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Ruttgers Bay Lake Lodge

Since 1921, being Minnesota's first golf resort has been an important part of Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge. The Lakes, our 18-hole Championship golf course, was brilliantly designed by the famous architect, Joel Goldstrand. In the company of two natural lakes, water is a key factor on ten holes. Carved from 100 acres of rugged northern woods terrain, each hole will offer you a challenge as well as the scenic beauty of Northern Minnesota.

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