The picturesque par-72 course at Hamilton Golf Club is located in Hamilton, Montana in the heart of the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of Southwestern Montana. It is a golfing experience you’ll always remember. The Hamilton Golf Club, originally a nine-hole course, was established in 1924 on land once owned by Montana Copper King, Marcus Daly. The back-nine was designed by the Club’s former golf pro James Wallinder and Jack Martin and opened for play several decades later in July 1979.
The course includes a driving range, a chipping/pitching green, and a putting green located adjacent to the club house.
The course features a course rating of 71.7 and a slope rating of 121 from our championship tees. At over 6853 from the back tees, the course offers a challenging layout highlighted by several water hazards and other natural obstacles. We’ll see you on the course soon!