The Tom Weiskopf-designed layout at Black Bull Golf Club was unveiled in 2008 and it's located in the Gallatin Valley near Bozeman within a private golfing community.
Host to the US Amateur Public Links Championship in the early 1990s, Eagle Bend Golf Club later called in Nicklaus Design to add a new 9-hole loop to the original layout that William Hull established in 1984.
Whitefish Lake Golf Club's North course was fashioned in the early 1980s by John Steidel, who returned a decade later to renovate what was called the Mountain nine and add another loop, creating a new 18-hole South course.
Les Furber laid out The Ranch Club golf course, disturbing little of the landscape whilst routing the fairways around a generous 343 acre portion of ranchland.
The original 9-hole course at Whitefish Lake Golf Club dates back to 1936; a further nine was added by Gregor MacMillan in the 1960s. John Steidel later renovated both loops, creating the modern day North course.
Located to the east of Missoula, Canyon River Golf Club course is a Lee Schmidt/Brian Curley creation that first opened its doors for play in 2006.
Golf at Buffalo Hill Golf Club was first played in 1918 but today’s 18-hole Championship course dates back to a remodel in 1978, when Arnold Palmer and Bob Dickson played a match to mark the reopening of the new layout.
Situated between Whitefish and Columbia Falls, at the northern end of Flathead Valley, the Meadow Lake Golf Course was renovated by Dick Phelps during the '80s, extending the layout to 6,703 yards from the tips, playing to a par of 72.
Located a mere 15-minute drive south of downtown Billings, the course at Briarwood Golf Club is an early 1980s design from Brad Benz and Mike Poellot that starts and ends with a testing par five on a layout extending to 7,004 yards.
An early 1970s Arnold Palmer design, the golf course at Big Sky Resort Montana is set at altitude and it’s the focal summer attraction at this popular Rockies ski destination.