19 Must-Play Courses on the Lewis and Clark Golf Trail
Create legendary experiences along the Lewis & Clark Golf Trail. The diverse landscape and wide-open spaces provide a picturesque setting for the state’s premier golf courses.
Tom O'Leary Golf Course
It's not a long course, but this hilly course in the middle of Bismarck is a test of a skills. When do you lay up? When do you take a chance? How does this hill affect the distance? This 18-hole, par-69 course will leave you second-guessing yourself.
1200 N. Washington St. Bismarck, ND 58504
The Links of North Dakota
Nationally recognized links-style layout on the banks of Lake Sakakawea is a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. Water isn't a factor but 70-80 grass bunkers are. And have you challenged yourself in the legenadry North Dakota wind? Course is 18 holes and par 72.
5153 109th Ave NW Ray, ND 58802
Heart River Golf Course
The scenic Heart River winds through this course, which actually is two courses in one: the more wide-open top side and tree-lined bottom with river in play on most holes. The 18-hole, par-72 course has one of the longest playing seasons in the state.
2510 Eighth St. SW Dickinson, ND 58601
Bully Pulpit Golf Course
This 18-hole, par-72 course along the Little Missouri River and in the jagged buttes of the Badlands has been named No. 1 in Golf Digest's rating of "New Affordable Courses." Some holes play in woodlands, some in meadows and the most scenic high above the river in the Badlands.
2 miles south of Medora Medora, ND 58645