My husband and I have golfed here twice. The course sits on a Superfund site (which sounds scary, I know) but the view, the course, the incorporation of the old mine works, and did I mention the course? are FABULOUS. The greens are fast. The slag in the bunkers is a deep, shimmery black. The old slews are still there, along with some huge ore carts. Old brick is scattered all over. You cross a fast moving stream (to both the front & back 9) with the clearest water running through it.
Greens fees include a cart & range balls. The staff is super friendly. "Jack's Grill" in the clubhouse serves fresh, delicious food and cold drinks (including Adult Beverages). They send out the beverage cart, too.
If you go in the summer be prepared for thunderstorms. Big, Biblical style thunderstorms with bolts of lightning - and WIND. We were in the tee box on #14 when the siren went off and everyone scurried to the clubhouse. We got there with a few minutes to spare before the heavens opened up. It rained heavily for a good 40 mins before we decided to call it a day. Since we were out of town, we got a credit to use in the pro shop.
The course is a short drive from Butte. Go make a day of it!
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