Cleary Lake Golf
Within Cleary Lake Regional Park, the scenic, moderately rolling terrain of Cleary Lake Golf draws both beginner and experienced golfers. The nine-hole course offers a full range of amenities for an all-around enjoyable experience.
Reserve a Tee Time
Use the Book-a-Tee-Time booking widget below or call 763-694-7777. Call to make arrangements for groups needing six or more tee times. General public may reserve tee times up to five days in advance.
Rates & Rentals
|Regular Rate||Tour Card Rate|
|Season Pass||$449 adult / $349 youth|
|Juniors and Seniors*||$14||$12|
|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
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, Cleary Lake Golf and Eagle Lake Golf.
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.
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!
Three Rivers and Scott County
Cleary Lake Golf is operated under a joint powers agreement between Scott County and Three Rivers Park District.
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