Apple Creek Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located 3.8 miles east of Bismarck, North Dakota.
Apple Creek Country Club is a private 18 hole golf course. The course was designed by Robert B Harris. Don Herfort redesigned the course in the 1970's.
The front nine, opened for play in 1948, has mature trees lining the fairway throughout and small greens. It is also home to the signature hole (#9). This hole requires you to cross Apple Creek twice before hitting your approach shot to the largest green on the front nine, which is set below the Clubhouse. The back nine, a links type setup, was built in 1978-1979. The back nine has fewer tree, much larger greens, and offers more risk/reward shots throughout your journey back to the Clubhouse.
This par-72 course measures 6494 yards from the blue tees, and has been the site of many Dakota Tours Pro-Am tournaments and other various tournaments throughout the years. This diverse course consists of two different course types with Apple Creek coming in to play on 13 of the 18 holes.
$76 (cart included), played on Wednesday, July 2014 at 10am
The ball had to stay in the short cut of the fairway because the rough was taller than expected grass, which made it virtually impossible to hit the ball back into the fairway. Many places of hard packed dirt along the fairway made the course frustrating. Lack of signage and yard markers made the course more challenging.
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