The grass is green and waiting for you to play on it! Minneapolis Northwest's superb selection of golfing options makes our area one of the best for teeing off. From Championship courses and executive courses, to driving ranges and disc golf, golfing here is a gimme. Be sure to check with individual golf courses on specific health and safety guidelines. 

Rush Creek Golf Club


Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove has a gorgeous layout and a stunning 18th hole that provides the perfect ending to your game. The Championship course has hosted three LPGA Tour events and a U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. The Mac Nine par-3 course is a family friendly addition to the facility and is also great for short game practice and beginning golfers. Kids new to golf can also sign up for one of the junior programs offered. The course is hosting the Minnesota PGA Junior Golf teams in July for the Minnesota-Wisconsin 2021 Junior PGA Cup Matches!   

Rush Creek's pro shop is now open so you can get all the golf accessories and apparel to up your game, such as Titleist golf bags, golf polos, shoes, gloves, and much more. When visiting Rush Creek, be sure to stop by the popular Highlander Restaurant where you can enjoy lunch or dinner in front of the stone fireplace or capture the breathtaking view of the course while watching the sunset from the terrace. The restaurant offers excellent fare including weekly pub specials created by the head chef, as well as a summer cocktail menu. 

Note: The driving range is not open for practice at this time as it is currently under construction for a drainage project. The driving range is only open to golfers to warm up. 

Edinburgh USA

Edinburgh USA

Book a tee time at Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park, a beautiful 18-hole Championship golf course that has hosted a number of tour events, as well as local amateur and professional championships. After a recent remodel, the number of sand traps was cut from 81 to 64 and the sand replaced with cool, green grass, making this already impressive course more appealing to golfers at all skill levels. Adult lessons, junior lessons, and junior leagues are back this year. 

Edinburgh is perhaps best known for its famous 17th hole, which boasts an island fairway and a peninsula for a green. The course has received major acknowledgements, including “Best of State” category and “Top 75 Affordable Courses” by Golf Digest, and “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” by Golf magazine.

When you need to refuel after a round, sit back and relax at the on-site eatery The Brooklyn Restaurant & Bar. With a selection of local taps and a menu with weekly specials, dining at The Brooklyn is the perfect way to end your outing. Of course, diners are invited back any time to simply enjoy lunch or dinner on the patio, too!

Brookland Golf Park

Brookland Golf

Brookland Golf Park in Brooklyn Park has earned a reputation for providing one of the best golf experiences in the region. Their nine-hole, par-30 design is great for someone looking for a more laid-back round of golf. Please call the pro shop at 763-488-6497 to make a tee time and pay for your round over the phone. Introduce your child to golf by signing them up for Happy Camp, nine-week sessions for different age groups that teach the basics of golf; classes meet once a week. You can also play disc golf or FootGolf at this location. Check out Brookland's Calendar of Events for details on fun summer happenings like Golf & Grill Nights and Night Golf!

Centerbrook Golf Course


Head to Centerbrook Golf Course in Brooklyn Center for a fun and challenging nine-hole, par-3 layout that can be played in 90 minutes or less. You can also try FlingGolf, an entertaining blend of golf and lacrosse, as an alternative to the traditional sport. FlingGolf players join conventional golfers on the greens and scoring is consistent with the regular game. And like the Championship courses, Centerbrook is a terrific location to hold family, charity and team-building events. 

Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center


Eagle Lake Regional Park sits on the border of Plymouth and Maple Grove and is home to the popular Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center. This youth-oriented golf course is the perfect place for beginning golfers or anyone wanting to brush up on their game. Take a turn at the driving range or the FootGolf course. The mini golf course has well-maintained greens and is surrounded by natural water features, prairie grass, rocks and other regional landscaping. Reserve your tee time through the online system, and arrive no more than 30 minutes before your scheduled time. All courses will be walking only except for those who absolutely need a cart. To reduce gatherings, clubhouses will be one-way traffic flow and offer limited services.  

BONUS: Topgolf and Disc Golf



For a whole new kind of golfing experience, make your way to Topgolf in Brooklyn Center - Minnesota's only Topgolf location! High-tech, all-season Topgolf venues are popular throughout the country as a fun way for friends, family and coworkers to practice their swings while aiming at giant targets out on the field. It's the kind of golf that people of all ages and skill levels can have fun with, and temperature-controlled hitting bays ensure you can play throughout the year. Hitting bays are separated by plastic dividers, and groups must be six people or fewer. A full-service restaurant and bar make this an even more ideal place to hang out. Make your reservations online today!

Elm Creek Disc Golf Course

The Elm Creek Disc Golf Course provides fun for all ages and abilities, whether it’s your first time on a disc golf course or you’re a seasoned professional. The course begins just inside the park at the Elm Creek Chalet and follows the paths of winter's cross-country ski trails, tubing hill and terrain park. Two par-4 holes and other championship-caliber holes make this course challenging but manageable. The course is open during park hours, daily 5 a.m. - 10 p.m. The disc golf pro shop is open Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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