Hacker Hills will test a golfer’s skills across a mix of three distinct terrains: rolling prairie land, heavily wooded ridgeline and river valley dotted with native pecan trees. The dramatic layout is also cut by the Lower Minnesota River, which runs alongside the course’s memorable finishing holes. With five sets of tees ranging from 7,205 yards for the scratch golfer to 4,953 yards on the forward tees for the novice or beginner, Hacker Hills ultimately provides a tough but fair challenge for players of every level. Thanks to its compelling design and its championship-quality conditioning, the course has become a favorite among local Tour players and amateurs alike. Plus, its 13-acre practice facility and team of PGA- certified professionals allow golfers the opportunities to work on and improve their game while on site.
Hacker Hills is great.