Giants Ridge Celebrates Start of Golf Season with Value-Packed Stay-and-Play Offer


(BIWABIK, Minn.)Giants Ridge – Minnesota’s leading golf resort set in the rugged beauty of the Mesabi Iron Range – is celebrating the arrival of golf season with a stay-and-play offer ideal for golf getaways.

Available from approximately mid-April (subject to the courses opening) through May 24, it includes one round of golf with cart on either of Giants Ridge’s two championship courses, range balls and accommodations at The Lodge at Giants Ridge. Weeknight rates begin at $99 (double occupancy) and $139 (single).

Weekend rates start at $139 (double occupancy) and $179 (single). Package rates are per person, per night. For reservations or to check on the opening date for the courses, call 877.442.6877. As a bonus, each golfer receives one $10 food and beverage voucher per night redeemable at Sleeping Giant Restaurant and Bar.

Located just over three hours from the Minneapolis – St. Paul metro area, Giants Ridge boasts two of the highest ranked layouts in state, The Quarry and The Legend. The Quarry is rated the “Best Course You Can Play” in Minnesota by Golfweek and GOLF Magazine. Now a “must-play” course, it was once home to a sand quarry and iron ore mine. Dramatically raised tees and hazards forged from reclaimed and repurposed mine land create unique challenges.

As its name implies, The Legend offers flat-out legendary golf. The original Giants Ridge course, designed by Jeffrey Brauer, The Legend is a true “northwoods” course featuring towering pines, giant fairways and majestic views of Wynne and Sabin Lakes. Its smooth edges and traditional design elements offer a stunning contrast to the starkly modern sibling, Quarry.

“Giants Ridge is home to two of the top-ranked layouts in the North Star State,” says John Kendall, Director of Golf. “Impeccable course conditions and a variety of lodging options to suit any budget and group size make Giants Ridge an excellent venue for a fun and memorable golf getaway.”

Offering unbeatable value and 36 thrilling holes, Giants Ridge has long been considered one of Minnesota’s best golf destinations. In addition to receiving a Golf Digest Editor’s Choice Award for “Best Golf Resorts in the Midwest,” Giants Ridge and its courses have received accolades from Golfweek, Golf Magazine, My Golf Spy, and Golf Advisor.

About Giants Ridge

Set in the rugged beauty of Minnesota’s northwoods, Giants Ridge, located in Biwabik, Minn., is a four-season, family-oriented resort. It is one of the single largest employers in the eastern region of the Iron Range and has a tremendous impact on the local economy. Giants Ridge has grown from a local ski hill (long ago) attracting local day visitors, to a four-season recreation destination attracting 100,000 guests each year from Minnesota, the United States and Canada.

Giants Ridge features two nationally-recognized 18-hole championship-caliber golf courses and a ski resort ranked among the very best in Minnesota. The Legend at Giants Ridge and The Quarry at Giants Ridge are ranked among Minnesota’s best golf courses. For skiers, Giants Ridge boasts 35 downhill runs, more than 60 km of cross country ski trails and one of Minnesota’s hottest terrain parks as well as a snow tubing park. The resort also offers miles of year-round recreation trails, including an expanding mountain bike trail system (which will be among the top destinations in the mountain biking world), water recreation, unbeatable lodging accommodations, dining, shopping and much more. It is an easy one-hour drive from Duluth and three hours from the Twin Cities.

More information:, 1.800.688.7669


About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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