Rock Creek Cattle Company Golf Course opened in 2008. The course was designed by Tom Doak.
The land that now makes up Rock Creek Cattle Company was once a part of the historic Grant-Kohrs Ranch, a sprawling empire that spanned nearly 10 million acres of southwestern Montana. Rock Creek Cattle Company is comprised of the 28,000-acre Home Ranch and secluded Rock Creek Lake. The Rock Creek Golf Course at the Rock Creek Cattle Company measures 7,466 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.
The consensus is that this firm, fast, undulating layout that's surrounded by an 80,000-acre working ranch is superbly routed, with majestic scenery and inspired bunkering. The 435-yard, par-4 opener, with its split fairway and the 598-yard, par-5 closer, which plays from a rock cliff overlooking a trout stream, with the snow-capped Tetons in the backdrop, bookend a terrific course.
I Tees: Par 71, 7,466 yards
II Tees: Par 71, 6,878 yards
III Tees: Par 71, 6,294 yards
IV Tees: Par 71, 5,445 yards
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