Meadowbrook Golf Course is closed for the season.
Season pass holders for Hiawatha and Meadowbrook are welcome to play any of our other 18-hole courses (Columbia, Gross National, Wirth).
Meadowbrook Golf Course, established in 1926, is located just minutes west of downtown Minneapolis. Designed by John Foulis Jr., Meadowbrook has been serving golf enthusiasts from Minneapolis, St. Paul, and surrounding communities for close to 90 years.
Host of the United States Public Golf Championship in 1947, Meadowbrook Golf Course has become one of the area's premier golf facilities. Nestled within a quaint neighborhood, Meadowbrook features 18 holes of championship golf, full food and beverage service, a golf shop, and facilities for special events, group golf and corporate outings.
Completely renovated in 1995, Meadowbrook Golf Course has gentle rolling hills, old growth tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers, 14 new water hazards, and multiple tees to challenge players of all skill levels. Historic Minnehaha Creek meanders throughout the golf course, adding natural beauty to this outstanding golf facility.
Meadowbrook has courteous and knowledgeable staff to help provide the best service and facilities for our customers. Reservations are recommended.
Host Your Event Here
Meadowbrook Golf Course is a great place to host your next golf tournament, corporate outing, or family event. Call 952-929-2077 or email MeadowbrookGolf@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 Lessons
Adult Golf Leagues are available for men, women and seniors. Click for adult golf league information and locations.
Adult golf lessons 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 lesson 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.
Minneapolis junior golf academies are offered through the First Tee of Minneapolis, a national program created to serve area youth by developing programming that teaches nine core values inherent in the game of golf and incorporating those values into the instructional program. Click for junior golf academy information and locations.
Audubon International Certification
Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary status encourages courses to protect and conserve natural resources and the character and integrity of the land. Certified courses demonstrate efforts to improve environmental quality in planning, public/member involvement, wildlife and habitat management, integrated pest management, water quality management and water conservation practices. The program is sponsored by the USGA.
U.S.G.A. Rules Govern Play except modified by posted local rules
- Each player must purchase a green fee receipt and check in with the starter before starting play
- Each player must have a bag and a set of clubs
- Proper golf etiquette is each player's responsibility
- The management reserves the right to regulate all play
- If your group falls behind, allow faster players to "play through."
- Keep carts on paths where provided
- Keep carts 30 ft. from greens and ponds
- No more than two riders per cart
- No coolers permitted
- Yardage to center of green. Blue 200 yds. White 150 yds. Red 100 pds
Out of Bounds
- Red stakes denote lateral hazard
- Yellow stakes denote direct hazard
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.