Crystal Bay Minnesota Golf Courses

Orono Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Orono Golf Course -- Great little 9 hole neighborhood course
Review by: Brian D. This 9-hole course offers a variety of shot making for the beginner to intermediate golfer. There is no sand, some water and a lot of elevation changes. If you are not in shape and it is a hot day, a cart is definitely needed. The greens are small, which toughens the course up immensely as you can have a great drive, but if your approach is off, you can miss the green. I have played it 50 + times and still enjoy going back, especially if I have played a tougher course and need to have my psyche adjusted with a more positive outcome. Overall, if you are short on time and want to play a quick 9 and have fun, this is the course.
From Minnetonka, MN

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Wilds Golf Club, The -- Replace your divits and fix your ball marks!
Review by: Mark The layout of this course is similar to that of many modern courses, i.e., designed to sell homes. There are some good holes and some that appear a bit contrived. A fun course over-all. I was shocked to see the early-season condition of the course. Ball marks not repaired, bunkers not groomed, hundreds of divots not filled. At my course, I walk and carry a sand bottle, filling it 2-3 times during each 9 holes. No sand on the carts, and none on the tee boxes. The feeling was more 'muni' golf than that of an upscale public course.
From Cincinnati




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