FARGO, N.D. -

More than 200 golf players have come to the Fargo area for the 52nd annual Bobcat North Dakota Open.

The tournament draws both pros and amateur golfers from all over the country.

The pros compete for $65,000 in prize money and get their PGA Tour School paid for by Bobcat.

The tournament is also sponsored by the Village Family Service Center, who provides many of the volunteers.

Organizers say this year, golfers can expect something a little different.

"We had done some work on the back nine...holes 14, 15 and 16 with a new floodwall to help protect us from high water. So there's a little change to the 14th hole...players are enjoying it. Like I said, the golf course is in excellent shape. The greens are fast so we'll identify the top player this week," said Golf Professional Mark Johnson of the Fargo Country Club.

The tournament runs through Sunday.