Dacotah Ridge Golf Club

31042 County Rd 2, Morton, MN 56270




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Course Highlights

This beautiful course is one of the top rated places to play on the Golf Lemonade map.  The tee boxes, fairways, greens, and hazards are all in fantastic condition.  Overall this is a very fun, mostly links style course that provides lots of variety.  Famous architect Rees Jones designed this course along with many other high-end facilities throughout the country.  Large modern clubhouse serves full menu and bar along with excellent food based on what we tried.  This course is easily worth the drive and we can't wait to play it again!




Possibly the best condition public course we have played to date among all 75 reviewed along with one other in Wisconsin.  Perfect 10 greens which are very rare and fantastic to play on!

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Most playability factors very good including risk/reward, interesting design challenges, and green undulations.  Variety was some of the best we have seen in terms of length and hole types.

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Visual Impact


Excellent visual appeal throughout including nice elevation changes, ponds, creeks, prairie grass, trees, and overall polish.  Beautiful course!

Additional Info

Pace of Play: Good (Poor weather Sat)

Walkability Score: C-

Notes about yardage on the course:

Tee Box Lengths: (Rating/Slope)

Black - 7,109 (74.7/144)

Blue - 6,642 (72.6/140)

White - 6.217 (70.7/136)M (76.3/141)W

Combo - 5,668 (68.2/131)M (73.3/134)W

Red - 5,055 (69.9/127)

PCC Status: None

Beginners: Challenging - Many holes trouble both sides

Juniors: OK - Med forced carries, good short tees, challenging hazards

Woman: OK - Med forced carries, good short tees, challenging hazards

* CONDITIONS:  Please note that conditions can change a lot on a seasonal, monthly, weekly, daily, and even hourly basis.  See the About Us tab for full explanation but we always recommend you contact the course for latest conditions particularly during early season and after heavy rain storms.  Our reviews attempt to give you the best idea of what the course should be like on a typical day during the season.