Welcome to Oneka Ridge Golf Course

The Junior golf lessons for today Sunday July 26th will be cancelled due to weather.

We will not be allowing golf carts on the course today Sunday July 26th due to excessive water on the course.

Face Masks are REQUIRED! to enter the clubhouse at Oneka Ridge Golf Course

We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every customer for their patience, understanding and cooperation during this challenging time.  We are also going to ask for your help.

We have been working diligently to keep up with the messaging from MDH, CDC, WHO, MN Dept of Public Safety, DNR, MN Gambling and Alcohol and other organizations that dictate the rules regarding COVID-19.  We’re sending this out as a reminder of the rules set forth and are asking for your continued understanding and cooperation.

 

As many of you know, due to restrictions put on us we may from time to time have a cart shortage.  Please understand that we have brought in additional staff to retrieve and sanitize carts before the carts are sent back out with a different user.  Carts go out in order of tee times.  You will not be able to take a cart earlier than 15 minutes prior to your tee time or as soon as a cart is available, which ever is shorter.

We are allowed to have the patio open as long as the tables are at least 6 feet apart and there are no more than 4 people per table and less than 50 people total on the patio at any time.  We have 48 chairs out there.  Please do not move tables closer together than the 6 foot rule. Wearing a face mask is highly recommended.

We can sell beverages using the window on the north side of the building and have marks on the path and entry sidewalk indicating the 6 foot rule. 

The clubhouse restrooms are open and cleaned frequently. However, keeping them clean between use is a challenge.  There is room for one person per restroom at a time unless you’re from the same household. This flow seems to be working fine. 

 

We’ll also take this opportunity to remind golfers to keep carts on the path where paths are available and to repair ball marks on the greens.  The grounds crew has been focused on improving the playability and we hope you’ve noticed improvements in the fairways and approaches.  We’ve added a bunker on the #1 fairway and we’re modifying the bunker on #17. 

 

Thank you all again! We sincerely appreciate your business.

 

As of right now there is only one way to make a tee time and that is by calling 651-429-2390.  There are only two ways to make payments for your round of golf.  We prefer that you use our online payment system by clicking here, follow the instructions and put in the comments section what time tee you (Please put date and time) are paying for.  If this does not work for you, you can always call and give us payment over the phone.

Other guidelines are below as to what our policies are in place now.

Biffs are located near the 5th green and also near the 13th tee.

COVID-19 rules:

Leave the flagstick in the hole.

Maintain 6 feet of social distance.  About the distance of arms outstretched or length of a golf cart.

No rakes, benches or ball washers are allowed on the course.

One rider per cart unless you’re from the same household.

Please return your cart to the area near the cart barn for disinfecting.

 

Sincerely,

Jon Hatcher, PGA Head Golf Professional

Online sign ups for all of our summer leagues are now available under the leagues tab at the top of this page. Just select league registration forms and choose the appropriate league. Also available, all junior and adult spring and summer group lessons are now available for sign up. Select the golf lessons tab at the top of this screen and choose the appropriate group.

2020 JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM

SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Oneka Ridge Golf Course will be using the following safety guidelines to help ensure the safety of all our students, instructors, and their families.

  • Each class will have no more than 8 students. (6 for Tiny Tots ages 4-6)
  • No flagsticks will be used, and students will not reach into the cup at any time.
  • One student per hole on the practice green.
  • Short Game Stations will be a minimum of 8 feet apart.
  • Hitting stations on the driving range will be a minimum of 8 feet apart.
  • Instructors will remain a minimum of 6 feet from students and will not be moving or touching students.
  • Instructors and staff will not be touching student equipment (golf bags, golf clubs, or golf balls.
  • There will be no water cooler for students on the range. Students must bring their own water bottle.
  • All training aids will be sanitized between each session.
  • All SNAG Golf equipment will be sanitized between each session.
  • If a student is not feeling well, we ask that they stay at home and we will do our best to make up the session in a timely manner.

We appreciate your cooperation with helping us meet and exceed our expectations for a safe and fun 2020 Summer Junior Golf Program here at Oneka Ridge Golf Course.

Oneka Ridge Golf course is conveniently located just 5 minutes north of White Bear Lake, MN  off Hwy.61. This privately owned public course features forgiving fairways and excellent greens, 18 holes of golf, superb grass range, practice putting and chipping greens. The clubhouse features a dining area where carry-out food is served, a full service bar, a large proshop and a patio overlooking the 18th green. Oneka Ridge is a course that accommodates all ability levels.

Testimonials"I drive 38 miles from Burnsville 5 days a week to play golf at Oneka Ridge. The first 10 years I had a 12 minute drive from Little Canada. I have tried many different courses in the south metro and St. Paul. With the improvements they have made in the past 5 years, plus the great staff, that is like no other, and the wonderful friendships I have made, I have no reason to even look at other courses!  I did not even mention the many leagues they have that truly make Oneka stand out. "   --- Ken D.

"Great staff, great course and great times!" ---Greg B.

Members of Rice Creek Water Shed explaining water reuse project on #18 to Legislators and dignitaries from around the state.

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