Minneapolis Golf Club

Minneapolis Golf Club is a golf club located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Designed by Willie Park, Jnr. and Donald Ross, the Minneapolis golf course opened in 1917. The club hosted the U.S. Amateur Championship in 1950 as well as the PGA Championship in 1959, which Bob Rosburg won.

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