Seeking Friendly Competition on the Links? We’ve Got You Covered
Long Prairie Country Club hosts approximately 25 tournaments throughout the golfing season, some of them promoting beneficial charities. In recent years, we have been a host site for nationally recognized organizations like The American Cancer Society, Make-A-Wish, Ducks Unlimited and more.
Long Prairie Country Club has also been the host site for business tournaments, including Dan’s Prize, Inc.; Lake Country; Long Prairie Packing Co.; and numerous others.
Our beautiful, unique course provides challenging enjoyment for individuals at any skill level. With competitive rates and an outstanding staff who want to hear from you, ask us to host your golf tournament today.
Recognized Charitable Tournaments
- The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
- Ducks Unlimited
- Fire Department Fundraisers
- High School Golf Fundraisers
- Lake Associations
- Long Prairie Memorial Hospital
- St. Mary’s Youth Fundraiser
Explore the many leagues and group games available at Long Prairie Country Club. Whether you are looking for something highly competitive or a league that is more laid-back, there’s definitely a group game that will suite your speed.
League play at LPCC occurs on the following days:
Two (2) Person,
Both the men’s and women’s leagues are handicap based and are done on a scorecard matched basis. These “fun” leagues are simply that… fun! Come out, play with your normal group and enjoy the game of golf in a relaxing setting. Gift certificates are awarded to the nightly winners.
There is no better way to introduce the next generation to the game of golf than through actually taking them to a course. At LPCC we welcome junior golfers and do all we can to encourage their interest in the game. Junior golf is a special time for kids to learn more about the game of golf. Our junior golf clinics, which are held in June, cover the golfing basics, including:
- Full Swing
- Short Game
During each clinic, prizes are awarded to the most improved golfer in each category covered. Following the clinics, a mini “club championship” is played to reward the kids for a great junior clinic.
High school golfers, who play on the high school team, can take part in a separate clinic that has a professional present. At these clinics the students dictate what is taught. The 45 minute lesson is then carried onto the course where the professional provides tips on different shot techniques and can critique areas for the students to improve.