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Stillwater Country Club

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Tradition

Over the course of 97 years, Stillwater Country Club has been regarded for having one of the best private club courses in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.  The 6,800-yard layout from the back tees features tight tree-lined fairways, rolling hills, strategically placed bunkers, challenging but fair greens, and scenic course views.

Overlooking the scenic St. Croix River Valley, it has hosted many of the top state golf tournaments over the past 95 years.

HOLE HIGHLIGHTS

HOLE #4 | Par 4

Tee Shot:

Driver off the right edge of the bunker

Approach:

Play to center of green unless pin is in front.  If pin is in front short is better than long

Green:

Front 1/3 is pretty steep toward front of green.  You want to be putting uphill otherwise if pin is middle or back the green is relatively flat.

This hole can be played from the following yardages:

 

HOLE #6 | Par 4

Tee Shot:

Driver is aggressive play at left-hand fairway bunker, otherwise a 225 yard layup will leave you 135-150 in.

Approach:

Plays a few extra yards uphill, if pin is in front hit middle of green.  Don't attack back pin as long is no good.

Green:

Hard back to front, if above the hole try and leave putt short as it is faster than it looks.

This hole can be played from the following yardages:

 

HOLE #13 | Par 3

Tee Shot:

Par 3 that plays 15 yards less than laser yardage.  Green slopes from right to left.  Shots with a draw can bounce forward so you can play short.  Fades typically do not bounce forward.

Green:

On right hand side of green it breaks really hard to the left.  The back left corner actually is very flat and hard to read.

Notes:

Shots missed right can kick down and OB.

This hole can be played from the following yardages:

 

HOLE #15 | Par 4



 

Tee Shot:

Hardest hole on course.  If you draw the ball start on right side and you will get some extra runout.

Approach:

Small green and hard to hit, just focus on hitting center of green and take enough club.

Green:

Flat green, if pin is front be cautious of putting back down to it.

This hole can be played from the following yardages: