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Stonebrooke Golf Club

2693 Co Rd 79, Shakopee, MN 55379




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Course Highlights

*Rates include carts* This is the only golf course in the MidWest with a ferry across the channel for golf carts!  Fantastic variety of holes in terms of style and lengths.  Lots of elevation changes with interesting water and tree hazards.  Very fun layout on many holes.  Great food and full service bar.  Full length range and some beautiful landscaping, particularly near practice green.




Greens, fairways, hazards, and tee boxes all in similar good condition.




Large amount of forced carries may be challenging for some and a couple items like telephone wires and roads are present.  However this is offset by some really interesting hole designs and fantastic variety.


Visual Impact


Some visual intrusions noted in playability but elevation, trees, and water are present everywhere and make for really interesting visual appeal overall.

Additional Info

Pace of Play: Good

Walkability Score: C

Notes about yardage on the course: 

Tee Box Lengths: (Rating/Slope)

Blue - 6,475 (71.5/137)

White - 6,104 (69.8/134)

Gold - 5,391 (66.6/127)

Red - 4,830 (68.2/121)

PCC Course: Yes

Beginners: OK - Not much room to spray the ball and lots of water but course is not unfairly challenging.

Juniors: Good - Same challenges as beginner but one of the few courses with forward tees under 5,000 yards.

Woman: Good - Same challenges as beginner but one of the few courses with forward tees under 5,000 yards.

Fun fact: The typical woman playing from average red tees is equivalent to the average male playing from 7,500 yards.  Longer than the PGA Tour.

* 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.

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