New Ulm Country Club
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New Ulm Country Club is a picturesque 18-hole, par 71, semi-private course surrounded by Flandrau State Park and perched atop the bluffs of the Cottonwood River. The fairways are bordered by many mature oak trees.
The Country Club was established in 1929 as a 9-hole course and expanded to 18 holes in 1966. The front 9 saw a remodeling effort in 2001 with the addition of hazards, greenside moundings, tee boxes and sand traps to add overall depth to the course.
We have leagues, tournaments and programs for every golfer.
We have a fully-stocked Pro Shop with the latest styles, equipment, and our PGA Professional, Tim Huffman, that can help with club fitting or repair.
Our clubhouse is open to the public and home to the Cottonwood Grill and offers a variety on the menu for everyone, as well as a banquet area suited to host up to 350 guests, with no rental fee.
New Ulm Country Club is the perfect venue to host weddings, parties, anniversaries, and meetings. Chef Josh will assist in making your function one to remember. We can accommodate small or large groups with a variety of services.
Our facility seats up to 350 people. The main dining room overlooks the banks of the Cottonwood River with breathtaking views.
Our dining room has been decorated with light colors, ready to be enhanced with your own personal touch.
The staff at New Ulm Country Club is one of the friendliest you will find anywhere.
Call Chef Josh Kuck today and book your upcoming event. We have no rental fee to use our facilities.
- We offer memberships for all ages in a semi-private setting - Learn More
- Our pro shop has one of the biggest selections of golf apparel and equipment in southern Minnesota.
- The Cottonwood Grill is Open to the Public with Executive Chef Josh Kuck showcasing his culinary skills.
- New Ulm Country Club is the perfect venue to host weddings, parties, anniversaries, and meetings.
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We are located next to Flandrau State Park. Go South on Summit Avenue all the way which will then turn into Golf Drive.