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North Dakota

North Dakota


If you’re in touring mode, the 18-hole par-72 "Links of North Dakota" for example, offers up 7,092 yards, a course rating is 73.5 and a slope rating of 126. This unique course begins with a farm and barn setting, but no one could ever consider the course sedate, and some of the Alta vistas are prairie-breathtaking. The trek is a ways north of the interstate, off the beaten path, but if the purpose is golf, the destination is, after all, the journey.

Fargo offers up the 18-hole Edgewood Municipal and Rose Creek public courses. For a shorter play, the 9-hole Al Gazal, Ozgood and Prairiewood courses are also open to the public. Additionally, there is Oxbow, a private membership country club with non-resident memberships available.

At the west end of the state is the popular (and #1 ranking) Bully Pulpit in Medora, the Badlands region of North Dakota. This 18-hole "Bully" course features 7,166 par-72 yards. Designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan, the course opened in 2004. An affordable course placed along the Little Missouri River, it provides pleasant experience, and the opportunity to enjoy the Teddy Roosevelt National Park, as well as the other entertainment and attractions of the region.

The game of golf is alive and well everywhere, but few would have anticipated it thriving so well in North Dakota. Plan a drive through if you’re able, or bring your clubs with if you should fly in to Bismarck. There’s at least one great course there with your name on it!