One of Minnesota’s oldest golf courses, Long Prairie Country Club in Long Prairie, Minnesota, is an 18-hole golf course that has been a local favorite since opening in 1927. Originally a nine-hole course, Long Prairie expanded to 18 holes almost 80 years after opening and is now a premier track in the heart of Minnesota. The original nine at Long Prairie is a classic parkland layout with majestic, century-old oak trees lining the tight fairways. Long Prairie’s new nine features a more modern style of course design with a brilliant combination of parkland and links-style holes routed through a stunning setting. The 13th and 14th holes at Long Prairie are the highlight of any round. The par 4, 13th hole at Long Prairie Country Club features a 200-yard forced carry off the tee with water hugging the left side of the fairway and out-of-bounds to the right. The signature 14th hole is a short, 145-yard par 3 with a narrow, peninsula green. The combination of exciting holes and a picturesque landscape makes Long Prairie Country Club a must play for Minnesota golfers.