Keller Golf Course, a classic-style championship-quality golf course, boasts a rich history and tradition that’s unmatched by any other public golf course in Minnesota. Built in 1929, Keller has hosted several PGA and LPGA golf tournaments during its impressive 85-year history.
A short drive from both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, Keller provides a challenging and scenic golf experience perfect for business outings, tournaments and recreational play for casual and avid golfers. The multiple tee system enhances course fairness and playability. A certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, Keller also features seven acres of high-quality natural habitat in no-play areas.
A Proud History
Keller Golf Course has been the home of several PGA and LPGA golf tournaments and was a regular stop on both professional tours. Keller was the host of the St. Paul Open 1930-1968; the National PGA Championship 1932 and 1954; the Western Open 1949; the Patty Berg Golf Classic 1970-1980; and the National Amateur Public Links Championship was held at Keller in 1931. Photos of golf’s historic champions grace its walls as they once roamed the hallowed fairways of Keller Golf Course.
Keller Golf Course underwent an extensive renovation in 2013 and 2014. Renovations include new clubhouse and pro shop buildings, fairway regrassing, an upgraded driving range, and new greens, tees, bunkers, cart paths, drainage and irrigation systems.