Golfers touring the Minnesota North Shore will have a variety of course selection, from the more modest Gunflint Hills course to the picturesque and challenging Superior National Golf Club in Lutsen - constructed in 1999 by golf course designer Don Herfort, designer of the Pebble Creek course. Duluth has two excellent public 27 hole courses that are a good value for your golfing dollar. The granddaddy is Enger Park at the top of the hill. Its sister course, Lester Park, is closer to the lake on the city's northeast side.
Twenty miles up the northshore, in nearby Two Harbors, is the 18 hole Lakeview National Course, also a decent golfing value. A little further up the road in Silver Bay, MN is a very pretty little 9 hole course. The last course you can play before the Canadian border is Gunflint Hills, a 9 hole municipal golf course in Grand Marais.
If you plan ahead you can save a few dollars on green fees. Both Superior National and Lakeview National offer Internet discounts on their web sites.
Lake Superior Golf Course Reviews
Profiles of Minnesota Lake Superior Courses
|Duluth, Minnesota - Enger Park Golf Course Review|
|Duluth, Minnesota - Lester Park Golf Course Review|
|Carlton, Minnesota - Black Bear Golf Course Review|
|Two Harbors, Minnesota - Lakeview National Golf Course Review|
|Silver Bay, Minnesota - Silver Bay Golf Course Review|
|Lutsen, Minnesota - Superior National Golf Course Review|
|Directory of All Minnesota North Shore Golf Courses|