This great course is built on the old Blenheim Farm, which had been the home of many thoroughbred race horses. Indeed, Bulle Rock is named for a direct descendant of the very first thoroughbred stud brought to America. Pete Dye's bold design spreads over 275 acres, with no homesites or amenities other than golf. Besides being named America's Best New Upscale Public Course of 1998, Bulle Rock hosted the LPGA Championship from 2005 through 2009.
100 Greatest Public: Ranked since the inaugural edition in 2003-'04. Highest ranking: No. 33, 2005-'06. 2021-'22 ranking: No. 94.
Best in State: Ranked fourth, 2015-'18. Ranked fifth, 2011-'14. Ranked sixth, 2019-'20. Ranked seventh, 2021-'22.
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