blue spruce in front of golf green

north shore golf courses

The North Shore is home to four amazing public golf courses. Each of the north shore golf courses incorporates and highlights the native landscape.  All showcase vistas of Lake Superior, feature forest-lined fairways, and are designed to challenge the golfer. So while putting and chipping, you may just see a fox or a deer and even the occasional black bear or moose may play through. Courses open with seasonal adjustments in May and one of the best times to play is on an autumn day with the trees ablaze with color, Lake Superior sitting cobalt blue to the south, and the air crisp and fine.

family in horse drawn sleigh at gunflint lodge
mile 26.4

18-hole, par-72, perfect for spur of the moment rounds of play. Spanning 6,429 yards, the course offers lake views from 14 of the 18 holes. Pro-shop with clothing & equipment. 19th Hole Restaurant.


1349 Minnesota 61 | Two Harbors
mile 54.6 + 3.4 miles

A mature course in great condition, the Beaver River acts as a natural water hazard on this 9-hole course; par-36, 3173 yards for red and par-38, 2682 yards for blue. Driving range and club house with amenities.


19 Golf Course Road | Silver Bay
mile 90.0

Stunning course! 27-holes featuring the Canyon Nine, Mountain Nine & River Nine; follows the base of Moose Mountain with the Poplar River cascading through the course. Driving range, golf pro, clubhouse. “The Cadillac of Minnesota Golf Courses” – Explore Minnesota magazine  


5731 Minnesota 16 | Lutsen
mile 109.3 + 1.2 miles

Hilly terrain with narrow fairways and small greens challenge your skills on this 9-hole, par-34; 2360 yards for the & 2353 yards for women.enjoy laid-back play with an occasional wildlife sighting. Driving range and club house with amenities.


1181 Golf Course Rd | Grand Marais
groomed cross country ski trail at golden eagle lodge on gunflint trail with winter cabin specials
snowy east bay suites on lake superior in grand marais from drone perspective