A Course For Every Golfer
In Tatanka Bluffs, our nine golf courses offer something for everyone, from the first-time golfer to the seasoned pro. Visitors appreciate the varying ground conditions and reasonable prices of all of our courses.
- Mayflower Golf Course: This par 35, 9-hole course in Fairfax, MN offers reasonable green fees and will provide a fun afternoon golf outing for everyone in the family.
- Oakdale Golf Club: Visitors to the club find a par 72, 18-hole championship course featuring rolling hills, mature trees and expertly maintained greens running alongside the beautiful Lake Allie in Buffalo Lake, MN.
- Stoney Creek Golf Course: Sand bunkers, water hazards and natural wild flower areas await golfers at this 9-hole, 36-par course in Renville, MN. While strolling along the course, visitors are often visited by galloping deer and passing pheasants, among other animals.
- Olivia Golf Club: Established in 1928, the Olivia Golf Club is one of the oldest courses in the state of Minnesota. Local golfers consider this 9-hole, par 36 course among the best-kept secrets of Tatanka Bluffs.
- Farmers Golf & Health Club: Visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the Cottonwood River while getting in a round of golf at this par-36, 9-hole course in Sanborn, MN.
- Tracy Country Club: This country club offers a beautiful course in Tracy, MN, with a creek flowing through the middle of the course (which serves as a water hazard on three of the holes). Although the course only has 9-holes, additional tees can be used when playing an 18-hole round.
- Dacotah Ridge Golf Course: An enterprise of The Lower Sioux Indian Community, this course recently received certification as an Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary. Visitors appreciate the fact that the golf course blends seamlessly with the surrounding natural landscape of Tatanka Bluffs and the Community’s commitment to protecting the environment.
- Redwood Falls Golf Course: This venue offers a beautiful 18-hole, par 70 championship golf course tucked in the hills of the Redwood River Valley. After a round of golf, visitors often head inside to the newly remodeled Fibber McGee’s for dinner and drinks.