Minier, Illinois Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Minier, Illinois and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 5 golf courses within 20 miles of Minier, including 2 public, 2 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Minier area is the Pine Lakes Golf Club opened in 1960. The longest course is The Den at Fox Creek, which is 6,926 yards. North Greens Golf Course is rated the best course near Minier.

9 holes over 3,048 yards with a par of 36 (Public) Write a Review
10521 Boston School Road
Minier, IL 61759
(309) 392-2094
3 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review
9 holes over 3,390 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal) Write a Review
901 NE 1st St
Atlanta, IL 61723-7581
(217) 648-5500
12 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,926 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal) Write a Review
3002 Fox Creek Rd
Bloomington, IL 61705-5288
(309) 434-2300
14 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,832 yards with a par of 72 (Private) Write a Review
310 Country Club Dr
Pekin, IL 61554-2614
(309) 346-6888
18 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,501 yards with a par of 71 (Public) Write a Review
25130 Schuck Rd
Washington, IL 61571-9789
(309) 745-9344
18 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review
18 holes over 5,207 yards with a par of 67 (Public) Write a Review
2203 County Road 600 N
Secor, IL 61771-9523
(309) 744-2222
20 miles from the center of Minier. Write a Review

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