Golf Course Spotlight: Victory Links Golf Course

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Friday, August 22nd, 2014 at 4:06pm.

Golf BallVictory Links Golf Course first opened in 2003 with an 18-hole course. It was designed with the PGA Tour in mind and has the challenge level of any other PGA Tour designed golf course. The course spans for over 400 acres with a variety of natural nature environments, such as wildlife and Minnesota prairie grass.

The Course

The golf course consists of a championship course with 18 holes, a bent grass putting course with 18 holes, and a large tee driving range. There is also a club house as well as a shop where you can purchase pro-golfing equipment and clothing. The golf course is located at the National Sports Center so you can also take part in a variety of other sports such as hockey, cycling, soccer, and much more within the same complex.

Lessons

There are golf lessons offered for people of all ages from youth to adult and private lessons are also available where you will learn all about the game of golf and practice honing your skills and developing your own signature way of playing the game. In addition to the lessons, there are also leagues available to participate in for youth, adult, and even seniors.

Tee Times and Rates

Reserving a tee time to play is recommended though not required. Rates for playing on the course vary depending on the age group of the people playing and the number of holes being played. There are additional fees for renting a cart, for the putting greens, and for the driving range. You can purchase a season pass for a one-time fee and there are also cash specials you can take advantage of that will save you quite a bit of money.

Many people who have played on the course have boasted that it’s the best course they’ve ever played on and that the course offers a great challenge that makes the game even more entertaining. If you’ve never played there, call now to reserve your tee time so you can experience what it’s like to play on the exceptional course for yourself.

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