Boulder Pointe Golf Club is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Elko, Minnesota, nly 2 miles west of Interstate 35 on County Road 2 and 91.
Boulder Pointe Golf Club first opened for play in August 2002. The course was designed by Don Herfort, and Kevin Norby.
The course is laid out over rolling terrain, with many wooded areas and natural wetlands throughout the design. The rolling fairways lead to generous, challenging greens that are guarded by skillfully placed bunkers. Water comes into play on 14 holes.
The 18 Hole, Par 72 layout with multiple tees offers a unique challenge to golfers of all skill levels. The course measures 6,284 yards from the back tees.
$36 (cart included), played on Tuesday, June 2014 at 2pm
I dont know what happened to this once fun course but it is really sad. Our group used to have it in the rotation and play it once or twice a month. We played there tuesday for the first time this season and will NEVER go back. The fairways havent been mowed and are in garbage shape. The dandielions are every where. The greens and tee boxes are pathetic. We had a PGA card which is buy one get one and they said they would only give us twilight rate. The restaurant is shut down permenantly. The staff are jerks. One had the nerve to just say to us as we are going out that the course is in fabulous shape. This course used to be a hidden gem of the south metro but now is cut down to nothing. Not taken care of and is truly sad. If I owned a house on this course I would be pissed.
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