Managers say inquiries by golfers from across the U.S. point to another outstanding year.
Medora’s Bully Pulpit Golf Course will open for the 2013 season on April 27.
Casey Moen, Bully Pulpit’s Head Golf Professional, says the course is ready for what could be a record year. Moen says inquiries from across the nation have increased since February when Golf Digest named the course as one of the Top 100 Golf Courses for 2013. The magazine also gave the course a “Best in State” ranking.
“Bully Pulpit was already well-known among serious golfers across the country but the Golf Digest ranking has golfers, who have not yet visited the course, saying they need to experience the course for themselves,” says Moen.
While the recent snow may have delayed the course’s opening, Bully Pulpit Golf Shop manager Kathy Solga says the additional moisture was beneficial and the timing for the season opener is still on target.She says the course always tries to open in early-to-mid April and the recent snow really only delayed the start by about a week. Solga reports the course to be in “excellent condition” for the season opener.
“The season opener is always an exciting time but this year really does feel different,” says Solga. “Based on the inquiries we’re receiving, we are optimistic that 2013 may be our biggest year yet.”
The course will be open through mid-October. For more information, call (701) 623-4653 or us online.
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 that range in length from a comfortable 4,750 total yards on the forward tees to a challenging 7,166 yards at the tips.
Book your tee times by calling 701-623-4653 or by visiting us online.