The City of Sioux Falls owns three excellent municipal golf courses, Elmwood, Prairie Green and Kuehn Park. The courses are conveniently located and offer a great golf experience for players of all skill levels. Whether you play a little or a lot, the Sioux Falls municipal courses have great programs for you. The City's courses are managed by a private contractor, Landscapes Unlimited, which provides all clubhouse and grounds maintenance services. A significant portion of the revenues from the courses is set aside for course improvements, ensuring that the courses will continue to be the best in the region.
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Elmwood Golf Course
2604 W. Russell St.
The area's most popular course, Elmwood's 27 holes consist of two great courses, both challenging, fun and easy to walk. Our championship 18-hole layout is a classic parkland course, featuring tree-lined fairways, and large, well-bunkered, undulating greens. The East 9, our other regulation 9 hole course that does not require a tee time, is the best value in the region with green fees under $15.
You'll also enjoy the great practice greens and driving range facilities.
Kuehn Park Golf Course
2901 South Kuehn Park Rd
The best executive course in the area, Kuehn Park features a par 30 course that’s fast and fun for everyone. It is a great course for golfers of all abilities, but especially appealing to juniors, seniors and beginners. Excellent driving range and practice greens are also available.
Prairie Green Golf Course
600 E. 69th St.
A prairie treasure, Prairie Green was rated one of Golf Digest’s Best New Affordable Courses in 1996 and is currently the highest rated public course in the region. A beautiful prairie links style course designed by Dick Nugent, at Prairie Green you will experience generous fairways, stunning prairie wetlands, and well-bunkered greens.
Challenging from the back tees but playable for all, the course features four sets of tees, unbelievably affordable fees and the glorious big skies and wide open spaces of the prairie.