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Gross National Golf Club
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2201 St Anthony Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55418
2201 Saint Anthony BoulevardUSMinnesotaMinneapolis55418
(612) 789-2542minneapolisparks.org
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"Well maintained, good layout, challenging, and enjoyable Audobon course."
"...when even a lot of the staff will admit the course was in rough shape."
"...to get a tee time in the morning, afternoon and evenings..."
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Michael Winter
2 months ago
Well maintained course. Pretty easy layout. Lots of 400ish yard straight par 4s.
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Satoru Asato
4 years ago
Well maintained, good layout, challenging, and enjoyable Audobon course. Friendly club house staff. Slow weekend play.
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4 years ago
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David Fitterer
10 months ago
One of the reviews is from a few years ago when even a lot of the staff will admit the course was in rough shape. I just recently moved to the NE Minneapolis area and Gross is the closest and most affordable in the area. The staff at Gross has talked to customers about projects they have been doing and continue to do to improve the course. I have played the course about 12 times this year as early as April and now in late September and the course is in great shape. The tee-boxes, fairways, greens, and even the sandtraps and rough are all maintained well and have been for most of the season. I am usually able to get a tee time in the morning, afternoon and evenings during the week and on weekends without much hassle and pace of play is usually pretty casual and has a good flow. Its a great course for average/intermediate golfers and can have challenges for advanced golfers as well.
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A Google User
6 years ago
One of the reviewers said that he thought Gross was in 'good shape'. I think he's on crack. It's one of the poorest conditioned courses that I've played. I wouldn't bother playing there until mid summer or even the fall. It's really shameful what the city's ownership has done to the course. They've turned a great layout to an embarrassment. I play competitive tournaments around the state and can't play at Gross because the conditions aren't realistic - from the fairways being half mud with millions of dirt holes, to the earthworm ridden and dodgy lie roughs, to the greens that are slow in some parts, fast in others. The city should sell Gross to a private group, get more funding for the course, or get a new superintendant.
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