A golf lesson from North Dakota

8-7-06 006The September 12th issue of Golfweekhas just arrived in the office.  In it, Senior Writer Bradley Klein talks about the future of golf - and the lessons to be learned from North Dakota.

"There's a serious lesson to be gleaned from the spirit of North Dakota golf.  In ar era when the industry struggles to retain players, the future of the game requires making sure that golf is inexpensive, accessible and socially welcoming."

North Dakota isn't world renown as a golf destination.  BUT, those of us who swing a club now-and-then are proud of the fact that we have the highest number of courses per capita and the highest golf participation per capita.  There are 115 courses in the state, some have received international acclaim (Bully Pulpit, Hawktree, The Links of North Dakota, and King's Walk). Read the Golfweek article, then book your tee time for some fabulous fall golf in North Dakota!