March 22, 2012
For more information contact:
Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation
800-633-6721 ext. 8812
Bully Pulpit Golf Course opens nine holes Saturday
Medora, N.D. – The 2012 golf season at Bully Pulpit Golf Course, located three miles south of Medora, will kick off Saturday, March 24, with the opening of nine holes. The remaining nine holes will open later this spring.
Dave Solga, Bullly Pulpit’s general manager, says the first nine holes are in good shape and ready for the golf season. “Winter treated the course quite well, and it’s in nice shape. People are excited to get back onto the golf course. The beautiful spring weather has put us ahead of schedule, and we expect to open all 18 holes at the end of April.”
Solga assures golfers that they’ll have a unique Badlands golfing experience with the nine holes currently open. “Bully Pulpit’s signature Badlands holes – numbers 14, 15 and 16 – are included in the holes available for play. So, golfers can anticipate experiencing a top-notch, challenging game Bully Pulpit is nationally known to provide.”
Golfers can book their tee time online at www.medora.com or by calling 800-633-6721. Walk-ons also are available, but reservations are preferred and recommended.
For more information about Bully Pulpit Golf Course, its rate and vacation packages, visit: www.medora.com/bully-pulpit.
About Bully Pulpit Golf Course
Designed by world renowned golf course architect, Dr. Michael Hurdzan, Bully Pulpit is nestled in the rugged buttes and vistas of the North Dakota Badlands, just south of Medora, N.D. This 18-hole golf course has been nationally recognized by the likes of Golf Digest, GOLF magazine, and The Links. Bully Pulpit features five tees, ranging in length from a comfortable 4,750 total yards from the forward tees to a challenging 7,166 at the tips. www.medora.com/bully-pulpit