The University of Minnesota Les Bolstad Golf Course is Now Open!

Please be aware we have been having issues with our phone system in the golf shop. We are available via email, but we are hopeful that Centurylink and OIT will resolve the problem soon. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

We Look forward to seeing you soon!


Now Hiring!

Les Bolstad is looking to hire additional course rangers and starters. Perks include free golf and driving ranger privileges. Contact Adam Tilsner at tilsn012@umn.edu if you’re interested or have questions.


Purchase Your Season Pass

Season passes are now on sale! Purchase your pass before the course opens and you’ll receive a FREE Goldy Gopher head cover and two FREE rounds for guest use. A season pass gets you unlimited green fees and other course wide discounts.

Season Pass Rates

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GREAT GOLF

Located just minutes from downtown Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota campus, enjoy convenient and affordable golf in a parkland style course layout.

Legends such as Tom Lehman, Patti Berg, John Harris, Louis Lick, Karen Weiss and Les Bolstad have navigated their way around its tight fairways, ancient trees and elevated greens.

Maroon & Gold Patron Card

Now on sale for UMN affiliates! Having a Maroon & gold patron card gets you discounts on green fees, pro shop items, and priority tee times. Purchase before the course open and get a FREE medium bucket of range balls.

Maroon & Gold Patron Card Rates

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PREMIER PRACTICE FACILITY

Enjoy one of the largest driving ranges in the state. The University Driving Range has over 60 hitting stalls. Hit to target nets to hone a short game, or measure iron distances to Bolstad Golf Course's laser-sighted distance markers.

Distances from the tee to the pole markers are recorded daily using a laser-sighted yardage scope to ensure exact yardage, so golfers will always know how far balls are traveling.

As a significant educational resource to the university, the University of Minnesota Les Bolstad Golf Course has become the first Golf Lab site in the country. The Science of the Green Initiative has begun utilizing this historic golf facility to demonstrate how a golf course can become a laboratory for sustainability; focusing on engaging the community, achieving profitable finances, and producing a net positive environmental impact.

As a significant educational resource to the university, the University of Minnesota Les Bolstad Golf Course has become the first Golf Lab site in the country. The Science of the Green Initiative has begun utilizing this historic golf facility to demonstrate how a golf course can become a laboratory for sustainability; focusing on engaging the community, achieving profitable finances, and producing a net positive environmental impact.