2018 Calendar of Events
Easter Buffet April 1
Lobster Boil April 21
Mother's Day Buffet May 13
Opening Scramble TBD
High School Golf Meet May 17
Ladies Opening Party May 29
Tee Off at Cancer Fundraiser June 12
Fiesta Scramble June 16
Junior PGA Tournament June 22
Monte Shootout June 25
Ag Open July 9
Ladies Mid-Season Party July 24
Senior Club Championship July 28
Couple’s Tournament August 12
CCMH Tournament August 13
Ice Castle Open August 17-18
Club Championship August 25-26
Football Fundraiser September 8
Ryder Cup TBD
last updated February 14, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
(Dates are subject to change, dates pending for additional tournaments 2/09/18)
Sit back and relax and let the staff of The Crossings prepare your special day!
We take care of all the fine details for you. We will set-up the entire facility for your event. We
will also take care of all of the clean-up, so you can enjoy your day. We use real silverware, glassware, and plates. Full linen service is available to match your décor. A full staff of servers
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This event raised over $3,000 for the Chippewa County Montevideo Hospital Oncology Department. Thank you to everyone in the community, family and friends who prepped participated and donated to the fundraiser and make it such a huge success. Look for this tournament again in the summer of 2018.
Sunday & Saturday
Mon, Tues & Thur Closed
and bartenders are furnished at no extra charge. The only thing you need to provide is the personalized decorations. Find more information about planning your next event
at The Crossings
The Crossings at Montevideo, formerly known as the Montevideo Country Club, was originally built in 1923 as a nine hole course. In 1994, the second nine was completed. The Crossings is now a challenging 18 hole course with rolling hills interesting greens and just the right amount of sand to keep golfers on their toes. It is located on the bank of the Minnesota River where the Chippewa River crosses into the Minnesota River.
Original trees on the course make it both scenic and fun. Although the course is only 6207 yards from the Championship tees, there are shots that must be strategically played or the golfer will find challenges never dreamed possible.