skip to Main Content
Explore Minnesota Golf Alliance - The State of Golf

When Does Minnesota Golf Season Begin?

How Early the Golf Season Actually Opens In Minnesota

Minnesota is known for our long, cold winters. But we also have some of the most beautiful golf courses in the country – not to

Golf clubs drivers over green field backgroundmention some of the most passionate golfers. In fact, Minnesota leads the nation in golfers per capita, meaning there’s plenty of pressure to get those courses open for the season. Still, you may be surprised by just how early the golf season actually opens here in Minnesota.

Granted, we had a milder winter than usual, but most of the courses in the Explore Minnesota Golf Alliance were already open by the middle of April.

You may need to pack a sweater and some rain gear for your first rounds of the spring, but that never stopped anybody from golfing in Scotland. And once our weather warms up, golf in Minnesota is absolutely glorious. So click the links below and schedule a round or two.

Enjoy the season!

Read More
Minnesota Golf Finds—Geneva Golf Club, Territory Golf Club And The Jewel

Minnesota Golf Finds—Geneva Golf Club, Territory Golf Club and The Jewel

The Hidden Gems of Minnesota Golf

There are a number of golf courses that grab attention when you mention Minnesota golf courses. Golfer getting ready to take a shotTracks such as the resort courses in Brainerd, the Minnesota Trilogy up north and all the historic courses in the Twin Cities where big-time national tournaments have been played are well known. But Minnesota is home to many great courses, so take a look past the notables and you will come across several Minnesota golf finds that are well worth your attention.

Three great courses located just outside the Twin Cities are Geneva Golf Club in Alexandria, The Territory in St. Cloud and The Jewel Golf Club in Lake City. They are not too far from the big city amenities, but far enough away to find golf in a quiet, rural setting, where you can easily focus on the game.

Read More
Back To Top