Montana’s landscape is breathtaking; ranging from the Rocky Mountains to vast open plains the state’s nickname is “Big Sky Country” for its wide open spaces. One of the best natural parks in America can be found in Montana at Glacier National Park, where visitors can travel the famed Going-to-the-Sun Road that’s lined with snow-capped peaks, lakes and alpine hiking trails. There are plenty of things to do in “Big Sky Country”, from winter activities and family fun to shopping and art galleries, you can find your next adventure in this state.
The best way to enjoy Montana’s natural beauty is of course on the links! A stunning stay and play resort is the Wilderness Club in Eureka which features a course design by 6-time major winner Nick Faldo. Immaculately kempt, Wilderness Club caters to every golfer’s fantasy and offers a wide range of rooms and villas to make your stay that much more comfortable. For a daily fee play, golfers have to check out Old Works Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus design that was rebuilt on the site of an old Copper Smelter. This course has great service and brilliant course conditions which make it one of the premiere courses not just in Montana but the Northwest region. Missoula is amazing city in Montana, especially for enjoying the outdoors with everything from white water rafting to hiking trails. One way to enjoy the outdoors in this city is at Canyon River Golf Club which features arguably the best greens in the state.
Montana has a unique history especially in the development of the west. From General Custer’s Last Stand at Little Big Horn to the numerous Native American tribes that hunted buffalo across its plains, Montana offers tourists a glimpse into the Wild West. Complementing its history is its unique and beautiful landscape, “Big Sky Country” is a great spot to unwind and enjoy a nice golf trip with friends or family.