From the club website:
Named after the first thoroughbred horse brought to America, the name Bulle Rock truly signifies the strength of these 235 acres of golf heaven.
Superbly designed by Pete Dye, Bulle Rock has long been considered the region’s best player’s course and the top ranking public course in Maryland. 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.
Bulle Rock opened in 1998 with a vision to be a world class golf course that anyone could play. It was very quickly rated as one of the best courses in the nation including being awarded “The Best New Upscale Golf Course in America” by Golf Digest in December 1998.
This magnificent Pete Dye design is the premier public course in the Mid Atlantic region and it is the #1 rated public course in Maryland. It has been listed in all the major golf publications Top 100 public golf course rankings. The LPGA Championship was held at Bulle Rock from 2005 through 2009.
The course features 18 distinctly different holes with a wonderful routing and a great mix of long and short holes. It is truly a Pete Dye masterpiece! Bulle Rock sprawls over 230 acres and each hole is a picture in itself. Many of our guests will comment that it is truly a memorable golf course.