A shift in the seasons is a great time to get out and golf in Minnesota. Your fall golf outing encompasses the best of a summer game without the bugs and crowds. Golf courses around Grand Rapids, Minnesota welcome you to play a round and finish this season with your best game yet.
Grand Rapids area golf courses feature beautiful fairways surrounded by red pines and quaking aspen that shimmer gold in the autumn sunshine. Greens are still lush due to late summer rainfall while cool mornings knock down the mosquito populations. Geese are flying overhead in Vs rather than crowding the water hazards.
Three 18-hole courses make up Minnesota’s Grand Slam of Golf. These challenging courses are host sites for regional and state golf events. Multiple tee blocks make the challenge fun for players of all abilities. From the first peeks of yellow birch leaves to the fiery red maples, these tree-lined Championship courses call players to get outside and play another round.
Sugarbrooke Golf Course at Sugar Lake Lodge features fairways that burst with color each fall. Eagle Ridge Golf Course is 6 miles east of Grand Rapids on Trout Lake. See how close you can get to the par 72 and then grab a bite to eat during the Friday burger special. Pokegama Golf Course has boat docking available so you can enjoy a late season cruise and a great game of golf.
Grand Rapids has several regional nine-hole courses which are perfect for a quick round on a crisp fall morning. Blueberry Hills Golf Course in Deer River is a par 36 and full of natural beauty. Tee times aren’t required so you can enjoy a relaxing game when the perfect autumn day arrives.
Inclement weather, which we all know is coming, may change your outdoor plans but you can still practice your swing at Golf on the Edge in Bigfork. This privately-owned, nine-hole course has an indoor golf simulator to help you improve your game and be ready for next season.