Wolfridge Golf Course Reviews

Most Unusual Course Feature: A huge knob in the middle of #1 green (Rumor has it that this architectural oddity is the brain child of resident turf grass manager, Roger Makela.)
Speed of Play: A quick round if you keep it in the fairway.
Best Change for Birdie: #4 (Red Course) & #4 (Blue Course)
Speed Of Greens: Medium fast and consistent throughout.
Best Par 3: #2 (Red Course) But beware--there's no bailout area here!
Best Chance For A Bogey: #1 (Red Course) & #8 (Blue Course)
The One Shot You Need: A high, soft approach.
Don't Miss The View: From the #4 tee (Red Course)
Size of Greens: Smaller than average.
Don't Forget To: Take time to enjoy the wild flowers and the dramatic outcroppings of glacial rock.
Ammunition Required: Bring an extra sleeve or two as more than 30 water hazards come into play.
Best Golf Hole: #6 (Red Course)
Never: Be long on #1 or #9 (Red Course)
Make Sure You Take Enough Club: #6 (Red Course) demands a forced carry over water and plays longer than it looks.
Most Distinctive Course Feature: The wilderness character--keep your eyes open for wildlife.
Best Blueberry Picking: Just south of #4 tee (Red Course).
After The Round Is Over: Check out the clubhouse--a custom log design by Voyageur Log Homes.
Special Bonus: Five Fortune Bay Casino dollars for every paid green fee.