Whitefish Lake Golf Course is the only 36 hole golf facility in the area and features all the amenities of a world-class resort course. Both the North and South Courses play along tree-lined fairways, feature bentgrass greens, beautiful bunkers and exceptional views of Whitefish Lake on the North Course and Lost Coon Lake on the South. A variety of tees provides the beginner and the experienced player choices and plenty of challenges as they make their way around the courses.
It is not at all uncommon to view a wide selection of wildlife including deer, turkeys, geese, ducks, loons and the occasional bear, elk or moose, so bring your camera to record your favorite hole or view. The North Course now stretches to just under 7,000 yards from the black tees, while the white tees tees play at a comfortable 6,350 yards. Whitefish Lake Golf Club has some of the lowest rates around and unquestionably the best playing conditions in the area. Enjoy the practice range, rent clubs, dine on the fantastic new deck or the formal dining room of the rustic log clubhouse. We pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service and we are convinced you will want to to return often, or become a member.
The North Course is a more traditional parkland style design that dates back to the 1930's and is available for 9 or 18 hole play. There are enough changes in elevation to make the course quite challenging, but walkable if you desire. The South Course is more of a shot-makers design and demands that players use every club in their bag to manage their way around the course. Water comes into play on six holes on the South Course, but that very challenge affords great views and variety. The South Course was recently named one of the Top 5 courses in Montana by Golfweek Magazine (2012).
Whitefish Lake Golf Club is the most requested golf destination in Montana and both courses have been consistently rated in the top five by Golf Digest. The Flathead Valley golf courses were ranked one of the top 50 Golf Destinations in the world. A great temperate climate allows you to play all day long with daylight extending up to 16 hours during the peak summer season. Where can you play golf on such a quality facility and be only minutes away from Glacier Park and Whitefish Lake?
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