Majestic Oaks Golf Club - Crossroads Golf Course
|Gold M: 71.1/131||376||433||489||310||157||336||379||176||509||3165||335||352||516||204||412||365||324||195||528||3231||6396|
|Black M: 68.9/126||351||404||463||285||140||299||342||150||472||2906||305||328||486||174||387||336||285||170||502||2973||5879|
|Silver M: 64.0/117 W: 68.3/121||283||321||395||266||117||259||289||119||406||2455||256||282||394||135||263||284||244||145||390||2393||4848|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
When i was at the cross roads it was confusing...
When I was at the actual cross roads it was confusing. There was some missing signs to follow to the next. I feel other golfers were confused as well. A different group of golfers played on hole 16 after i did. It should have a group behind me, not them. Overall, the course was fun and challenging. Fairways were narrow and you had to hit your shots straight or you’ll be looking in the rough or out of bounds for your ball.
Good value but slow
Good price for weekend with cart but experience was dampened due to slow play. Course is not overly challenging but is well maintained. Great facilities. Have played signature previously and would pay the extra for the better course.
Save your money
Course was like other courses in the metro area that had poana grass killed during the winter. Fairways were sparse of grass.
this course was in pretty good shape but the sand traps had more dirt that sand in them, otherwise was in good shape.
senior couples golf
went on a sunday mid-day and not super busy paul was a friendly and helpful ranger
it had rained so it was still a bit wet
had a good time, though
Not the toughest but good for an afternoon
I finally played the Crossroads course, as I have always played the Signature course. I like Signature more but I haven’t always been a huge fan of Majestic Oaks. It’s nice for weddings and receptions but I just haven’t fallen in love with the courses. The courses seem sprawled out to me, and it’s almost as if you are in a neighborhood with a golf course inside of it. Houses every inch of the course. Crossroads was fun, 6396 for the atypical gold tees. I prefer longer courses but 6300 is on par with similar caliber courses in the area. Some dog leg holes, a little bit of water you have to avoid, and some well placed fairway bunkers. Greens were better than they have been in the past, pretty dented from the lack of people fixing marks. They were fairly true as well, which I was a tad surprised by. This course is worth playing if you have an afternoon to burn and have to stay local. I personally would not choose this course as one to play if I had an afternoon to burn, but it is worth the consideration of others. The clubhouse is nice, they just renovated it and it’s very well done. The restaurant is and always will be my favorite part. I really enjoy their food, their appetizers are great and the food is overall very good. The range is fine. Nothing special, pay for balls and at least we were on grass. Decent course with plenty of trees and things to avoid. I’ll be back at some point, just not sure when as I will side with others.
Trees are us
Nice shape slower pace but still under six hours for a round played the crossroads stay in the fairway or take extra strokes.
Tucked away in the north metro
Majestic oaks Crossroads is a fun, tight, quiet retreat in Ham Lake. Greens were good, fairways were average, the cart gal was sweet, but I don't understand why the snack shelter was unused on a busy Sunday. I think they're missing the boat as there is no returning to the club house between nines. Pace was ok for a Sunday, we played in four hours and 20 minutes. I enjoy this course and I would have paid for a hot dog, brat or burger at the turn if food was available.
Plain Jane Course
The Crossroads Course at Majestic Oaks is the plain Jane sister to the more popular Signature Course. The course is not very long, 5,879 yards from the middle tees, and not very difficult, with a 68.9 rating and 118 slope from the middle tees. Nevertheless, the course does provide an interesting golf round, with both long and short holes, a few doglegs, and several forced carries on tee shots and approach shots. The terrain is fairly flat, with no elevation changes to speak of. Fairways are generously wide, but OB does lurk on one side or the other on most holes, as the course winds through a large townhouse development. We played very late in the season, mid-November, but the course was still in great condition, The greens were a little slow but rolled very true. Proper placement of tee shots is imperative on many of the holes. The dogleg left 463 yard par 5 third hole is an example. Unless they can rely on a draw, long hitters run a risk of hitting their drive through the fairway. A fairway wood or hybrid may be a better choice off the tee. Similarly, the 285 yard par 4 fourth hole requires that the tee shot favor the right side of the fairway in order to have a clear approach to the green. The par 5 12th is almost a double dogleg, requiring some thought to the second shot depending on where your drive ends up. The Crossroads is a good choice for walkers, seniors, and others who may not be ready for the challenge of the more difficult (and more expensive!) Signature Course at Majestic Oaks.
Just not worth the price they Are asking. Especially with tools like this site, it is too easy to find a nicer course or a better price, depending on what you want to play. Nothing exciting about the layout so conditions need to be much better for this price.