Hole in...four!

A golf ball lies in the rough just outside of the green. Golfers will have no trouble getting a tee time in Missoula, with eight golf courses in the area.


With eight golf courses in the area, Missoulians take advantage of the long summer days by hitting the links.

Courses at Highlands, King Ranch, Larchmont, The University of Montana, Missoula Country Club, Linda Vista, Canyon River, and The Ranch Club are sure to wet your appetite for swinging the clubs.

The Old Works Course 90 minutes east in Anaconda, MT – a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course – combines a peek into Montana’s mining past and world-class fairways. Be sure to get a tee time—most courses fill up quickly.

For more information on golf, visit Destination Missoula.

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