The Links of North Dakota is one of the top golf courses in the Peace Garden State. The Links of North Dakota presents golfers with an authentic links-style golfing experience on the bluffs overlooking Lake Sakakawea. The course is located in the heart of the area’s Bakken Oil Formation just 28 miles outside of Williston, N.D. and 16 miles from the small town of Ray. It is the area’s only 18 hole championship golf course with bent grass greens, fairways, and tee boxes which allow a true “Links” ground game experience.
Though water doesn’t come into play on this par-72 championship course, 82 sand bunkers do. Wind will almost always factor into your round at The Links.
Stretching to 7,092 yards, the par 72 Links of North Dakota offers a terrific golfing experience for golfers of all ability levels. The front nine offers dramatic views of Lake Sakakawea, while the back features beautiful landscape with the lake in the distance. The tee boxes are numbered one through five, and are not gender specific. Thus, players of all abilities can enjoy the course.