Tanners Brook Golf Club

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The course was in excellent condition. It had rained all the day before so the ball didn't run as much. The greens held very well, especially from high approach shots. The greens are large and easier to hit than most courses near here. The fairways were lush and great to hit off of. This is a fun course to play. There are a lot of "rewards verses risks" situations. As an example there are a number of subtle dog legs that invite a shot to "cut" the dog leg, but if you miss there is knee high natural wild grasses lining the edges. Misses usually result in a lost ball. There is also a couple of creeks running across the fairways about 225 yards from the tee box. Another creek runs just in front of the green on hole 18. The four of us had a wonderful time. The rate of play was comfortable and the green fees are very reasonable.

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We were able to play 18 holes for $34 including cart. Awesome value for a course that was challenging without being frustrating. Greens were in extremely good shape - very challenging. Good shots are rewarded. Pace of play was just fine. Under 4 hours on a Friday.

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I had a ton of fun out on the course. The course was in great condition and the greens were quick and challenging. There aren’t a ton of risk as far as water goes but there is a ton of big bunkers and tall grass to make sure you’re hitting the ball straight.

It was an overall fun course and i hope to be back soon!

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Played 26May2018. Tanners Brook is a hidden gem, located approx. 20 miles north of the Twin Cities metro. The value for the course is unmatched. My experience with the staff has been great each time I've played here. The pro shop has most of what you'd find at any course. The clubhouse has a full bar, kitchen, and banquet room. There is a large putting green and full length driving range, both located near the clubhouse. The course is easily walkable with only minor elevation changes and minimal walking between holes, except at the turn and playing 17. I'll get to 17 in a bit. The front nine is primarily links style. The back nine is a mix of links and parkland. My group played the back tees, most of which were not level, compared to the white tees. Trust me, there was nothing added to the holes by playing the back tees. Speaking of the back tees, they're a combination black/blue on 12 holes, so you're playing the back tees on most of course if you play the blue tees. The fairways are mainly level and were in great shape. The rough is low, but thick. The greens were in great shape, with sufficient undulation to make putting fair, yet challenging. Getting to and from hole 17 is the only detraction on the course. Hole 17 is located in a mosquito breeding ground. Unlike all of the other holes, hole 17 requires walking approx. 100 yards through what seems like a primordial wooded area to get to the tee box and from the green to hole 18. Due to the mosquitoes 100 yards seemed like a mile. Not only is it the greatest distance between holes, it's the worst experience of the round. It would be great if the paths to and from 17 were sprayed, but you might want to bring your own spray as you'll need it here.
If you like a challenge on a great couse at a great value, this is the course for you.

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