FORE! – Yes, Wildflower Golf Course is something to shout about – celebrating 25+ years of premier golf in the lakes country! Designed by Joel Goldstrand, Wildflower features a prairie links layout with wide open vistas, oak lined fairways, and large, undulating, bent grass greens that are receptive to quality shots, yet are a test to most players for those elusive birdie putts. Wildflower has several vistas where Pelican Lake can be seen, yet does not have water hazards on the course. The fifth hole, a long par 4, boasts an elevation drop of 90 feet; a sight that still awes players who frequent the golf course.
PRACTICE – The full amenity practice range is second to none in the area. One can utilize the recently expanded practice chipping green surrounded by mature oak trees, sharpen their putting on the practice green located adjacent to the clubhouse, or practice their full swing by trying to hit the back side of the 350 yard range. The practice range has space enough to accommodate over 25 players at one time.
STAY – Wildflower has quietly become recognized as one of the greatest golf destinations in Northern Minnesota. Wildflower is located at Fair Hills Resort, on Pelican Lake, and offers three different stay and play packages with off-season and peak-season rates, as well as weekday and weekend rates. Or, work with one of our professional planners to organize a custom stay and play package fit to your needs. The best perk of a stay and play package at Fair Hills Resort and Wildflower Golf Course, is that you can add on an additional round at a participating Minnesota Golf Trail courses, for a low, discounted rate!
PLAY – With five different levels of tees, Wildflower is designed for all skill levels from juniors and beginner golfers to the professionals who want to play over 7,000 yards from the tips. You will also find daily specials, a plethora of tournaments and events, kid’s camps, ladies clinics, and leagues guaranteed to fit into your busy schedule.
Wildflower Golf Course is located 15 minutes south of Detroit Lakes, 45 minutes east of the Fargo-Moorhead area, and just three hours northwest of the Twin Cities.