Bulle Rock – The #1 Public Course in Maryland to be featured on Golf America
Bulle Rock has long been considered the best players course in the mid-Atlantic, and since it opened back in 1998, it has maintained its status as the number one public course in Maryland.
“We work really, really hard on maintaining tournament ready conditions,” says Damon Klepczynski, Director of Operations. “We offer a really good value and rates for the customer.”
Bulle Rock was designed by Pete Dye and has long been considered one of the best public courses in the U.S. Bulle Rock has also played host to the LPGA Championship from 2005 through 2009.
More About Bulle Rock
Located in Harve de Grace, Maryland, Bulle Rock plays to a par 72, with the Black Tees playing to an impressive 7,375 yards, while offering a course rating of 76.6 and a slope of 148.
“This is arguably one of Pete Dye’s most playable designs, and I’ve played plenty of Dye golf courses that are just beat you up, beat you up”, says Klepczynski. “But this one, in particular, is one that you see his design features, but it’s not killing you on the golf course nasty it’s just a really a joy to play from the first tee to the 18th green.”
Also, On the Show
PGA Professional Matt Summers offers up a great golf tip on chipping from the collar of the green. Plus, golf fitness coach Mindi Boysen has the final installment in her 5-part series on Thoracic Rotation, and we’ll also explore the quaint town of Harve de Grace, located on the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay and Susquehanna River.
About Golf America
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