Located in America’s Midwest Region, with the International Boundary defining its Canadian border to the north, less than a million people live within the Roughrider state’s territory (and a lot of bisons) so it’s one of the least populated of all fifty American states. They might be few in number but North Dakotans are said - at least by their own tourist authority – to be the friendliest people in the whole country. You will find a little more than 100 golf in North Dakota, ranging from Bois de Sioux Public Golf Club in the east to Williston Municipal golf course in the west.
The Links of North Dakota course lies on the north shore of Lake Sakakawea and this layout, along with the Jim Engh-designed Hawktree course, near Bismarck, are regarded as North Dakota’s best two in state offerings. Other top tracks designed by high profile architects include Bully Pulpit (Michael Hurdzan), Oxbow (RTJ2) and King’s Walk (Arnold Palmer).
For Golf Digerst, the top 5 golf courses in North Dakota are :
1 - Hawktree G.C, Bismarck
2 - The Links of North Dakota, Ray
3 - Bully Pulpit G. Cse., Medora
4 - Fargo C.C.
5 - Riverwood Golf Course, Bismarck