Tournament Golf Course
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community purchased Lone Pine Country Club in 2002. In 2003, the course was completely remodeled, and then reopened in late summer 2005 as The Meadows at Mystic Lake. The golf course has since drawn numerous prestigious awards and recognitions from Golf Digest, Golfweek, and Midwest Gaming and Travel.
Surrounded by 11 acres of wildflowers and prairie plants, The Meadows at Mystic Lake features pristine bent grass fairways, tees, and greens, making it one of the most enticing courses in the Twin Cities area. A 2,500-foot stream flows through the course and five waterfalls can be seen and heard throughout. 80 bunkers, 13 holes incorporating water, and 20 fountains create a USGA-rated golf experience.
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Hole by Hole Flyovers
The Meadows at Mystic Lake’s USGA-rated par-72, 7,135-yard championship layout was designed by golf course architects Garrett Gill and Paul Miller with serenity in mind, leaving much of the terrain as natural as possible. Mature trees gently frame the rolling fairways, manicured greens, and waterways, with an abundance of wildflowers and prairie plants adding to the beauty of the course.
Get a sneak peek at what the Legends will face come tournament time - how would YOU play each hole?!