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Albert Lea Golf Club, CLOSED 2006
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Albert Lea Golf Club, CLOSED 2006

1701 Country Club Rd, Albert Lea,Minnesota,56007
Type: Semi-Private, open to the public
No. Holes: 18
Detailed description
Albert Lea Golf Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Albert Lea, Minnesota, 90 miles south of the Twin Cities near the Iowa state line.

Albert Lea Golf Club first opened for play in 1922

Albert Lea is a demanding course. Trees and water hazards come into play on a few holes, but the fairways are typically wide. The Albert Lea Golf Club is a par-72 course that plays to a maximum distance of 5,869 yards. Guests must be accompanied by a club member to play on weekends.

Albert Lea Golf Club closed in 2006.

After the Club went bankrupt in 2006, it was purchased by a local land developer who ripped up the course with plans of building a housing community on-site. The new owner, hit with the collapse of the hosing market and economy also declared bankruptcy after banks foreclosed on the property.