Life Time Fitness, the upscale members-only health club located in St. Louis Park took their Golf Club to a new level of sophistication when they hired PGA Professional, Michael Hinton.
FLASH!! New management partnership gives Twin Cities area golfers exactly what they want all winter long. Inside Edge Golf has always had the highest end state-of-the-art PGA TOUR golf simulators and a clean, comfortable environment with great food and drinks (yes, beer) to provide the best indoor golf experience available in the metro.
On the off chance we actually get snow this winter, there’s a good chance you’ll want a place that you can still play some golf. Surprising as it is to those of us in the local golf promotion business, there aren’t a whole lot of great indoor golf options in Minnesota.
Simulator Golf is great. It’s not quite the real thing, but should we really be complaining about that? NO. Especially not when we can play on the surreal high-definition equipment of today.
I didn’t know there was a Rush City in Minnesota, or I probably would live there. I feel like all I do all day every day is rush about the city. And then my editor asked me if I’d played golf at Bulrush Golf Club and/or heard that they have PGA TOUR model aboutGolf Simulators up their.
For the last fifteen years the game of golf has been on a downward trend. For various reasons more players are dropping out of the game than are starting to play golf. Over the past few years hundreds of golf courses all across America have closed.
Oak Marsh Golf Course General Manager Steve Whillock is a strong proponent in the power of visualization. In 1996, when Whillock first walked 186 acres of untamed Oakdale farmland, it was hard to visualize what would soon be Oak Marsh.
With the passing of Arnold Palmer, I wanted to share a story that my friend Brad Brewer told with me regarding how Mr. Palmer practiced.
If Deer Run Golf Club were a symphony orchestra it would make incredible music.
The audience who witnesses the performance of a fine symphony orchestra become infatuated and actually feels the music. The outstanding music is the product of professional musicians working together.
The five golf courses in the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation system offer many different ways to enjoy the game of golf, and each course has it’s own personality.
Today, it’s a pleasure to know that quality golf can be found at an affordable price – even at a prestigious private club. Membership is invited and the public is welcome at Northfield Golf Club.
Ruttger’s wants golfers to experience the natural beauty and exceptional challenge of the Lake Golf Course. Play Ruttger’s 18 championship holes (some Masters quality) for $1.39 per hole.
If you still don’t know where Minnesota National Golf Club is, the summer of 2015 is the time to discover the best kept secret in Minnesota golf. The golf course is located just west of Big Sandy Lake, which is a par-5 north of McGregor, MN.
Well hidden in a remote location between Emily and Manhattan Beach, Golden Eagle Golf Club has proven that having a successful golf course is not all about location. Golden Eagle owner, Bruce McIntosh searched for several years to find just the right property to build his dream golf course.
“There” is a place in northern Minnesota. And not just any place. A very special place. It starts with the golf and ends with the lodging. Or, you can look at it (and/or book it) the other way around. Either way, the point is the same.
Let’s start where we’re going to end… with a loaded question. What is the best $600 you can spend in golf? I’d never thought of it before until Cragun’s General Manager Eric Peterson asked me. Good question, though.