October 31, 2018

Royal Golf Club Introduces New Hole-by-Hole Online Course Guide

You spend time finding the perfect clubs, working every kink out of your swing and making sure that you’re prepared for every possible weather condition.

Don’t let your game suffer from a lack of knowledge of the course in front of you.

The Royal Golf Club is excited to introduce a new Online Course Guide on the club’s website. Located under the “Golf” tab (Layout), the new section offers golfers the chance to become better acquainted with both the Queen’s Nine designed by Annika Sörenstam and the King’s Nine designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer.

As the Royal Golf Club celebrates its inaugural season, the course continues to strive to make things accessible for everyone in the golfing public. With this new guide, the club is taking the next step in sharing our course with golf enthusiasts, including those who call Lake Elmo home.

The guide contains valuable information such as distances from the five different colored tees and info on scores for all levels of handicaps. It helps to identify how golfers at all levels will approach their rounds. Whether you’re driving from the green tees or the royal, no player will be left questioning what they are up against.

No matter if you’re a seasoned vet looking to find ways to reduce your score or a first-time player scouting the course, the Royal Golf Club is a challenge for every golfer.

Need proof? Look no further than the ANNIKA Foundation Intercollegiate tournament that brought some of the best women college golfers in the nation to Minnesota.

The Royal Golf Club online guide offers concise descriptions of each and every hole with a little advice thrown in for good measure. With commentary written by legendary golfer Annika Sörenstam herself, and Thad Layton, senior golf architect of the Arnold Palmer Design Company, the hole descriptions and helpful diagrams allow players to plan every drive, chip and putt in meticulous detail.

Preparing for your next round has never been easier, the online course guide also includes printable scorecards and a birds-eye-view image of the course. Perfect for making sure the only thing you’ll worry about when you step up to the first tee is hitting it straight.

Beautiful photos of the course highlight each description of the holes, giving the section a sense of majesty and offering the perfect resource for convincing your friends to come out and play a round alongside you.

Golf is a game of details, and at the Royal Golf Club we make sure that every piece of information is open to the public, just like our course!

For the online course guide visit: