Pequot Lakes Minnesota Golf Courses

Lakes Area Golf Learning Center
Preserve, The
Whitefish Golf Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Whitefish Golf Club -- Hidden Gem
Review by: Tim Couchman I have played Whitefish many times, and each time it gets better. It is a beautiful layout and very challenging track. You have to pick and choose your spots to pull out driver, because you will be playing a lot of punchouts if you're not in the fairway. The course is kept in perfect condition, and the greens are slick with a lot of them sloping back to front, so stay below the pin. Although not the longest course, you will be challenged to keep the ball in play, if you are able to do so you will have a lof wedges and 9-irons coming in to the pin. Also a lot of the greens fall off dramatically in the back..so don't be long. Don't be thrown off by the first hole, as it is fairly short and wide open, don't get use to it.
From St Paul, MN, USA

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




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