Course of the Week: Braemar Golf Course

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On May 15, the city of Edina, Minn., will unveil its new, Richard Mandell-designed 18-hole Braemar Golf Course on the site of the old 27-hole layout. Jeff Mold serves as superintendent of the course.

Braemar is the first new 18-hole municipal golf course built in the state of Minnesota since 2003. The course has already been awarded an ASGCA Design Excellence Award highlighting not just the golf architecture of the course, but the environmental successes achieved there as well, another example of how golf and nature work well together.

The pin on the No. 11 gree at Braemar. Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

The pin on the No. 11 green at Braemar. Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

 

An aerial view of the No. 15 green complex. Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

An aerial view of the No. 15 green complex. Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

 

Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

No. 12 tee and No. 16 green. Photo: Richard Mandell Golf Architecture

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