The Ponds at Battle Creek Golf Course
The Ponds at Battle Creek Golf Course is a regulation length, par 35 9-hole golf facility with a significant practice/teaching range. The golf course development and operation is a joint effort of the Ramsey County Community Corrections and Parks and Recreation departments. Inmate labor is utilized for ongoing maintenance of the facility grounds and buildings. The use of inmate labor is part of the Productive Day Program employed by the Community Corrections Department.
This parkland prairie-style course features multiple tee placements to attract players of all skill levels. The unique landscape offers the challenge and beauty of sixteen ponds, flatlands and dramatic hillside vistas.
The 50-station lighted practice/driving range is open every day from sunrise to sundown. A large putting green is featured at the front entrance of the course. A unique and separate practice chipping area provides golfers an opportunity to work on their short game. The quaint farm-style clubhouse overlooks the entire course and preserves the historic rural tradition of the site. Indoor and outdoor patio seating provides comfort and relaxation while golfers enjoy their favorite beverage and a snack after a fun round of golf.
Visit the site and observe the care given to protecting and enhancing the sensitive wetlands on this beautiful property. This golf facility is a model development in the art of addressing environmental issues while providing an active recreational opportunity for all to enjoy.
Hours of Operation
The Ponds at Battle Creek is now closed for the season.
Reserve your tee time up to 10 days in advance
by calling (651) 501-6321, or select a rate type
below to book online up to 14 days in advance:
Tournaments and Events
For information regarding booking The Ponds at Battle Creek for a tournament or event, including pricing and menus, download the 2015 Tournament & Event Packet. Please note that the request form should be returned at least 14 days prior to your event to secure your spot. Please contact Head Golf Professional Brad Behnke, PGA, with any questions about tournaments and events.
2015 Greens Fees
- 9-holes Weekend: $20.50
- 9-holes Weekday: $19.50
- Second 9-holes Weekend: $12.00
- Second 9-holes Weekday: $11.50
Patron Card: $75
Battle Creek-Only Patron Card: $40
- 9-holes Weekend: $18.00
- 9-holes Weekday: $17.00
- Second 9-holes Weekend: $9.50
- Second 9-holes Weekday: $9.00
Players must hold a valid Ramsey County Golf Patron Card or The Ponds Battle Creek Patron Card to receive patron rates. The Patron discount applies at any time.
- 9-holes Weekend: $16.50
- 9-holes Weekday: $14.50
- Second 9-holes Weekend: $3.50
- Second 9-holes Weekday: $4.00
Senior rate is for golfers 62-years-old and older. Rate is available anytime.
- Battle Creek Only Season Pass: $725
- Senior Battle Creek Only Season Pass: $575
- Ramsey County Season Pass: $1,500
- Senior Ramsey County Season Pass: $1,200
- Juniors: 9-holes $12.00, Second 9-holes $4.50
Rate available to golfers 18-years-old and younger. Rate is available anytime Monday – Friday (except holidays), weekends and holidays after 1 p.m., or anytime with paid adult.
- Junior Season Pass: $450.00
Valid during junior times only.
- Sundown Special $11.00
Begins 1½ hours before sunset. Play unlimited number of holes until dark!
Practice Range Fees
- 20 balls (warm up): $3.00
- 30 balls (1 token): $4.50
- 60 balls (2 tokens): $8.00
- 90 balls (3 tokens): $ 10.00
- Key: $60.00
*One key equals twenty-two 30 ball buckets.
Golf Cart Rentals
*Please note, Senior golf cart rates are available during Senior times only.
- 9-holes: $10.50
- Second 9-holes: $4.50
- Senior 9: $8.50*
- Senior Second 9: $3.00*
- Daily Wheelage: $18.00 per cart
Specific league information, statistics, schedules and online registration for all leagues and programs is available at www.pondsatbattlecreek.com
. Find out more information about leagues
Course Superintendent Update
Contact The Ponds at Battle Creek
- Brad Behnke
- Rob Adams
The Ramsey County Golf Courses are under the direction of the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners through the Parks and Recreation Department.