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King's Walk

Grand Forks, North Dakota
ArchitectBadgeArnold Palmer
Grand Forks, North Dakota
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  • Address5301 S Columbia Rd, Grand Forks, ND 58201, USA

As the site for the course at King’s Walk was totally flat, Arnold Palmer moved over half a million cubic yards of soil to create some movement in the land before routing the fairways around the newly fashioned contours.

This 18-hole layout is one of two golf courses operated by Grand Forks Park District, though it’s almost a hundred years younger than the other one – the 9-hole Lincoln Golf Course – which dates back to 1909.

Located on the outskirts of Grand Rapids, on the flood plain on the meandering Red River, King’s Walk is an open, prairie-style design that’s famed locally for the quality of its bent grass green complexes.

Notable holes include the two par threes on the front nine at the 4th and 8th holes, which demand short carries over water, while the testing par five 18th runs parallel to the 9th, essentially sharing the same lakeside setting.

As the site for the course at King’s Walk was totally flat, Arnold Palmer moved over half a million cubic yards of soil to create some movement in the land before routing the fairways around the newly fashioned contours.

This 18-hole layout is one of two golf courses operated by Grand Forks Park District, though it’s almost a hundred years younger than the other one – the 9-hole Lincoln Golf Course – which dates back to 1909.

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Arnold Palmer

Arnie teamed up with Ed Seay in 1972, forming the Palmer Course Design Company which was later renamed Arnold Palmer Design Company when the firm moved to Orlando, Florida, in 2006.

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