Crow River Review
915 Colorado St NW, Hutchinson, MN • 320-587-3070
The Making of TAVERN '38
As we launch the new name of TAVERN '38 for the restaurant, I want you to know how it came about and why. We feel the restaurant is a very important amenity for our members, and it just wasn’t being used as much or as often as we thought and hoped it should--and not because of COVID. The past few years, we have struggled mightily to produce a consistent product and get the members and your guests to come out and be proud of what you have as a member of CRGC.

As for the name, it needed to be welcoming, friendly, and not golf related. It needed its own identity. I’m a firm believer in a club’s history, so the number 38 is a tribute to the year our club was founded. It will remind members and people who visit us that the club has been an integral part of this community for many years and will continue to do so for years to come.

We are making a commitment to TAVERN '38. The hours of operation have expanded in the kitchen by 40%, and our labor hours increased significantly as well to better serve you and your guests. The expansive menu will provide something for all palates and items that you just can’t get anywhere else in our great town.

TAVERN '38 is for you, the club member; there will be no advertising in the newspaper or local radio. We know we need to win your trust first and foremost. I look forward to seeing you soon in TAVERN '38 and thank you for supporting your club.
Tavern '38 Sneak Preview
BAR HOURS: April 15 - May 31
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun | 11am - 8pm
Thurs | 11am - 10pm
Saturday | 8am - 8pm
KITCHEN HOURS: April 15 - May 31
Tues, Thurs, Fri | Lunch (11 - 2)
Tues, Thurs, Fri | Dinner (4 - 8)
Saturday | Lunch (11 - 2)
from Superintendent Kevin
Welcome to the 2021 golf season! The course will soon be open. Here are some of my thoughts on how we decide to open to ensure a great season of play. 

First obviously, the snow has to be gone. Second, the ground has to thaw out. That will allow the moisture to soak in and dry out the course. Getting on the greens too early makes them rough, compacted, and thin. Also, allowing carts out too early creates wear and tear on areas close to the greens and tees. Although the damage might not be immediately seen, it causes issues later on, when the grass is under the most stress. This practice is very important to avoid these problems. Lastly, we were able to finish the projects that I mentioned last fall. A mild November and December allowed me to finish the tiling and remove the dead trees.  Also, Steve Walling did a lot of tree trimming. I would like to thank him for all that he accomplished.

I can’t wait to see you out enjoying our beautiful course. 
Jr. Golf Camp - 3 Sessions
Let our instructors help your junior learn and enjoy the game of golf for a lifetime. Our junior programs are created to help young golfers have fun while learning the fundamentals and understanding the etiquette and rules of the game. All levels from beginner to aspiring collegiate player welcome.
The only thing a golfer needs is more daylight. Ben Hogan