Sioux Falls, SD (2025)

This is Mapletøn, a destination golf course and clubhouse tucked into the hills just north of Sioux Falls, near Slip-Up Creek. The city’s first private club since 1959.

When Norwegian immigrants settled the Mapletøn Township some 150 years ago, I bet they never imagined it’d be more than farmland, a post office, a schoolhouse and a church. The Township still exists today, but clearly much has changed, with two interstates cutting through and a 7000+ yard, 18-hole golf course on the way.

We’re handling the structures at Mapletøn, including a clubhouse, halfway house, overnight lodging, cart storage, and maintenance building. Landscape architect Scott Hoffman is designing the course itself. We’ve collaborated to ensure the very best views and cleanest access from the structures to the course.

When all is said and done, the clubhouse will feature a pro shop, bar/lounge, restaurant, locker rooms, private meeting space, and an outdoor patio. The whole nine yards. Designed to surprise and delight.

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