Anaconda Hills was originally designed in the 1920’s as a nine-hole course for workers in the company town of Black Eagle. In 1992, it was expanded to 18. To this day, it continues to serve as a staple in Great Falls.
The front nine has plenty of elevation and is treelined. Keep it in the short stuff.
On the back nine, the layout is more open, but deep ravines and natural waste areas demand precise ball striking.
Locals will tell you staying below the hole is key. When the greens dry out in the summer, they become firm and fast.
A fun round at a reasonable price.