Tee Time Reservations Now Open for Prestigious Course in the Heart of the Badlands
(Medora, ND) – Bully Pulpit Golf Course, set in the rugged North Dakota Badlands, is officially set to open for play next week, beginning on Wednesday, April 8, weather permitting. Tee times for the entire golfing season are now available for individual and group play.
A relatively mild winter and a string of above average temperatures meant that grounds crews had excellent time to get the course in playing condition, allowing Bully Pulpit to open sooner than previous years.
Early season rates, which start at just $49 and continue until May 1, also provide players with the best value of the year.
Bully Pulpit Head PGA Professional, Casey Moen, remarked,
“We had nearly 18,000 rounds played in 2014 — which was the most we’ve ever had — and, really, the interesting thing to see was the wide range of playing abilities out on the course. Because they have five different sets of tees to play from, players of all skill levels and age ranges got out there, more than we’ve ever seen before, and enjoyed playing one of the region’s best courses.
“With this season firing up earlier than normal,” Moen continues, “that means that there is a lot of opportunity for even more folks to come out and enjoy Bully.”
Since opening in 2004, Bully Pulpit has been recognized for its excellent playing experience and the spectacular scenery it is built right into. The course’s signature “Badlands Holes” — holes 14, 15, and 16 — which are carved right into the Badlands, have become player favorites and are a vital part of Bully Pulpit being named a “Top 100 Public Golf Course” by Golf Digest.
Tee times are available now. Individuals and groups can make reservations online at Medora.com or by calling 701-623-4653.