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Superior National Golf Course, Lutsen

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  • I played here 20 years ago and the group's reviews were not favorable back then. But a trip to the north shore and reading about renovations I thought it was time for another try. It's still not ready...  more »
  • My wife and I decided to open the Golf season at SNGC and had a great time. We got in on their third day open and before a week of sleet and snow. The course was very wet so winter rules with a few ex...  more »
  • Bad news first. The mountain 9 is in such bad shape that when you use a cart you will need a chiropractic adjustment when done. It is the last of the three 9s to be remodeled. The new river 9 is gorge...  more »
  • All of the greens slope toward the lake, believe it. Wow I went through a huge number of balls.
  • 8/18/16 - My Dad and I played the Mountain and River courses. Very beautiful golf course. We will be back again!
  • 5/6/16 - only nine holes open (Mountain). Fairways in rough shape. Greens OK with black oil on some. Other golfers jumping from hole to hole. Two groups had their dogs running around with them. Plugs from aerator everywhere. $130 for two and cart. For the expense you will be dissapointed. I and my wife came for weekend getaway and we're dissapointed. Other five star reviews appear to be "ringers".
  • Beautiful views and fun layout. Worth playing if in the area.
  • This course is usually beautiful and worth the greens fees. However, as of 5/17/2015 it is in really rough shape. To be honest, it should have been closed so that work could have been done. The entire course was flooded, bunkers had 6 inches of water, fairways are missing large portions of grass and some areas in the fairways just have giant holes in them. There is zero consistency from shot to shot because of the poor grass/ground quality. One of the greens was covered in motor oil from what I can only assume was a leaking mower. The River 9 is closed for remodeling so all golf is channeled to the Canyon and Mountain courses which just aren't ready to handle the wear and tear. I was very disappointed for having driven 4 hours to golf the course. I really don't see the course making a comeback this year due to all the damage. The only reason I'm not giving 1 star is because of their "play all day" deal where for the price of 1 round of green's fees, you can play continuously all day.