The Duluth Golf Course Map – Where to Play Golf in the Twin Ports and Beyond
Are you looking for somewhere to tee off this summer in the Duluth – Superior area? Check out this map of some of the best courses in the Twin Ports.
Nemadji Golf Course
Our course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. Nemadji Golf Course will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a comfortable atmosphere.
Nemadji Golf course is the perfect place to work on all areas of your game. In addition to our 36-hole layout we offer: putting greens, chipping greens, full dribing range and par-3 practice course
Black Bear Golf Course
The Black Bear Golf Course is an 18-hole championship par-72 course set in the beautiful woodlands of Northern Minnesota. The course features a driving range and two practice greens, a GPS system on all electric golf carts. Our clubhouse includes a Pro Shop for your accessories and apparel needs and a full service snack bar complemented by a spacious deck overlooking the course. Lessons from our PGA professional are available by appointment.
Poplar Golf Course and Tin Cup Pub
Just 20 minutes from Superior in Poplar, Wisconsin, Poplar Golf and Tin Cup Pub is focused on providing unique customer experiences through golf events, weddings, receptions, graduations, corporate events and much more! Poplar Golf Course (PGC) is a beautiful 18 hole course offering a par 64 but holding challenges for even the most experienced golfer.
Pine Hill Golf Club
Pine Hill Golf Club is a 9 hole par 31 golf course. The course is always in great condition and is fun for all skill levels.
Located by Black Bear Casino.
Madeline Island Golf Club
Madeline Island Golf Club is on the largest of Lake Superior’s 23 Apostle Islands – located a short 20 minute ferry ride from Bayfield, WI, and just 85 miles east of Duluth, MN.
Nestled amidst a beautiful forest teeming with wildlife, the 18-hole course features huge double greens and rolling topography, with seven holes overlooking the Lake. Robert Trent Jones, Sr., fashioned the design with interesting holes like 6/15 which share a fairway but split off into doglegs in opposite directions.
Superior National at Lutsen
Tucked away in the Minnesota northwoods and with several views overlooking Lake Superior, the course at Superior National at Lutsen is perhaps the most visually stunning course you’ll play in Minnesota or anywhere. Though offering a somewhat traditional layout, our course will test your mettle with grand elevation changes and sloping fairways.
With 27 unique holes to challenge your game, Superior National has been a favorite golf vacation destination since it opened in 1991. Located in northeast Minnesota, our course is a short distance from many other recreational opportunities.
Tagalong Golf Resort
Tagalong Golf Resort is located about 20 miles northeast of Rice Lake, in Barron County, Wisconsin. In the early 1920s, wealthy businessman Frank Stout, said to have been Chicago’s fifth-wealthiest man at the time, built a 9-hole course on the shore of lovely Red Cedar Lake, to go with his Adirondack-style family lodge (now Stout’s Island Lodge). He built it for the private use of his family and guests. Private construction of the now-public course began in 1916.
Far Par Golf
Tom and Steve have owned the facility since 2002 and enjoy seeing people having a great time. Whether it’s golfing with friends, mini golf with your kids or grandkids, or tuning up your swing on the driving range, everyone seems to leave with a smile on their face. FarPar’s laid back atmosphere is a stark contrast to most courses or country clubs. You can golf at your own pace. Everyone is welcome, no tee times needed, no dress codes and you can bring your own adult beverages. All we ask is that you be considerate of others and have a good time.
Apostle Highlands Golf Course
Starting as a 9 hole course, Apostle Highlands Golf Course in Bayfield, Wisconsin opened on Saturday July 20th, 1991.
Chief designer, Bill Korpela, was responsible for bringing owners Stan Stevenson, Wayne Nelson and Bob Davidson’s vision to reality. Carving out the golf course from the hills above Bayfield was the responsibility of Rick Korpela and his business, Great Lakes Grading of Ashland, Wisconsin. Great Lakes did an outstanding job with the design and building of the golf course.