Austin Minnesota Golf Courses

Austin Country Club
Meadow Greens Golf Course
Ramsey Golf Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Ramsey Golf Club -- Good Challenge
Review by: Anonymous Although Ramsey might not be in the best shape it is still a very challenging course with a tough layout. You can find yourself in trouble of pretty much every hole on the course if you don't hit it straight or know how to shape your ball. Take advantage of the easy start Holes #1 and #2 provide as the rest of the front can be a major challenge. The back 9 can be long but there isn't as much trouble.
From Twin Cities, MN

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Meadow Greens Golf Course -- Typical southern MN course....
Review by: Ryan Novak This course description is a tale of two cities. The front nine is extremely short, containing four par 3's, many shorter par 4's (less than 300 yards) and one shorter par 5 (450ish), and only one blind shot. The back nine is much longer and more difficult. One of the par 3's is the shortest hole I have ever played. It is about 70 yards and plays even shorter as the hole placement is commonly at the front edge of the green. The moderately sized fairways are lined with thick, knee-high clover patches which make it very difficult to find a ball shanked left or right. Water is never really in play if you make solid contact with the ball. Sand is not a significant issue with the course. Water and rough is not either, although the long stuff on the back nine can eat a lot of balls. Overall, considering price and ease of not needing a tee time, I give the course a solid 3.5 stars out of 5. I will round down to 3 as I can't give it 3.5.
From Minneapolis, MN

Ramsey Golf Club -- Good Challenge
Review by: Anonymous Although Ramsey might not be in the best shape it is still a very challenging course with a tough layout. You can find yourself in trouble of pretty much every hole on the course if you don't hit it straight or know how to shape your ball. Take advantage of the easy start Holes #1 and #2 provide as the rest of the front can be a major challenge. The back 9 can be long but there isn't as much trouble.
From Twin Cities, MN




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