Golf Week Names Bulle Rock Golf Course Best In Maryland
HAVRE DE GRACE - A ranking of the "Top public and private courses in Maryland" by Golf Week magazine listed Bulle Rock Golf Course as the best in the state of Maryland.
Famous course architect Pete Dye designed the 264-acre golf course. Dye passed away in 2020 and is world-renowned for the quality and artistry of his golf courses. According to Bulle Rock Director of Operations Damon Klepczynski, "he is one of the all-time greats."
Klepczynski says he is proud to have once again been named to a list of the best courses in the state.
"We have been ranked number one in the state of Maryland since Bulle Rock GC opened in 1998."
According to the Dye Designs website, there are many holes worth highlighting, but the 550-yard par 5 second is the epitome of what makes Bulle Rock GC great.
"With its rock-strewn stream menacing either a daring an approach shot or a cautious lay-up, it is an early indicator that the course is both bold and beautiful. It's a terrific blend of talent and terrain, Dye's artistry showcased on a phenomenal canvas."
Bulle Rock GC is a "daily fee" course where anyone can come play for $85 on a weekday or $105 on the weekend.
Don't miss your opportunity to see one of Dye's most celebrated designs at this iconic Havre de Grace golf course.