Rates and Policies

The #1 Golf Course in Maryland

Bulle Rock is considered the region’s best player’s course and the top ranking public course in Maryland.  The only 5-STAR Golf Facility in the Mid-Atlantic, it is continually ranked in the Top 100 listings of every major Golf Publication.   Zagat readers have also ranked Bulle Rock among the nation’s Top 50 golf courses.

Bulle Rock is ranked No. 59 on Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses 2011-2012 and No. 26 on Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Courses You Can Play 2011″ and it delivers that quality. Visually stunning tee shots, terrific green complexes, wonderful course conditions and a great design will make you feel like you are playing in a major. Golf World, Golfweek and Golf Styles have all recognized Bulle Rock as one of the best.

“I did not undo God’s work.”
– Pete Dye, Bulle Rock Golf Course Designer-

Current Rates

April 13 – November 4 > Daily Fee         Res/Assoc        Twilight
Weekday | Monday – Thursday > $80          $65                 $65
Weekend | Friday – Sunday > $99               $85                  $75

All rates include green fee with cart & practice balls prior to play

Please note: Bulle Rock Golf Course is subject to a 5% Admission & Amusement Tax
imposed by the City of Havre de Grace. The A&A tax is NOT included in the posted
rates and will be added to all golf fees at the time of play or check in.

Twilight Times
April 13 – November 4
Weekday | Monday – Thursday | 2PM
Friday – Sunday | 3PM

Tee times can be reserved 30 days in advance. Call us at (410) 939-8887 ext.1

Bulle Rock is a soft spike facility. Metal or ceramic spikes are not allowed. Our dress code requires golfers to wear a collared shirt and golf shoes. Shorts must be of Bermuda length and blue jeans are not permitted. Due to weather, carts may be occasionally restricted to the cart path.

Outside Food & Beverage

County and State Health Code mandates that no outside food or beverage may be brought into the facility or onto facility grounds. Staff reserves the right to deny personal coolers, food or beverages brought onto property. This includes thermoses and any non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverages.