some of the best golfers from the United States and Europe. This year, Chaska’s own Hazeltine National Golf Club will host the legendary event. If you need more reason to grab your clubs and golf in the Twin Cities, read on to find out about our pristine courses and clubs.
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The Chaska course has entered the big leagues, frequently hosting premier golf championships.
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The incorporation of natural lands gives this pristine course a distinct personality.
With a reputation as a public course with a private feel, Rush Creek Golf Club has a 72-par course designed by Bob Cupp and John Fought that showcases a variety of terrain to keep you on your toes for each hole.
This year, Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn., plays host to the tournament Sept. 27 to Oct. 2, catapulting the course into top-tier golf fame.
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Take a swing at these four unique mini golf courses in the Twin Cities area.