The Bobcat North Dakota Open is a noteworthy example of Bobcat Company’s long history of community involvement. Since 1984, Bobcat has been the major corporate sponsor for the North Dakota Open at the Fargo Country Club, benefiting many worthwhile programs of The Village Family Service Center in Fargo. Through charitable giving and significant employee volunteer work, Bobcat is proud to help The Village offer its services to the community.
Champion Lenahan Picks Up Double Win
Ryan Lenahan wins the 2012 Bobcat North Dakota Open, and meets his future bride in the process.
ND Open helps lay foundation for Constable’s jump to pro.
Hoge On Final PGA Tour Stepping Stone
Tom Hoge is quickly making a name for himself on the Web.com Tour and is one step away from the PGA Tour.
Carving a career out of a passion
Eddie Langert: First North Dakota State Open champ.
An Inspirational 87 Years Young — and Can Still Shoot His Age.
Jack Webb — 1965 North Dakota State Open Champion
Helping People Help Themselves
The Village Family Service Center assists in fulfilling a family dream for Doosan staff member and his wife.
The 51st Annual Bobcat North Dakota Open is a pro-am golf tournament held each year at the Fargo Country Club, benefiting The Village Family Service Center. This year’s Bobcat North Dakota Open is Friday – Sunday, August 28 – 30, 2015.
When: August 28 – 30, 2015
Where: Fargo Country Club
Entry Deadline: TBD
Thursday, August 27, 2015
All-day practice rounds
Pro-junior par-3 event
Friday, August 28, 2015
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Sunday, August 30, 2015
For registration and tournament information please contact:
Fargo Country Club Golf Shop: 701-237-6746.
About Dakotas Tour
The Dakotas Tour is a developmental tour that has served as a starting point for many young pros coming out of college, wanting to sharpen their game prior to a shot at the PGA, Nationwide or Champions tours. The Dakotas Tour is a 19-event professional golf tour played in the Midwest states of Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, and North and South Dakota. Professional golfers play for a total of approximately $750,000 over the course of a quick nine weeks, starting the week before the Fourth of July and ending the week after Labor Day.