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Grandview Golf Club5665 Grandview Rd
Duluth, MN 55810
This is a very challenging course with many trees lining its narrow fairways. The greens are fast, undulating, and vary in size and shape. Even though there aren't any water hazards or sand bunkers on this course, there is a thick cut of rough bordering all the fairways, and the terrain is somewhat hilly. Junior and senior discount rates are available throughout the entire season, and the eighteen hole green fee is good for all-day play.
|Holes: 9||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Greens Fees:||$20 or Less|
|Dress Code:||No dress code|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 1|
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
links golf in northern minnesota, May 22, 2007
|reviewer: Anthony Hollis
from Cloquet mn usa
|This course is a links style course in the truest sense. That being that very few of the pins can be seen from the fairway landing areas. This course has been heavily upgraded in the last few years and will soon be the most viable actual links course in northern minnesota. This distinction is important in that it is not your typical flat resort style course. While it does somewhat lack in length.( If you are a long hitter there are several reachable par 4s ) It remains a legacy course that has remained true to mother natures designs. The changes in elevation in the course enhance its difficulty and also provide ample reward opportunities for the more advanced player. Keep in mind that this course was founded in the 1920's and as such was designed with the equipment of the times in mind. The upkeep of the course has however been brought up to date by the new owner Food is available within a short drive of the course. It is a bit of a hike on foot but none the less, as a course you can do far worse for your money. You might want to catch this course on the upswing from the twin cities and enjoy one of the most stunning and frankly grand views from the back tee at number 9. It is quite pretty at both sunrise and sunset each day. You never know if you will see a hawk, bald eagle , bear or deer in the course of your round. Not a great course but certainly hilly and rapidly improving property. Check it out if you can.|
| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Wide Open, May 27, 2004
from Proctor, MN USA
|This is a good course for young and new. Very hard to lose a ball on this course. Does have a tee box in work with a great view. Could use some work on the greens.|