Kulm Country Club features a scenic 3,033 yard, par 36, grass greens 9-hole public golf course located in the rolling hills just Southwest of Kulm, ND. The course itself was completely redesigned in 2007 by world renowned architects Stephen Kay and Doug Smith. The greens were then built by Marvin Schlauch, who grew up in the Kulm area and has built greens on prestigious golf courses all over the world including The Links of North Dakota in Ray, ND as well as many others. The course boasts challenging hazards and green designs that are borrowed from famous golf courses from all over the world. Whether you are a scratch golfer or just a beginner, Kulm Country Club will appeal to your style of play.
Green Fees: See Dues & Fees
Driving Range: No
Practice Green: Yes
Rental Carts: 2
Rental Cart Fees: See Dues & Fees
Total Yardage: Red: 2,382 / White: 2,867 / Blue: 3,033
Greens: Grass (Penncross) built to USGA specifications
Course Rating: Red: 67.5 / White: 68.9 / Blue: 70.3
Slope Rating: Red: 114 / White: 111 / Blue: 114
Clubhouse: Bar & Grill (Friday Evening Supper)
This 234 yard par 3 is rated the hardest hole on the course. You may be tempted to hit your drive right at the pin but with a green location on the back side of the water and out of bounds bordering it on two other sides, the safe play is a layup just short and to the right of the green.
This 595 yard par 5 is the longest hole on the course and features a narrow fairway with two water hazards. The challenge here is finding a good landing spot for your second shot, avoiding both hazards and the out of bounds to the left.
This 286 yard par 4 is reachable for long hitters but watch out for the trees and out of bounds markers to the left and the biffy to the right!
Maybe the most scenic hole on the course, hole 4 is a 364 yard par 4 that features a green surrounded by water on three sides. There's no way to avoid hitting over the water on this hole!
Hole 5 is a 430 yard dogleg right par 5 that requires those that choose to tee off from the blue or white markers to hit their tee shots over a large water hazard. There is also an in-course out of bounds to the right of the fairway and to left of a green that is a scaled down replica of "The Road Hole" green at St. Andrews, Scotland.
This 464 par 5 forces those that tee off from the blue or white markers to hit their drive through a narrow gap in the trees, then has a slight dogleg back to the right just before leading down to the smallest green on the course.
This 134 yard par 3 is the shortest hole on the course and features the largest green as well. This will be your best chance for that coveted hole-in-one!
Hole 8 is a 310 yard par 4 that doglegs right around a small water hazard. Long hitters will attempt to clear the water and trees with their tee shot and land their ball on the green.
This 216 yard par 3 is a straight shot uphill from a raised tee box with out of bounds on the left and the clubhouse long and to the right.