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Hazeltine is the premier destination for golf in the upper Midwest. Our immaculate 18-hole course spans rolling hills, mature woods, picturesque lakes and vast prairies to provide an unparalleled golfing challenge for beginner and pro alike.

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Hazeltine is the premier destination for golf in the Twin Cities. Recognized throughout the world as a prodigious test of golf, by 2016 Hazeltine will be one of only two golf clubs in the country to have hosted every premier championship offered by the USGA and PGA of America.

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Private Events

Events held at Hazeltine are filled with a sense of exclusivity, tempered with an inviting, relaxed appeal. Our members and guests enjoy high standards of service and a variety of distinctive rooms for business or social engagements.

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Historic Hazeltine

With the 2016 Ryder Cup, Hazeltine will become one of only two courses in the United States to have hosted the U.S. Open, PGA Championship, U.S. Senior Open, U.S. Women’s Open, U.S. Amateur, and Ryder Cup Matches.

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Hazeltine News

Meet the Members: Men’s Senior Champion Mark Knutson

Former College Golfer Shines in Business and Golf Golf is an individual sport, but it’s also very good for making friends. On the driving range,…

Golf Tips

Picking The Right Tees

Enjoy The Course From The Right Tees “What’s the course record?” Isn’t that what someone with confidence (or a strong sense of humor) says when…

Hazeltine Events, Hazeltine Weddings

Meet Mr. & Mrs. Hazeltine

Couple Went From Casual Golfers to Club Champs     If you’re going to call anybody “Mr. and Mrs. Hazeltine,” Andy Anderson and Mary Flynn…

Hazeltine Weddings

Wedding Checklist – Countdown to “I Do!”

Final Five Months of Wedding Planning This is part 2 of a 2 part series Planning a wedding takes organization, flexibility and even a sense…

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Golf Course and Bunker Update-March 17th, 2015

A quick update on where things stand with the golf course and bunkers. Bunkers: A quick refresher: Last fall, Dunininck completed and filled all of…


Not Quite Yet

The questions are starting to come; they always do this time of year. Last Wednesday, I gave someone an over/under of April 1st; I am…

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Golf Course Update-Early March 2015

When my family and I moved back to the Twin Cities from Duluth, one of the things we were most excited for were spring days…

Russian Kettlebells and Turfgrass Management

This winter I recommitted myself to working out with Russian kettlebells. I had first begun working with kettlebells in the winter of 2010. When we…

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