Continuing the TLC Golf Tradition!
This 18-hole, par 71 course has 4 sets of tees ranging from 4805 to 6306 in yardage and offers gently rolling hills and natural reclaimed Minnesota wetlands to challenge all levels of golfers. Crystal Lake Golf Course is honored to be one of 23 courses in Minnesota that has qualified for ‘Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary’ certificate. This honor requires a high degree of demonstration in multiple areas including, environmental planning, wildlife & habitat management, integrated pest management, water conservation, water quality and outreach & education.
Noon: Shotgun Start for Golf Tournament
If you need assistance registering or have questions, contact Jane at 651-224-6413 or Christy@elevatelifeusa.org.
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