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Edina Country Club Golf Course 18 Holes,  Par 72
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Tee Yardage Rating Slope
White (W)5,48571.9127.0
Course Information:
Designer: Tom Bendelow/Tom Lehman & Chris Brands
Year: 1923
The Edina Country Club, originally a 9-hole course (known as Thorpe Country Club), opened in 1923. Renowned architect Tom Bendelow designed the 18-hole course that opened for play one year later. With the clubhouse changing locations, the sequence of holes has changed numerous times through the years, but the layout is basically the same. In 2010-11, the team of 1996 British Open champion and former No. 1-ranked player in the world, Tom Lehman, and partner Chris Brands redesigned the course, installing new greens complexes, bunkers, tees and fairway grasses -- but keeping the same basic layout. The terrain is gently rolling, with numerous, but subtle, elevation changes and a repeated theme is the very close proximity from green to tee, making it a very friendly course for walking. The tees and greens have been designed to allow a large variety of set-ups to insure the everyday player has a unique experience each time on the course. An enjoyable day on the course should be one where a player uses every club in their bag was one of the primary principals of the Lehman Design Group's plan. The course has been changed to have a natural 'old school' feel and look that takes advantage of the nuances of the land with careful consideration to not create a manufactured style that is more prevalent of newer courses today. In keeping with an older style mantra, the course does have a rustic but groomed approach to the maintenance regime. The golf course does exhibit some specimen trees thoughout the property that are highlighted through newly created views and vistas. Visually it incorporates a natural theme of stone and wood throughout the amenities that are provided on the course. A minimalistic, eco-friendly/sustainable philosophy is a cornerstone of the design and maintenance decisions that lead the course into the future. As part of the complete course experience the practice facilities are part of the long term plan to allow players the opportunity to work on their games under the conditions that are indentical to what they experience on the course. The golf course is known as one of the finest in the state of Minnesota. The club has hosted many fine state and national championships including the Men's and Women's Trans-Miss, Minnesota State Open, Minnesota State Senior Open, Minnesota PGA Championship, Minnesota Men's and Women's Amateur, Western Junior Championship, MNPGA Junior Championship, MGA Mid-Amateur, MGA Women's Mid-Amateur, PGA-MGA Cup Matches and several USGA qualifying tournaments.