Golfing

Golfing under the Big Sky offers all the usual rewards, with one huge advantage: beautiful mountains rising all around. On most courses, you can stash a fly rod in your pack and pick up a few trout while you're waiting for the foursome ahead of you to tee off. Not bad, eh?

Reuss, Dave
Think Big Sky is only fun in the winter? Think again. Over the last few years, Big Sky Resort has been ramping up their snowless activities, building a tasty menu of summer options that’s nearly on par with their wintertime fare. Read more >>
Tina Orem
And neither is NASCAR, or anything Laird Hamilton does. Read more >>
Thielman-Ibes, Kim
My memories of golfing in Montana as a young girl still provide my diehard golfer friends with a grin and a chuckle. The golf course had no fees, no tees, no sand traps, and come to think of it, no greens either, and golf clubs were optional. A hole-in-one meant you bagged a gopher hole. Read more >>
Orem, Tina
In New Mexico, it's 100 degrees out in July and the last thing you want to do is walk around with 20 pounds of golf clubs on your back for four hours. But that's what I did summer after summer as a kid, because my parents kept signing me up for lessons and tournaments. Read more >>
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