Triple Golf Challenge – Three Outstanding Courses in North Dakota!

Play these 3 outstanding golf courses at a very special rate. Experience the best golfing to be had in North Dakota with these 3 incredible golf courses.The Links of North Dakota, along with Hawktree Golf Club and the Bully Pulpit Golf Course brings North Dakota world-class golf for all players. Once again  all three golf courses are offering a 3-Round Punch Card good for one 18-hole round of golf at each golf course to be used for green fees during the calendar year.  Golfers can choose to walk or rent a cart with the use of the card by their choice.

This card costs $165 (plus tax) and can be purchased at any of the three golf courses. If golfers wish to use golf carts, they will be responsible for golf cart fees on site when they check in. This card is good anytime during the season purchased.   If you have any questions, please call us at 701-568-2600 for more information.

 


The Links of North Dakota

5153 109th Avenue
Ray, ND 58849
701 568-2600
www.thelinksofnorthdakota.com

The Links’ breathtaking setting and its immaculately manicured course, provides an ideal and unforgettable golf experience. One of the purest examples of links style golf ever built in the US. Come experience as it was intended to be played.

This natural, rolling true links design harkens back to the birth of the game – golf as it should be played- in a truly magnificent setting along the bluffs and banks overlooking sprawling Lake Sakakawea. In true links fashion, uneven lies and wind will challenge every aspect of your game. Architect Stephen Kay moved a minimal amount of soil to create one of the purest links courses on this side of the Atlantic.

The Links of North Dakota is not merely for the highly skilled golfer, 5 sets of tees ranging from 5,249 to 7,092 yards will accommodate players of all ability levels.


Hawktree Golf Club

3400 Burnt Creek Loop

Bismarck, ND 58503
 (701) 355-0995

http://www.hawktree.com

Hawktree Golf Club, built in 2000, is a nationally ranked public golf course by Golf Digest and Golfweek. The course is highlighted by elevation changes and black sand in the bunkers. The Jim Engh-designed course has 18 unique holes that you never get tired of playing. With four different sets of tees, combining eight different course yardages, golfers of all abilities can enjoy playing the course.
Hawktree is the only course in North Dakota to use a GPS system in its golf carts that give exact yardages to the flag stick. To practice and work on your game, Hawktree has a great full-length driving range with two practice putting greens, a chipping green and a practice sand bunker. The professional staff is PGA-trained with extensive training in teaching and club-fitting.
The public restaurant has one of the best views in all of North Dakota. Just by turning your head, you can see 14 of the holes and all the beautiful scenery. The restaurant serves great food, highlighted by burgers, wraps and grinders. Beautiful at sunrise and sunset, The Hawk is calling….

Bully Pulpit Golf Club

Medora, ND 58645
1-800-MEDORA-1 or (1-800-633-6721)
www.medora.com

Historic Medora has added a new dimension to their attractions at this old west destination – a championship caliber golf course named in the spirit of Theodore Roosevelt called the Bully Pulpit Golf Course.

Course designer, Dr. Michael Hurdzan, has created a golf course in the area just south of Medora along the Little Missouri River Bottoms and up into the Badlands that provides golfers of all levels a fantastic golfing experience. The 18-hole course plays to a par-72 and you have the choice of five tee boxes from which to challenge this course.

The course gives players different looks from the walkable Little Missouri bottoms to the challenging elevation changes and dramatic setting of the holes in the Badlands section of the course. The course measures 7413 yards from the Black tees, 6897 yards from the Gold tees, 6449 yards from the Blue tees, 5834 yards from the Silver tees and 5000 yards from the Green tees. The only thing harder than keeping your eye on the ball as you play here will be keeping your eyes off the spectacular scenery surrounding the area in which this course is laid out.