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Explore the vast plains of North Dakota with your clubs – you'll find six, top-flight courses yielding fun and challenges. From cities like Dickinson and Minot, shoot for par across these exemplary North Dakota golf courses.
Found in the city of Medora, not far from Dickinson, the Bully Pulpit Golf Course is a sterling choice for any level of golfer traveling through North Dakota. 18 holes playing to a max length of 7,166 yards, the Bully Pulpit Golf Course opened in 2004, and was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan.
In the city of Minot, just north of US Highway 2, the Souris Valley Golf Course can be found. With 18 stunning holes, offering challenges and ideal views of the north-central ND valley, Souris Valley Golf Course is one of the state's older courses, opening in 1968. Keep your drives low and straight, as the wind is known to kick up at times.
Continue your North Dakota golf excursion and head west into Williston. Once there, find the Eagle Ridge Golf Club, one of the premier golf experiences in the area. The Eagle Ridge Golf Club yields excellent views of the Little Muddy River, but with it's open fairways, and large greens, you're sure to have a great day on the course in Williston.
Closer to the center of the state, head for Bismarck and book a tee time at the Riverwood Golf Course. Built on wonderful bermuda grass, the Riverwood Golf Course overlooks the adjacent Missouri River, making it one of the most unique golf experiences in the entire state of North Dakota. It's par-72 thriller in Bismarck.
Not too far northwest of downtown Bismarck is the city of Mandan. Visit soon and experience an ideal golf outing at the Prairie West Golf Course. 6,681 yards from the back tees, the Prairie West Golf Course is a well-maintained 18-hole must-play course in the state of North Dakota. Opened in 1992, the course has been thrilling and frustrating golfers all at the same time for years. Book a tee time soon and enjoy your visit to Mandan.
As you plan your next North Dakota adventure, be sure to bring your clubs along for the ride. North Dakota, with it's stunning landscapes and open pastures, is a premier destination for golfers. Make your way to the Heart River Golf Course in Dickinson for a premier golf experience in ND. This 18-hole course often proves to be a challenge, even for the most skilled golfer. Spread across 6,652 yards, from the back tee boxes, Heart River Golf Course plays to a par of 72. It's been a staple of Dickinson golf since it opened in 1963, and features a course rating of 70.8, and slope rating of 125.
Rated by Golfweek and Golf Digest as the no. 1 course in North Dakota – and among the top 100 rated public courses in America – the Links of North Dakota lie in heart of the Bakken Formation. Just 28 miles outside of Williston, the course has no water hazards, but you’ll battle 82 sand traps and rough prairie grass along the links, portions of which sit upon bluffs overlooking Lake Sakakawea.
Try to keep the bogeys to a minimum when you play a round of 18 at the Rose Creek Golf Course. Your next visit to Fargo in the eastern region of North Dakota should yield a fun, and challenging, day on the course. The Rose Creek Golf Course is just east of I-29, between 52nd Avenue South, and 40th Avenue South.
Enjoy this par-72 course across 18 of the most lush and well-maintained holes you'll find in all of Fargo. Opened in 1992, the Rose Creek Golf Course was designed by Richard M. Phelps, features a slope rating of 123, and a course rating of 71.4. Visit Fargo soon and card your share of birdies at Rose Creek Golf Course.