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Best Golf Course: Edgewood Golf Course

Location: Fargo

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Edgewood Golf Course has been named Best Golf Course in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What sets Edgewood apart from competitors? 

“I think our location. In the city, but not surrounded by a housing development, gives us a unique setting that other facilities may not be able to recreate,” PGA Professional Greg McCullough said.

What do your customers enjoy the most about what you do and what do they compliment you on?

“I think the setting we have is what customers enjoy the most, a ‘traditional’ golf course with trees and a river that surrounds us. We also offer a variety of leagues, corporate events, and open play that allows golfers to enjoy many different playing opportunities,” McCullough said. “We get the most compliments on the natural setting and the condition of the golf course. Our superintendent Jason Spitzner and his staff continue to do a great job with the condition of the golf course.”

  • Second place: Osgood Golf Course, Fargo
  • Third place: Village Green Golf Course, Moorhead
  • Fourth place: Rose Creek Golf Course, Fargo
  • Fifth place: Maple River Golf Course, Mapleton

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