One of the biggest events in Minnesota golf history happened August 2 at the TPC-Twin Cities during the annual 3M Championship.
What makes pace of play so important? Think of it this way, would you rather drive to work when traffic is moving at the speed limit or during a heavy traffic jam? The answer is simple, however solving pace of play issues at golf facilities is usually not. Here are three simple rules to abide by to solve pace of play issues at your facility.
It sure hasn’t felt like spring, but the calendar says it is, so I guess we’ll believe it.
Spring means many of the area golf courses have opened in the past couple weeks. With all the recent rain the courses are becoming quite green and should have some healthy growth.
TPC ROSE and TPC Twin Cities are presenting Chic with Chardonnay, a Women’s Fashion and Wine Event, Saturday, April 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at TPC Twin Cities, 11444 Tournament Players Parkway, Blaine.
Fans who stuck around the 17th and 18th holes to see the conclusion of the 2013 3M Championship were treated to some magnificent golf, yet again.
Five days after Mark Wiebe won the Senior British Open at Royal Birkdale in five playoff holes against defending 3M Champion Bernhard Langer, the American found himself in contention again, this time after the first round of the 3M Championship in Blaine, Aug. 2.
It’s the end of July and we are in the peak of our Minnesota golf season. You probably haven’t been able to play as much as you’d like, but I hope that you’ve still been able to get a few rounds in. How is that body holding up? How does your neck feel? What about [...]
Whether it has been a Minnesota tater tot hot dish with ground buffalo or fried catfish and hush puppies, Tournament Players Club-Twin Cities executive chef Peter Metzger has been dishing out Minnesota cuisine with a twist, southern comfort foods and much more to professional golfers at the 3M Championship since 2001.