Trestle Creek golf course first opened for play in 1994. The course was designed by Grant Lincoln and Michael Mast.
Trestle Creek golf course is a narrow, tree-lined course that requires accurate shots. There are sand bunkers on the course, and water hazards come into play on three holes. The terrain is predominantly flat, but some mounds can cause uneven lies. The medium-sized greens are extremely undulating, sloped from back to front but are soft enough to hold your approach shots.
Trestle Creek is set in a natural forest setting along the magnificent Clark Fork River.
The Trestle Creek Golf Course plays to a maximum 9-hole distance of 3,219 yards and a 9-hole par of 36.
$21 (cart not included), played on Tuesday, May 2012 at 4pm
Early in the season and the fairways have not fully grown in from the winter. Crews are woring on the greens and fairways and they are looking better. Very friendly staff. Good season menbership price. Good variety of shots needed to score well. Narrow mowed fairways require good shots to stay in the short grass.
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