HIT THE COURSE
For the passionate golfer, spend a day at Brooktree Golf Course, an 18 hole championship public course. Wind down and relax on the patio next to the fire pit. Also check out the Owatonna Country Club, an 18 hole private course with a “call for playing privileges” guest policy. For a 9-hole public Par 3 course, play a round at the Havana Hills Golf Course. Don’t forget mini golf!
An early morning tee time on a crisp fall day in Minnesota is about as good as it gets. Starting just south of the metro, the southern Minnesota cities of Northfield, Faribault and Owatonna have a number of championship courses available to players of all abilities.
Owatonna’s Brooktree Golf Course and Owatonna Country Club are featured in this Minne-Roadtrip travel idea.
This 18-hole championship public golf course features 6,684 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.5 and it has a slope rating of 128 on blue grass. The course offers golf carts and a putting green.
HAVANA HILLS GOLF COURSE
Park & Recreation Office: 210 Dane Road | Phone: 507-451-2577
This 9-hole public Par 3 course features all the hallmarks of Minnesota golf. Designed by Dean Hartle, the Havana Hills golf course opened in 1972. The course offers golf carts, a driving range and a putting green.
This 18-hole private facility golf course with a ‘Call For Playing Privileges’ guest policy features 6,296 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 78.0 and it has a slope rating of 146 on bent grass. The course offers golf carts, a driving range and a putting green.
The 18-hole miniature golf course is designed to challenge guests of all ages. Water hazards and boulder bank shots make for interesting play. Current hours are Mon-Sat 1-8pm, Sun 1-5pm. Golf Rates: Adults – $8.00, Children Ages 6-12 – $6.00, Children 5 years and under golf free. Handicap accessible 8 holes is $3.