Bulle Rock Golf Course facts for kids
|Location||320 Blenheim Lane
Havre de Grace, Maryland, U.S.
|Established||1998, 24 years ago|
|Tournaments hosted||LPGA Championship
|Designed by||Pete Dye|
|Length||7,375 yards (6,744 m)|
Bulle Rock Golf Course is a golf course in the eastern United States, located in Havre de Grace, Maryland. It is named for Bulle Rock, the first thoroughbred racehorse brought to America. It hosted the LPGA Championship, a women's major, from 2005 through 2009.
Bulle Rock was designed by noted course architect Pete Dye and opened 24 years ago in 1998. In 2002, Manekin, LLC, Clark Turner, and H&S Properties Development Corporation purchased the golf course and surrounding land and properties from original owner, Ed Abel. The golf course has consistently won awards.
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