Oak Ridge Country Club in Hopkins, Minnesota features a 6612 yard championship level golf course with a par of 70. The original nine holes were completed in 1921, these are now holes 10 through 18 and feature the 540 yard par 5 number 14.

In 1942 the second nine holes were built, holes 1 through 9. The course features bent grass greens, tees, and fairways. An abundance of mature trees and well placed bunkers reward accurate tee shots. The naturally rolling terrain creates interesting shots on each and every hole. Oak Ridge is a challenging and fair course that rewards accuracy and great short game play. Golfers of all skill levels will find a course that both tests their skills and creates an enjoyable golf experience.

Dress Codes

It is the expectation of the Golf Committee that all golfers’ attire will be appropriate, tasteful and in good repair on the golf course as well as all practice areas. The determination of compliance with the aforementioned standard lies solely with the Golf Professional staff. Compliance of both members and guests is both expected and appreciated.
The following articles of clothing are not permitted: Metal-spiked golf shoes, denim, swim or athletic wear, yoga leggings, t-shirts, tank or halter tops, camouflage attire or overly short skirts or shorts. Hats must be worn facing forward.
Acceptable golf attire to include:

Men: Collared golf shirts, mock neck golf shirts, golf pants, Bermuda length golf shorts and cargo shorts.

Women: Collared and non-collared golf shirts, collared sleeveless and racerback golf shirts. Shorts and skorts must be tasteful and be long enough to not see your bottom at any time standing or bending down. Leggings are permitted when worn under shorts or skorts.