Baker National Golf Course is located in Medina, Minnesota, in the heart of the sprawling Baker Park Reserve. The course is spread out over 210 plush acres, and features a practice area, driving range, a challenging nine-hole Executive Course, and the nationally recognized 18-hole Championship Course. The course fits seamlessly alongside the natural beauty of its surroundings, with the native vegetation preserved throughout the entire picturesque course. In fact, in 1995, Baker National was designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by the Audubon International, a cooperative program sponsored by the United States Golf Association that recognizes courses that conserve the natural resources of their surroundings while preserving the integrity of the land on which it rests. Baker also participates in the First Tee program, which is dedicated to providing affordable golf to kids. There is also a small but well-stocked clubhouse located on the grounds to service both your golfing and nourishment needs.