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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.[2] It hosted the LPGA Championship, a women's major, from 2005 through 2009.[3]

Bulle Rock Golf Course
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Bulle Rock Golf Course is located in the United States
Bulle Rock Golf Course
Bulle Rock Golf Course is located in Maryland
Bulle Rock Golf Course
Coordinates39°32′31″N 76°07′59″W / 39.542°N 76.133°W / 39.542; -76.133Coordinates: 39°32′31″N 76°07′59″W / 39.542°N 76.133°W / 39.542; -76.133
Location320 Blenheim Lane
Havre de Grace, Maryland, U.S.
Established1998, 21 years ago
Total holes18
Tournaments hostedLPGA Championship
Designed byPete Dye
Length7,375 yards (6,744 m)
Course rating76.6
Slope rating148 [1]

Bulle Rock was designed by noted course architect Pete Dye[4] and opened 21 years ago in 1998.[3] 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.


  1. ^ "Course Rating and Slope Database: Bulle Rock Golf Course". USGA. Retrieved August 2, 2014.
  2. ^ "Bulle Rock Golf Course". LPGA. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
  3. ^ a b "About us". Bulle Rock Golf Course. Archived from the original on May 17, 2012. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
  4. ^ Baldwin, Chris. "No birdies at Bulle Rock but tough Dye golf course still a blast". Retrieved March 17, 2012.

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