3731 Bible Camp Road
Medora, ND 58645
Price to Play
$76 - $100

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Bully Pulpit Golf Course

Bully Pulpit is located on the far western side of North Dakota near the Montana border just off I-94 in Medora, a restored western town with a history that includes Teddy Roosevelt, General Custer, and Indians. The area is where the Little Missouri River meets the Dakota Badlands and the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

The course is a hidden gem, built using the existing land over a roomy 900+ acres routed along a mile or more of Little Missouri riverside and the Badlands. The Badland's, described as "hell with the fires gone out," is rugged land with frequent sightings of wild bison and horses, bighorn sheep, antelope, mountain cats, coyotes, turkeys, prairie dogs, and snakes, so it's prudent to keep your ball in the fairway! The holes offer endless variety with those laid into open prairie lands, along the River, into the cottonwood forest with the finishing holes in the Badlands through the gorge and from butte-top tee boxes. There's five sets of tees from 4,750 to 7,166 yards, the middle tees play to 6,000 yards, 70.4/123, course/slope ratings, designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan.