Rush Creek Golf Course Details - Twin Cities Golf
Have you played on our new greens? Re-done in the fall of 2007, they are fabulous! Our layout is enjoyable, scenic, and playable for all. Hole #18 provides a magnificent finish to your round where you can then enjoy the best burger in town while watching the most beautiful sunset. Join us today for a round of golf you won't forget!
Our 18-hole championship golf course has hosted many national events including 3 LPGA Tour events and most recently, the 2004 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. In addition, Rush Creek was voted "Best Public Golf Course" in 2001 and 2002 by Citysearch.com. Come out and play Rush Creek to find a true test of golf and to experience nature at its best.
- Open in June 1996
- Designed by Bob Cupp & John Fought
- Par 72
- Five Sets of Tees
Duncan Tee - 7,306 Yards (Men 75.6/148)
Gold Tee - 6,989 Yards (Men 74.1/146)
Blue Tee - 6,550 Yards (Men 72.1/142, Women 78.3/144)
Silver Tee - 6,096 Yards (Men 70.1/137, Women 75.8/138)
Green Tee - 5,405 Yards (Women 72.0/130)
"For those of you who've not recently played Rush Creek, you don't know what you're missing! I don't care what golf course you've played, including Pebble Beach, Rush Creek's greens outshine them any day. Give it a shot, and I'm sure you'll agree with me." -- Chuck Gonsior
"Rush Creek has always been a premier course to play. Now with the newly added greens to compliment the condition of the rest of the course, Rush Creek has to be put on the top of everybody's list to play. I can honestly say that out of the courses I have played this season, Rush Creek's overall condition is the best that I have played on. If you add that to a staff that always presents a friendly, welcoming and accomodating attitude ~ you won't find a better golf experience anywhere in the state." -- Gary Westman
"Playing the majority of my golf at Rush Creek Golf Club for the past 13 seasons has been tremendous. Now that the greens are up to speed (10-11 on the stimp meter), it makes it even more enjoyable and challenging. Thank you for making the effort to continually enhance the golf course." -- Sean Turnquist