- All visitors and staff will be required to wear a mask while inside or outside where social distancing is not possible. If you are dining with us you may remove your mask when seated at your table.
- Remove to the extent possible objects that could be frequently touched, such as golf ball washers, rakes, and water coolers. Take measures such as raising cups (We are raising the bottom of the cup so the ball will drop, but still be able to be knocked away or grabbed with two fingers) on golf course to reduce the need to touch the inside of the cup, and leaving the flag stick in golf holes at all times. Encourage customers to avoid touching other customers’ items such as golf clubs or other recreational equipment.
- At golf courses, ensure that those sharing golf carts are from the same household; otherwise, single rider carts only. Golf carts must be cleaned and sanitized before and after each use.
Ridges at Sand Creek
– A Truly Remarkable Golf Course & Experience –
Experience the beautiful winding Sand Creek, natural wetlands, rolling terrain, elevated tees, undulating greens, and numerous strategically-placed bunkers as you play on Midwest Owners Association “2010 Golf Course of the Year.”
Exceptional Golf at Every Level of Play
Ridges at Sand Creek opened for play in July of 2000 and quickly became one of Minnesota’s premiere golf courses in the metro area. Since it’s opening, Ridges has been recognized for many local and national awards including “2009 Golf Course of the Year” by the Midwest Golf Course Owners Association and was the only public course from Minnesota selected in Golf World’s “Readers Choice Top 50” in 2010.
Whether a high handicapper or a scratch golfer, Ridges at Sand Creek offers a great golf experience to everyone. With five sets of tees, large bent grass green and beautiful scenery, the course was designed with every golfer in mind.
With superb course conditions and exceptional golfing amenities, Ridges at Sand Creek annually hosts the 2AAA and 6AAA High School Section Championships along with the Class AA Boys and Girls State High School Tournament.