Fort Snelling Golf Club is now open.
About Fort Snelling Golf Club
Fort Snelling Golf Club, located in Historic Fort Snelling, is just minutes away from the Mall
of America, Minneapolis International Airport and downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The course is noted for its exceptional condition, with closely manicured fairways and smooth, fast greens. Fort Snelling Golf Club is the perfect place for a quick nine holes of golf for players of all skill levels. Fort Snelling Glof Club won the City Pages award for being the Best Nine-Hole Golf Course!
The golf course offers a variety of holes with two par threes, six par fours and one par five. The signature hole at Fort Snelling is the seventh hole, a par four that plays only 228 yards, tempting the longer hitter to reach the green in one shot. However, the water in front and out-of-bounds left and behind the green awaits any errant shot.
If you have time for a quick nine, Fort Snelling Golf Club is the course for you!
Host Your Event Here
Fort Snelling Golf Course is a great place to host your next golf tournament, corporate outing, or family event. Call 612-726-6222 or email FtSnellingGolf@minneapolisparks.org. Looking for the perfect location to host a larger event? Wirth and Columbia golf courses offer meeting rooms, banquet facilities, and full catering services.
Adult Golf Leagues and Schools
Adult Golf Leagues are available for men, women and seniors. Click for adult golf league information and locations.
Our adult golf schools at Columbia Learning Center and Hiawatha Learning Center offer excellent opportunities for adults to learn to play golf in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. Click for adult golf school information.
Junior Golf Leagues and Academies
Developed for area youth 17 years and younger, our junior golf leagues provide a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends, exercise, enjoy the outdoors and learn the game in a non-competitive environment. Click for junior golf league information and locations.
U.S.G.A. Rules Govern Play except modified by posted local rules
Out of Bounds
- Marked by white stakes on holes #1, 3, 8 and all paved roads surrounding the course
- Out of bounds markers must be strictly observed
- All play must go left of red and white pole on the first fairway
- Ball lying near unnatural obstruction, in gopher hole, or next to protective wire netting may be listed and dropped within two club lengths of such obstruction, but not nearer the hole or in a relatively better position
Historical Profile: More information about this and other parks is included in Parks, Lakes, Trails and So Much More, a richly detailed account of the histories of Minneapolisí renowned recreational system.