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“Wow! Water traps”

Red Lodge Mountain Golf Course
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Owner description: 18 Hole public golf course with practice facility, clubhouse, and golf shop.
Reviewed August 14, 2013

Very nice course. Deer running along the creek that runs through. Tough Course, lots of water criss crossing. No matter how much you try not to think about it, it was where my ball ended up about 8 times. Really neat island hole! Definitely check this place out. We went on a Friday during the day on a long weekend and was not busy at all.

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Reviewed November 5, 2012

This is a long course, especially for women. Overall the course is challenging and has some nice views of vacation homes, a stream winds through the course, so take plenty of golf balls.

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Reviewed June 27, 2011

Fun course to play, 15 is outstanding with the island green. Coupons available in the local paper that help the price. Will play again

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Reviewed August 18, 2005

If you're a golfer, the Red Lodge Mountain GC is a nice treat to have in a town that's mostly about fishing, skiing and other mountainly pursuits. The front 9 are a bit like a muni--up, back, up, back--but the rushing mountain streams and mountain views in the distance were a lovely change of pace for a couple of East Coast golfers. The back 9 starts with several wide open holes in the middle of a prairie and then drops down into the valley for a couple of challenging par 3s and then a steep climb back up for a challenging par 5 finish.

The course was in outstanding condition in mid-August, although we noticed on this course and another we played in Bozeman that Montanans apparently don't fix their ball marks. Price was right, about $60 for 2 of us with a cart on a Wednesday afternoon. On the first hole, we wished we had better eyesight or a yardage book to tell us that the stream was definitely reachable from the tee. You've been tipped off!

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