Cleary Lake Golf Course
Within Cleary Lake Regional Park, the scenic, moderately rolling terrain of Cleary Lake Golf Course draws both beginner and experienced golfers. The nine-hole course offers a full range of amenities for an all-around enjoyable experience.
There will be a few changes to the usual operations of our golf courses for the 2021 season. Before you visit, see what changes are in place.
Rates & Rentals
|Regular Rate||Tour Card Rate|
|Season Pass||$399 adult / $299 youth|
|Juniors and Seniors*||$13.00||$11.00|
|Sales tax not included.|
*Junior (15 and under) and senior (62 and older) rates are valid weekdays before 4 PM (excluding holidays).
Pull Carts: $4.50
Electric Carts: $14.00
Executive Level Tour Card: $25 first card, $15 second card in same household
Footgolf ball rental: $5 for nine holes
Passes & Benefits
A season pass or tour card is valid for the year in which it is purchased and honored at Baker National Golf Course, Cleary Lake Golf Course and Eagle Lake Youth Golf Center.
With a short course season pass, you can play anytime, seven days a week. Buy a season pass.
Tour cards offer three levels of golf course benefits and can be purchased online.
Take a virtual tour of Cleary Lake Golf Course.
Get Your Business On Course
- Affordable team and client development in a casual atmosphere.
- Championship and Executive Golf Courses*
- Miniature Golf and FootGolf* Tournaments
- Meeting space with catering options
- Group lessons taught by PGA and LPGA instructors
- Rental equipment
*Options vary by course.
Reserve your next outing:
Try this exciting, new sport. FootGolf is played by kicking a soccer ball to a hole using the same basic rules of golf. The soccer ball and hole are proportionate in size to a golf ball and a golf hole. Non-spiked shoes are required. Balls are available for rent. Call 763-694-7777 to make a tee time.
All Programs & Events
See all upcoming programs at Clearly Lake Golf Course!
Three Rivers and Scott County
Cleary Lake Golf Course is operated under a joint powers agreement between Scott County and Three Rivers Park District.
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