Mora Minnesota Golf Courses

Spring Brook Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Spring Brook Golf Course -- two courses in one
Review by: Jack Spring Brook has a traditional front nine with narrow fairways and plenty of trees. The back nine is more of a target course that is cut out of swamp and timber with plenty of chances to stray and lose strokes. A very pretty course.
From Somerset, WI

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Heritage Links Golf Club -- Don't expect much the first time.
Review by: Steve P. This is a links course that is not fun to play the first time. It probably gets better with more play. Every hole features blind tee shots, blind second shots, blind approach shots. Rough is very thick cut...so combined with blind shots, expect to lose a lot of balls. Good example, hit a 4 iron on the screws directly to the green on a par four. Had to carry a marsh area...but my partner & I both felt it was an outstanding shot. Never found the ball. The ball could have been ten feet off the green, but it was just gone. To be kinder, this course needs a course layout book... Range is decent (mats)...course in late August was in excellent shape. Pace of play was good and tee time was obtained within two days of a Sunday morning. Walkable...but cart wasn't a bad idea.
From New York, NY




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