Bully Pulpit golfers are going to start noticing something new about the course as they make their way around this fall, and next spring. We’re making some big changes at the course, and we’re about as excited as we were 16 years ago when we opened the tee boxes for the first time.READ MORE »
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The Badlands are beautiful, the course is coming into great spring condition, and we all need a chance to get outside. Which makes right now a great time to play golf!
We’re opening Bully Pulpit for public play starting Friday, May 1, 2020.
You can make a tee time now, and read on to see how we’re changing things up to tee off a smart restart.
How we’re playing it safe for a smart restart at Bully
With small groups and tons of wide-open space, you can get out and play and take some easy precautions appropriate for the times.
- We’ve implemented a number of smart changes to how we operate and to course rules to encourage good hygiene and reduce close, person-to-person contact.
A Medora Business Membership is a uniquely North Dakotan way to say thank you to the people that matter most to your business: your employees and your customers.
With Membership, you get season passes to the Medora Musical and rounds of golf at Bully Pulpit Golf Course to give to whomever you choose. Many companies get over a $10,000 return on their Membership… companies like Scheels.
We sat down with Melissa Neutman, Marketing and Events Director for Scheels in Bismarck to get her thoughts on the benefits of Membership, what it feels like to make the state’s #1 Tourist Destination better and what it’s like working for Scheels, a company who cares about the community and its employees alike!READ MORE »
Women of Medora features inspiring women who have made an impact on the world through their time living and working in Medora.
Kathy Solga, an Inspiring Woman
If you stop out at Medora’s Bully Pulpit Golf Course on a September afternoon, you’ll notice a few things.
First, the summer tourist season doesn’t appear to be over in the least, with a full parking lot, bustling pro shop, and shiny, scoria-colored golf carts zipping around almost every breathtaking hole. (While the famed Medora Musical wraps up the second weekend of September, Bully Pulpit keeps hosting golfers until late October, or until the snow flies—whichever comes first.)
Second, if you’re looking for golf shop manager Kathy Solga, you may have to get in line, as it seems just about everyone on the course knows her and wants to give her a warm hello. But don’t worry—not only will she be happy to take time to visit, she’ll make you feel like you are the only person in the room.
It’s one of the best weeks of the year baby! Masters Week!
But not everyone thinks it’s so great.. those non-golfnuts at work and at home will probably try and keep you from watching the greatest golf tournament on God’s green earth!
Luckily you have friends like us here at Bully Pulpit.
We put our heads together and came up with a full proof excuses — er, reasons — for every situation you may encounter.
Well, not really. But Medora came up a bunch in Josh’s interview with Travel + Leisure Magazine!
North Dakota’s been all over the news lately! It started with Theodore Roosevelt National Park being named the #5 Place to Go in 2016 by the New York Times. Now it’s continuing with Josh Duhamel staring in 4 brand new TV commercials for North Dakota Tourism. Check out this great interview Josh did with Travel + Leisure Magazine!
Where in North Dakota should every traveler visit?
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Your need-to-know info for The New York Times’ #5 “Must Do in 2016”
The Theodore Roosevelt National Park has been called many things – the New York Times recently named TRNP the #5 place to visit in 2016 and Josh Duhamel just let the world know that the Park is one of his favorite places to visit!
No joke! Check it out.
So it looks like it’s about that time you set off on your own Theodore Roosevelt National Park adventure. Here’s everything you need to have the adventure of a lifetime!
So, here are some recommendations to help finalize your trip to TR National Park this summer.
Bully Pulpit Golf Course opens April 8, weather permitting.
For many of you, this will be your first round of the year. So we’ve decided to help you prepare. Below Dr. Michael Hurzdan, the designer of Bully Pulpit Golf Course, gets you ready for your round by letting you into his head — as he describes what went into the designing of Bully Pulpit’s front nine.
You can use this information to help you shoot your best score on Bully Pulpit. By taking advantage of the front nine’s easy par threes, and the reachable par 5 fourth, you set yourself up for a great round — but be prepared, because once you make the turn and head up into the Badlands, the golf gets very, very interesting.