Explore Twin Cities


The grass is green. The sun is out. It’s the perfect time to break out the golf clubs and play one of the many courses in the Twin Cities.

» Legends Golf Club, an 18-hole championship course located a half hour south of the Twin Cities, is known for both its beautiful venue as well as its challenging tee offs. The course features an unprecedented training facility with a double-ended driving range, putting greens, practice sand traps and more. 8670 Credit River Boulevard, Prior Lake, 952-226-4777, www.legendsgc.com.

» Rush Creek’s 18-hole championship course greens were completely renovated in fall 2007. The course, located northwest of Minneapolis, has hosted three LPGA tour events. 7801 Troy Lane N., Maple Grove, 763-494-8844, www.rushcreek.com.

» The Wilds Golf Club, located south of the Twin Cities, provides golfers with 18 holes set in a natural setting of thick woods and marshlands. The course contains more than 70 sand bunkers and many water hazards for golfers to conquer. 3151 Wilds Ridge, Prior Lake, 952-445-3500, www.golfthewilds.com.

» Theodore Wirth Golf Course, in the heart of the Twin Cities, is home to an 18-hole championship course and a neighboring nine-hole par three course. The course features challenging play coupled with amazing views of the Minneapolis skyline. 1325 & 1301 Wirth Parkway, Golden Valley, 763-522-4584 (18-hole) or 763-522-2818 (nine-hole), www.mplsgolf.org.

» Elm Creek Golf Course, just outside of downtown Minneapolis, challenges players of all abilities with its 18-hole course. The course plays under 600 yards and features narrow tree-lined holes and rolling greens. 19000 Highway 55, Plymouth, 763-478-6716, www.elmcreekgc.com.