New Minot Country Club Breaking Ground July 17

The “New” Minot Country Club recently announced that the official ground breaking for the new golf course is set to take place July 17. The public is invited to join members of the club and special guests for the ground breaking event marking the construction of this new Jim Engh-design in Minot, N.D. Scheduled  for opening in late 2014, Minot Country Club will boast a par-72 layout that features dramatic views and elevation changes, a natural stream and valley, and a modern design that takes full advantage of the land’s features.

“The groundbreaking of the new Minot Country Club, marks the beginning of a new chapter in our club’s history…and also for the community of Minot,” stated Mark Hildahl, Board and Long Time Member. “We are excited for this day and are even more excited for the opening of what will become one of the most inspiring club openings in the region, if not the country.”

The original Minot Country Club, which was built in 1928, was located on a different site and suffered from devastation incurred from the flood of the Souris River in 2011. Shortly thereafter a group of members decided to rebuild a “new” Minot Country Club. They acquired property for the layout, hired Golf Digest “Architect of the Year” Jim Engh to design the layout and brought in OB Sports Golf Management for pre-opening consultation and ongoing management of the club.

To RSVP for the event or for additional details contact Stacy Norton at 701-852-3591 or email: [email protected]

For more information on Minot Country Club call 701-852-3591 or visit www.minotcountryclub.com
Scottsdale-based OB Sports Golf Management is a diversified, golf-oriented company that currently manages over forty premier golf courses and country clubs throughout the United States, including such award winning properties as Somerby Golf Club in Rochester, Minnesota, Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Monarch Beach Golf Links in California, Tetherow Golf Club in Oregon, and Sedona Golf Resort in Sedona, Arizona, to name a few.

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