King's Walk Golf Course

5301 S Columbia Rd
Grand Forks, ND 58201

(701) 787-5464
King's Walk Golf Course website

King's Walk Golf Course is the home to the University of North Dakota men's and women's golf teams. Owned and operated by the Grand Forks Park District, the course is one of the many jewels of Grand Forks.

King's Walk recreates the atmosphere found on the great links courses of Scotland and Ireland.

Starting with a completely flat site, over 650,000 cubic yards of earth were excavated to allow the Arnold Palmer designed golf course to roll and flow around hundreds of individual mounds, deep ravines, steep ridges, and two large lakes. Large bent grass greens are well protected and framed by beautifully sculpted bunkers, mounds, and collection areas. Tall fescue grasses add to the links style and complete this Arnold Palmer designed masterpiece.

Practice Facility
In addition to a spectacular golf course, King's Walk features the premiere practice facility in the area. The driving range is double sided with 2.2 acres of teeing area, insuring quality turf conditions at all times. Five bent grass target greens will simulate all the shots needed to take your game to the course.

King's Walk also offers an 8,000 sq. ft. putting green and a 6,000 sq. ft. chipping green complete with a large bunker complex. If you're warming up before your round, or just out to work on your game, you won't be disappointed.

Architect Info
Few names have captured such widespread recognition in the world of golf as the name of Arnold Palmer. This colorful and productive athlete earned the prominence of being the King of Golf. His talent and dimension in the area of designing outstanding golf courses, along with Palmer Course Design Company, is among the leaders of the profession today.

Clubhouse and restaurant
This 5,750 sq. ft. clubhouse includes a lounge, dining area, and pro shop, with golf cart storage below. Our fieldstone fireplace is the focal point of the clubhouse. Large windows from the dining and lounge areas embrace the course, providing spectacular views of the lake and the golf course. The clubhouse also is home to the Eagle's Crest restaurant, serving lunch and dinner to patrons inside or on the patio.