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Tartan Park Golf Course - Blue/White Course11455 20th St N
Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Phone: (651)733-3480Fax: (651)736-0534
This facility has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The Blue Course has water that comes into play on over half the holes. The fairways are wide open, and the greens are large. The White Course has three lakes that come into play on a few holes. The fairways are wide, but the greens are small. The Red Course has the least amount of water in play, but it does offer tree-lined fairways and strategically-placed bunkers. Dick Nugent designed eleven new holes in 1986. The men's tees on all three courses have an additional slope and course rating for ladies.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 1|
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 2 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Tartan Park Blue /White Course, Sep 16, 2005
from Saint Paul
|Great Course for both casual and serious golfers. Green and Lush! Well worth the drive and the fee! You have to play with someone from 3M to get on the course, it's private!|
| 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Tartan Park: Fun and Impoving, Nov 05, 2004
from Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
|Tartan Park is an interesting golf course. The course has three nines that weave up, down and around moderate hills and alongside and over small ponds. The most interesting part of Tartan Park is that no two holes are the same. Each hole has its own little quirks that can jump up and increase your score. Trees and wildlife are abundant. Over the past three years, the coarse has improved its fairways and greens, thus increasing the playability of the coarse. Limitations are the lack of blue tees on their Red Nine and the length of the greens, which creates a slow putting surface.|