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Good cheap courses in St Paul area

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Hi,

 

I am wondering if there are some good cheap courses in the St Paul area.

 

I have found 1 or 2 near Stillwater and White Bear Lake, but looking for ones closer to St Paul.

 

By cheap I am looking for around 10-20 for 9 holes.

 

Thanks,

post #2 of 4

Played one near Blain, MN in the greater St. Paul area this summer. It was cheap and short - an old country club. Of course, I remembered all that when I saw your post, but couldn't remember the name of the place.  Sigh.

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Plenty of good municipal golf in the Twin Cities.  Around St. Paul area, I'd go for the UofM course (they also have a great driving range), Keller (old Championship course with challenging layout, and Como is ok too.

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Played one near Blain, MN in the greater St. Paul area this summer. It was cheap and short - an old country club. Of course, I remembered all that when I saw your post, but couldn't remember the name of the place.  Sigh.

 

Probably "Majestic Oaks" - I'd like to play there, I have a friend that lives minutes away and I'm sure I'll try it this year.

 

If the original poster wants to go East a bit - there's a ton of very nice little courses into Wisconsin.  I'm very fond of Pheasant Hills (Hammond Wisconsin).  It's very new and when the trees grow up it'll be a sweet and cheap course.  Lots more.

 

You can't really swing a dead cat in the Twin Cities area without hitting a lot of courses.  Google is his friend.

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