Due to a high call volume we request that everyone please read the below FAQ's before booking or calling the golf shop. Please note that all of our actions during this time are entirely based on safety. We appreciate your patience, cooperation and respect as this allows us to remain open and offer a safe experience for both our guests and staff.
You are encouraged to book online vs calling the golf shop to book a tee time.
1. Do you have tee times available?
Yes, tee times are available at a limited capacity in order to maintain safety. All tee times must be booked in advance. No exceptions.
2. Can I walk up and play?
No, you must book in advance online or via phone. If you walk up you will be directed to call or book online before you are allowed to stand in our socially distanced check in line.
3. How early should I arrive before my tee time?
Do not come to the clubhouse more than 15 minutes before your tee time. Congregating around the clubhouse or on any area of the facility, including the course, is strictly prohibited.
4. Are you allowing carts?
Yes, carts are single rider use only unless you are sharing with someone from your household. Pull carts are also available.
5. Is the driving range open?
Yes, however space is limited and we are only allowing 1 bucket per guest, per visit.
6. Is the clubhouse serving food?
Yes, but with a very limited menu. We will offer hot dogs, brats, pre-made sandwiches and pre-packaged snacks. All beverage will be pre-packaged, no fountain drinks or draft beer will be offered.
7. Can we bring our own beer or food?
No outside food or alcohol is permitted.
8. Can I get food at the turn?
No, you are only permitted to purchase food and beverage items before your round.
9. What merchandise is available for purchase?
A limited supply of essentials will be available for purchase. All items have been removed from the floor to avoid browsing and are located behind the counter. Please ask for anything you need at check in.
10. What are our safety procedures and what can you expect when you are on site?
Please click here to read more details and information.
11. Why is Lester Park closed for 2020?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Duluth city services have been adversely affected and tough decisions made to protect the financial integrity of the City. Across Duluth, most recreational facilities and amenities have been restricted or closed completely and it’s unfortunately necessary to close Lester Park golf course for the 2020 season.
We sincerely regret Lester Park will be closed in 2020 and understand for many citizens, golf is a primary way to stay active and healthy, connect with friends and family and enjoy the natural world. We also understand it is not just golf in general, but golf at Lester that is particularly cherished.
Fortunately, golf is one of the few sports which can be played safely in this uncertain time and Enger Park has prepared extensively to safely provide a golf experience for all Duluth residents.