Cass Lake Minnesota Golf Courses

Sandtrap Golf Course

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Sandtrap Golf Course -- beautiful course places priority on accuracy
Review by: dan This course can be very exciting as well as very humbling. If you hit off of the fairway, you may be in the trees for a while. Lakes do not come into play; there is only a beautiful lake behind the fourth tee box where water can be seen. The huge evergreens throughout the course make it a beautiful place to play. It is not a particular long course - # 4 especially can be reached in two. Lastly, when I've played it, the greens have been quite slow. During the busy summer tourist months, make sure you call for a tee time or you might be waiting for a while to tee off.
From Clear Lake, IA

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Hollydale Golf Club -- Hollydale Golf Club
Review by: TEEbo Hollydale is a public course located in Plymouth, MN. One of the reasons I like to play the course is it usually a walk up play. If the weather is nice and I have a few hours in my schedule I will run up to Hollydale. The course is not long, somewhat under 6,000 yards and plays relatively quick. You should be able to play it easily in four hours, if not faster. Holes are straightforward with not too many extremely touchy shots required. This is a good course for the mid to high handicapper because even a bad shot should still leave you with a playable recovery. The greens are generally well kept up but never get to the slick or lightning fast level even in the middle of summer. I usually walk the course and usually pay around twenty five to thirty dollars a round. If you split a cart tack on another ten per person. Hollydale is a course for those of you on the West side of the Minneapolis Metro that is a full 18 that will get you on quickly most of the time and will give you your golf fix and get you back to work before your day is finished.
From Minneapolis, MN