The Preserve course at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa, Minnesota has reopened for play following a series of renovations to the Mike Morley and Dan Helbling designed course.
Work has included the expanded tee boxes and repaved cart paths, and a 10,000 sq ft marsh on the course’s fifth hole has been filled in.
A hill on the sixth hole has also been lowered in order to open up the view of the landing area from the tee box.
Dead or out of place trees have also been removed, and renovations have also been made to the clubhouse and pro-shop.
“When you pull into the course, you will notice a change,” said Nathan Erickson, the golf professional at the Preserve. “Every hole had work done to it in some shape or form. I am truly excited to hear everyone’s reaction. We really aimed at trying to improve the entire facility and create a great better experience for all our guests. I really believe we have accomplished that.”