Description: Selected by Golf Digest as one of the ten best courses you can play in Montana, Bridger Creek's reputation continues to grow. The Course will be Montana's only qualifying site for the US Amateur in both 2002 and 2003. Its PGA professionals also teach Montana's only Nike Junior camp help the last week in July.
Opened for play in 1994, this 18-hole course lies at the feet of the North end of the Bridger Mountains only 5 minutes from Historic Downtown Bozeman. Bridger Creek was designed by Mac Hunter. It does not demand great length off the tee but will discern quickly and accurately the status of the player's short game. The men's championship course plays to 6,600 yards and the women's course to 4,902 yards.
Golf is not the only sport enjoyed on the grounds. Bridger Creek runs though the course and the East Gallatin River borders it on the west. Both support plenty of brown and rainbow trout. Bring your rod, your camera and your golf game. For more information see http://www.bridgercreek.com or call (406) 586-2333.
Rates: $28.00 for 18 holes
Tee Times: Call (406) 586-2333.
Directions: The Bridger Creek is on the north east side of Bozeman, Montana, within the city limits. From the I-90, 7th Avenue Exit go north 200 yards and turn right on Griffin Drive. At the next stop sign which is Rouse Avenue turn left follow Rouse past Zigs Lumber and turn left on Story Mill Road, go 1/3 mile to McIlhattan Road and turn left. The Pro Shop is on your right about 1/2 miles past Story Mill and McIlhattan. We're less than 5 minutes from 7th Avenue and I-90 and about 5 minutes from downtown Bozeman.