8 Reasons to Tee it up in North Dakota
North Dakota has more golf courses per capita than any other state in the country. It's tee time!
The links-style course is characterized with mounds, moguls, native grasses and pine trees interspersed with lakes styled in a dry southwestern arroyo landscape. The Arnold Palmer signature golf course opened in 2002 and is one of North Dakota’s premier golfing destinations.
City Grand Forks, ND 58203
Links of North Dakota
Water doesn’t come into play on this par-72 championship course but 71-80 sand bunkers do, and wind will almost always factor into your round at Red Mike. Players have the option of five tee boxes as the set out for 18 holes of links golf on a course with wide fairways, but punishing native prairie grass rough.
5153 109th Ave NW Ray, ND 58802
The 18-hole course will play to a par-72 and you will have the choice of five tee boxes from which to challenge this course. Course terrain ranges from the walkable Little Missouri bottoms to the challenging elevation changes and dramatic setting of the Badlands section.
2 miles south of Medora Medora, ND 58645
Heart River Golf Course
Play 18 challenging holes, featuring a wide open front nine and back nine that will find plenty of trees and water in play. Heart River has one of the longest playing seasons in the state, open March through October for the regular season, and November through February, weather permitting.
2510 Eighth St. SW Dickinson, ND 58601
Hawktree Golf Club
Architect Jim Engh has created a wonderful course that presents the player with a Scottish-links look but also a modern touch. Engh uses elevation changes, native prairie grasses, large greens and four tee boxes to give players of any ability a chance to enjoy a great golf experience.
5 miles northwest Bismarck, ND