Duluth provides both Enger Park and Lester Park with golf courses for all golfers to enjoy. Both facilities provide 27 holes with beautiful views of Lake Superior. Here's what you can expect at both courses.
Enger Park Golf Course
Found just south of downtown, the Enger Park Golf Course is set on a high bluff. It provides beautiful views of the Duluth Harbor and has been around since 1927. The course provides three distinct nines with different styles. They range from about 3,150 to 3,400 yards in length and provide plenty of variety for frequent golfers.
You will find four sets of tees, which makes this course friendly for all skill levels. Each nine is unique with a links, traditional and parkland style layout for all to enjoy.
Lester Park Golf Course
A course found to the north of downtown, Lester Park was opened in 1932. This course provides a classic layout with the Lester River running nearby. Three nines are provided here, as well, and Lake Superior can be seen from 20 of 27 holes on the course. The nines range from about 3,180 to over 3,400 yards in length with plenty of challenge for all golfers to enjoy. The elevation changes and undulating greens add character to the course, as well.
Rates and Membership
Golfers can enjoy either course for $30 if they walk. Seniors receive a $5 discount and the walking rate for nine holes is $18. They do offer a twilight rate of $15 for walking at 6:30pm. Riding rates are about $15 more per 18 hole and $5 more for the twilight rate.
You can play the courses for just $5 if you have the Skyline Pass and you show up between 5am and 6am. You even get free coffee or a free soft drink.
The season pass allows for unlimited greens fees and a discounted cart fee. The cost is $680 for an adult, $490 for seniors, $275 for college students and juniors or $1,050 for families.
Find out more about both courses and the events happening throughout the summer at, http://www.golfduluth.com.