Keller, a muni, is located just northeast of downtown St. Paul, the course was built in 1929. It was originally designed by Paul Coates, and is the classic style of golf course architecture with rolling hills, tree lined fairways, playing to small greens. Keller Golf Course has been the home of several PGA and LPGA golf tournaments. It was a regular stop on both professional tours and held the PGA Championship 1932 and 1954, won by Olin Dutra and Chick Harbart.
The layout is well bunkered with water in play on a number of holes, and was redesigned in 2013 by Richard Mandell with completely new grassing, holes lengthened, bunkers and landscaping added, and a new pond, overall a general updating. It plays to 6,566 yards, and 128 slope from the back tees, with three shorter sets of tees.