Playing golf over prairie land can give your ball maximum roll, especially in the summer when the South Dakota weather is hot and dries out the fairways. But don't let that deter you from checking out a nice trio like the Sioux Falls' courses. Between Kuehn, Elmwood and Prairie Green, every golfer's needs will be served - and greens fees are ridiculously inexpensive.
Out in Ft. Pierre, there's a sneaky good track at the Dunes Golf Course and again, greens fees hover in the case-of-beer price range. The South Dakota golf website can lead you to on-line tee times and miscellaneous info of merit. No matter what, remember that South Dakota golf courses can also get too hard and dry making it important to understand the conditions when you schedule a South Dakota tee time.
When faced with a shot off hardpan, play the ball back in your stance and put your hands ahead of the ball. Keep your left wrist bent a little through impact, and keep the ball low for best results.