Together with the South Dakota Golf Association, the South Dakota Office of Tourism has produced a comprehensive guide of golf courses in South Dakota. All public, private and semi-private courses are listed. You are invited to download a PDF of this guide. (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
The Links are longer in Wyoming: don’t forget your driver if you’re golfing in Wyoming, because all those wide-open spaces mean long links — and haven’t you heard? The ball flies further at their high-altitude courses. With almost 100 courses around the state, you’re guaranteed nine or 18 holes worth of breathtaking scenery, challenging layout and friendly service.
In Montana, the eagles on the golf courses are real. And so are the deer and the elk, but keep your mind on your game. From the Jack Nicklaus designed Old Works course, in Anaconda to the spectacular Eagle Bend in Bigfork, there is always the hazard of being distracted by the stunning scenery and fly-fishing daydreams. Montana boasts more than 70 golf courses. From first-class resorts, to elegant country clubs and delightful “country” course, Montana is a great place to spend your golfing vacation.
North Dakota has more golf courses per capita than any other state in the nation, but it’s not only the quantity, but the quality, that sets our courses apart from the run-of-the-mill layouts. Combine some of the world’s legendary designers, working with the legendary North Dakota outdoors and you get some truly Legendary golf courses.
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