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Minneapolis, MN 55418

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Adults 18+

18 Holes

Green Fee: $30
With Cart: $46

Friday-Sunday, Holidays
Green Fee: $34
With Cart: $50

18 Holes With a Patron Card

Excludes holidays
Green Fee: $22
With Cart: $38

Saturday-Sunday, Holidays
Green Fee: $26
With Cart: $42

9 Holes

Green Fee: $19
With Cart: $29

9 Holes With a Patron Card

Green Fee: $17
With Cart: $27

Rates listed do not include sales tax.

Adults 55+

18 Holes

Excludes holidays
Green Fee: $26
With Cart: $42

Saturday-Sunday, Holidays
Green Fee: $34
With Cart: $50

9 Holes

Green Fee: $19
With Cart: $29

Patron Card

Senior Minneapolis Resident: $45
Senior Non-Resident: $75

Rates listed do not include sales tax.


18 Holes

Junior Rate: $16
First Tee Rate: $10

Rates listed do not include sales tax.


After 4 pm

Green Fee: $22
With Cart: $32

After 6 pm

Green Fee: $17
With Cart: $27



18 Holes: $16/person
9 Holes: $10/person

Pull Cart

18 Holes: $5

Golf Clubs

Rental Sets: $12
Titleist Rental Clubs: $25


Closed for the season.

Columbia Golf Club

Part of: Columbia Park

Columbia Golf Club Minneapolis


Clubhouse Amenities

  • Drinking Fountain
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Locker Room
  • Parking Lot
  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurant
  • Restroom Facility

Outdoor Amenities

Improve Your Game

Good to Know

Golf Course Policies

USGA Golf Rules

Minneapolis Parks Gift Cards are redeemable and available to buy at any golf course or driving range

On-course beverage service

Receptions & Events at Columbia Manor Reception Hall

Winter activities:

Columbia Golf Club Bridge Repair

This fall the historic bridge in Columbia Golf Course will be closed for repairs. The entire course will remain open and golf course staff will provide reroutes to golfers when they check in. The bridge will reopen spring 2017. For more information see the project page: Columbia Golf Club Stabilization of Bridge 93844

Course Profile

Par: 71

Yards: Blue - 6371 | White - 6121 | Red - 5152 | Gold - 5685

PGA Professional: Grant Shafranski, Taylor Riebe, Aaron Shafranski

Rentals: Cart, Pull Cart, Golf Club Set

Out of Bounds

  • Stakes on 9, 11, 13, 17
  • Fence on 5, 14, 15, 17, 18
  • Pedestrian Path on 10, 11, 12, 14
  • Parking Lot on 10
  • Railroad Tracks on 3 and 8
  • Lateral Water Hazard on 2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 16

Size: 150 acres

Neighborhood: Columbia Park

Service AreaNortheast

Commissioner District1

Columbia Golf Club score card

Columbia Golf Club, located in Northeast Minneapolis, is just minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Columbia Golf Club started as a simple 6-hole, sand green golf course in 1919 and was expanded to 18 holes in 1923. Now, after celebrating more than 90 years serving golf enthusiasts of Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding communities, Columbia Golf Club has evolved into one of the area’s premier golf facilities, featuring a state of the art golf learning center, full service food and beverage, and a golf shop.

Columbia Golf Course features gentle rolling hills, mature tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards, multiple sets of tees to challenge players of all skill levels, and vistas offering breathtaking skyline views of downtown Minneapolis.

audubon international certified

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.

Tournaments & Events

Events and Receptions

Columbia Manor is a stately reception facility and ideal for group golf outings, weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, and corporate meetings. Learn more about hosting your event at Columbia Manor.

Golf Events

Send an email or call for current golf menus and to book your next golf outing at Columbia Manor:


Early in the history of Columbia Park, the park board wasn’t sure what to do with the land. In 1898 it granted Patrick Ryan, perhaps the same Patrick Ryan who had served as a park commissioner 1890-1896, permission to cultivate the low land in the park. The following year the board gave some consideration to creating an arboretum at the park. Subsequent proposals for the park included making it into a “popular resort” (1905), a golf course (1910) and a large athletic field (1912).

The 1910 recommendation eventually was preferred. Following the popular development of a nine-hole golf course at Glenwood (Wirth) Park in 1916, the park board created a six-hole course with sand greens at Columbia in 1917. After only a year of operation, the park board realized that six holes was too short for a golf course and by 1920, expanded it to nine holes, still with sand greens however. It took only two more years to realize that 18 holes were needed and in 1922 the course was expanded again. The new course was so popular that golfers had to be turned away, which led the park board to build a golf club house, called a community center, in 1924. Revenues from golf were expected to pay for the building, which cost about $70,000 to build. Suggested names for the golf club house included “House of Seven Gables” and “Deming Hall,” but the name eventually chosen in 1930 was “The Manor.”

Golf continued to increase in popularity leading to the implementation of a registration system in 1927 to eliminate long waits for tee times. With the onset of the depression, however, golf’s popularity took a big hit. Rounds played at Columbia dropped by 30% in 1934 as they did at other courses, except Armour (Gross) Golf Course, which was the only course with an irrigation system to water the fairways. Even though the Columbia course was upgraded to grass greens in 1935, with the help of federal work relief funds, the course continued to operate at a loss for many years.

In the late 1960s, Columbia was upgraded from a length of 4600 yards to 6200 yards to keep it competitive. The locker rooms at Columbia were upgraded in 1987 and the club house was remodeled in 1990.

Columbia Golf Course was the first Minneapolis course to have a Golf Learning Center added in the 1990s.

A new concrete patio and entrance steps to The Manor were poured in 2007 and a new irrigation system on the course was installed in 2009. In 2011 a tree inventory was taken at the course to help plan for maintenance and potential replacement of ash trees.

The historic bridge spanning the railroad tracks cutting through the course was rehabilitated in 2016. The bridge was originally constructed in 1896 and is one of only two steel-arch bridges that remain standing in Minnesota.

Park history compiled and written by David C. Smith.