Hyland Greens reimagined
Hyland Greens Golf and Learning Center could become the new golf headquarters of Minnesota. In May, the City Council approved a memorandum of understanding for Hyland Greens Golf and PGA REACH Minnesota. A copy of the memorandum of understanding is available here.
The two parties are interested in formalizing discussions to potentially reimagine the existing Hyland Greens course, driving range and outdoor practice facilities. The plan would also construct a new building that would house several golf organizations, serve as a new clubhouse, event center and home of the Minnesota Golf Hall of Fame, and include a classroom and indoor golf training areas.
The agreement authorizes City staff and the PGA REACH Foundation to begin working on a possible partnership, and marks the start of an extensive planning and fundraising stage. In addition to fundraising, the City will look into operating and lease arrangements with PGA REACH.
Next steps will include an open house (date to be determined) to present more information and to answer questions from Bloomington residents. Hyland Greens, 10100 Normandale Boulevard, is celebrating its 56th year and is open to the public. Visit blm.mn/pgamou for some additional information.