Opened in 2007, The Club at Spanish Peaks was rescued from a bankruptcy filing in 2011, reappearing stronger than ever after a two-year shutdown. And from the summer of 2021, residents of the new on-site Montage Hotel can book a tee time here so the course can now be enjoyed by an ever-increasing number of golfers.
Situated less than a couple of miles north of Yellowstone Club, another Tom Weiskopf design in the Big Sky region of Montana, the course lies at an altitude of 7,000 feet above sea level, offering 360-degree vistas from just about every fairway of heavily forested terrain and mountain peaks.
Feature holes include the 442-yard 5th (where the approach requires a carry over a small gully), and the 536-yard 7th, which heads uphill to a semi-blind green. On the back nine, the 180-yard 15th is a thrilling downhill par three played over water to the green, with the obligatory Weiskopf short par four hole appearing at the 335-yard 17th.