Somerby is one of the top-rated golf courses in the state of Minnesota with outstanding playing conditions that provide an exceptional golf experience unparalleled in the region. Constructed in 2004 by renowned golf course architects John Fought and Tom Lehman, our 18-hole Championship golf course has quickly gained respect from players of all skill levels. Offering a variety of shot options, our course provides opportunity for a novice player, while challenging even the most accomplished golfer. Somerby is a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary incorporating natural elements throughout the course. Playing at Somerby will be an unforgettable experience every time you hit the course.
From delighting families who just want to have fun together to accommodating serious golfers who strive to improve their game, our simulator does it all - in any weather and in any season. The range of capabilities is nearly endless with customizable programs to play both family-friendly games and challenging golf courses, along with club fittings and virtual lessons focused on analyzing and improving individual performance.
Whether it’s your first time swinging a club or you are serious about improving your game, our golf instruction programs are here to take your game to the next level. We offer a variety of programs for players of all skill levels such as individual lessons, group clinics, and junior academies all with the primary focus of helping you enjoy the game of golf more.
The practice area at Somerby features a large warm-up teeing area grassed in bentgrass matching the characteristics of the golf course tees. A smaller teeing area has been constructed at the opposite end of the range that includes a bunkered practice green allowing golfers to work on every aspect of their short game. For those looking for a challenge, our one-acre, 18-hole putting course will give you just that. This exclusive feature was the first of its kind among private courses in the Midwest and remains the largest putting green in the state of Minnesota.