Bloomer Memorial Golf Course was originally designed in 1930 by Gus Norman and is a city owned course. It began as a 9 hole course and in 1992 another 9 was added through a generous donation by Dr. Marne Asplundh (Doc) and his wife Mary. The second 9 opened in 1994. In 1998, the land for a new clubhouse was donated by Doc's son Matt and a new clubhouse and cart shed were constructed through another donation by Doc and Mary. In 1999, the clubhouse and cart shed were opened for use. We would like to sincerely thank Doc and his family for all of the donations to this golf course and community.
Right now, the course is leased by the City of Bloomer to Elmer Erickson. Elmer serves as superintendent of the course, while his daughter Courtney manages the clubhouse. This year will be the 5th year Elmer has been at the course and he and his staff take pride in the way the course is manicured. Bloomer Golf Course is proud of its staff and the experience they bring. If you want to learn something new or hear a few good jokes, stop by for coffee in the morning and Jon Assumer is sure to entertain