Bully Pulpit Golf Course continues attracting golfers from across the world. The course, surrounded by the dramatic North Dakota Badlands, conforms to the landscape of meadows and woodlands and meanders along the Little Missouri River.
Golfers can see the respect given to the environment during construction. The variety in topography, vegetation, wildlife, vistas, history, and natural assets provides excellent competition for golfers of all skill levels.
The course features five different tees, ranging in length from a comfortable 4,750 total yards from the forward tees to a challenging 7,166 at the tips. The course is open from April 1st through mid-October.
In addition to the competitive opportunities of the course, golfers will have special opportunities to witness rare geological formations, the result of millions of years of environmental changes. Photo opportunities abound on the course—and one may even see a mule deer posing.
To reserve a tee time or find out more information about Bully Pulpit Golf Course, contact 701-623-4444.