Bulle Rock Golf Club
320 Blenheim Lane
Havre de Grace, MD
Rates: $145 – $175
(Includes cart fee and range balls)
From the moment you drive through the railroad tunnel at the front entrance and begin the mile drive to the clubhouse, it becomes clearly evident that you are about to experience a very special round of golf at Bulle Rock.
Now in its seventh season, no course opened with more anticipation and superlative praise than this sumptuous Pete Dye masterpiece. It has lived up to all expectations and continues to receive well deserved national recognition.
Named after the first thoroughbred horse brought to America the name truly signifies the strength of this layout. Bulle Rock is considered the top ranked public course in the state of Maryland and one of the best public course in the nation. It broke out of the pack as the destination golf course in the Middle Atlantic region. Set on 235 acres this is a great layout with eighteen very different golf holes. It has a superb flow and a wonderful mix of long and short holes.
With a course rating of 76.4, a slope rating of 147 and a yardage of 7375 it will test the best of golfers. Marvelous green complexes and four sets of tees makes it a challenge for all golfers with varying skill levels. Based on your handicap playing the proper tees is key to both a challenge and enjoyment of this superb design. Women will also find this a very playable course with no forced carries off the forward tees.
“I did not undo God’s work” is one of Pete Dyes quotes. Set on 235 acres of a lush horse farm, Bulle Rock rolls amidst 100 feet of elevation changes. Natural beauty abounds. Fairways are lush and lined with bluegrass and tall fescues which lend a classic look to the layout. Tall hardwood trees, natural rock formations and stone walls provide super back drops on many of the holes. Water is present on seven holes and at least that many are of signature hole caliber.
Other Bulle Rock Awards include a high ranking as one of “The Top 100 Modern Golf Courses”, “One of only 16 Five Star Facilities in North America in 2000”, “The Best New Upscale Course in North America in 1998”, “Top 10 Courses You Can Play” and more. It has been touted to be a U.S. Open course of the future.
City Mileage Time
Baltimore 33 miles 40 minutes
Philadelphia 70 miles 70 minutes
Washington D.C. 74 miles 80 minutes
Wilmington 35 miles 40 minutes
York 76 miles 80 minutes
Lancaster 47 miles 60 minutes
Harrisburg 102 miles 2 hours
From the South – Baltimore/ Washington D.C.
Take I-95 north to exit 85 (Aberdeen/Churchville exit) and at the top of the exit, follow the signs and bear right onto Route 22 east. Then proceed 1.8 miles on Route 22 east and you will go over a bridge above Route 40 and directly after, bear right on the entrance ramp to Route 40 east. Travel about 2.2 miles on Route 40 east and the entrance to Bulle Rock is on your left.
From the North – Wilmington/ Philadelphia/New Jersey/ New York
Take I-95 south to exit 89 – Havre de Grace (The first exit after crossing the Susquehanna River). At the top of the ramp, turn left following the signs for Route 155 east (Havre de Grace). Travel on Route 155 east for about 2.2 miles. Stay in the right hand lane and following the signs for Route 155 and Route 40 as the road splits. At the stop light, turn right on Route 40 west. Take Route 40 west for about 1.9 miles, and the entrance to Bulle Rock is on your right.