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Minnesota Golf Spotlight: Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau

Visit Bloomington!

When it comes to playing and staying in the Twin Cities, Bloomington is the place to hang your hat (and clubs!). Here’s who we have in the Minnesota Golf Spotlight: Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau. What courses do they have you ask? Bloomington is home to, and surrounded by, award winning golf courses. Travel south and you’ll find The Legends Club and The Wilds in Prior Lake. You’re a stones throw from Braemar Golf Course and a comfortable drive to Prestwick, Stonebrooke and Ridges at Sand Creek. After your round, settle in to one of the many hotels in the area that make Bloomington one of the busiest travel destinations in the world. Heck, if you’re with your family and have some time to kill and cash to burn, head over to the Mall of America!

We recently caught up with Heather Proskey, Marketing and Events Coordinator at the Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau and posed 5 questions to her. Check out her responses below and then come check out Bloomington, MN and remember to bring your clubs!

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Minnesota Golf Spotlight: Edinburgh USA

A Top Minnesota Course: Edinburgh USA


Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park is one of the great golf course designs in Minnesota. Challenging from every tee box, this Robert Trent Jones track is enjoyable for the high handicapper and push the low to mid-handicappers to the limit. With a clubhouse that resembles a castle out of Scotland, Edinburgh USA is a proud facility having played host to professional and USGA events through the years. We caught up with Head Golf Professional, Don Berry, to get his thoughts on the course – what makes it unique and the signature hole at Edinburgh. In this edition we turn the Minnesota Golf Spotlight on Edinburgh USA.

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Member Spotlight: Rush Creek Golf Club

Close up view of golf ball on tee on golf course

Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove, Minnesota is strategically placed amidst wandering, rush-filled marshlands, making it an oasis of natural beauty. This 7,306-yard, par-72 golf course is a premier public golf course with a private club feel. The expansive fairways invite golfers to hit bold drives, while the greens feature tough pin placements, requiring exceptional accuracy. Rush Creek is the former home to the Minnesota LPGA and U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.

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