Great challenging course
1 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Nice elevation changes. Very challenging and must play well to score well. Errant shots are punished on most holes. Big tee pads in great shape. This course has everything to challenge a player to the max!
Cons: Some vandalism and upkeep could be better. I don't mind this as it doesn't effect my experience.
5 Bucks to play, it's totally worth it!
Other Thoughts: A must play in the Twin Cities area along with Blue Ribbon Pines. My two favorite courses played out of 33 so it gets 5 stars!
1 of 9 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Hits the Spot
Pros: Very long, obstacle-filled, elevation changing holes and lots of them. Concrete pads, great baskets. Great practice pin. Pretty well groomed. Friendly crowds. Changes from 18 to 27 holes in summer. Great scenery, wildlife. I can't say enough about this course. Best course I have played.
Cons: Can get exhausting if your stamina ain't up there. There are stretches of holes where every drive needs to be 400 feet or over. Takes a toll on the arm. Some of these holes are so tough, the best one can hope for is a par at times. Gets kinda discouraging. The course layout gets a little confusing so I suggest first timers come with someone familiar with the course. There is one particular transition that is pretty dangerous. You have to walk right into the line of the next guy teeing off to get to the pad.
Other Thoughts: I miss this course soooooo much. Come prepared for about a 2 hour round not counting getting slowed by long searches or crowds. I have a high metabolism so I pack almost a full lunch and several Gatorades or plenty of water. This course really is a gem.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: A course with just the right amount of challenges and variety as well as length. There are a bunch of open holes with very little trees and a bunch of heavily wooded holes mixed together. Another plus is that there are a number of holes that would be tough to get a three on due to their length and the tree density.
Cons: Some of the holes have very dense foliage, such as number 7, so that when you throw it out there blindly, there's a chance you could be searching for it for a while.
Other Thoughts: The Minnesota Majestic layout is just plain sweet. I can't imagine a better course.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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