Northwest Montana boasts some of the most remote country in the Lower 48. My favorite place is the Yaak Valley, but that’s a story for another time.
Maybe the best kept secret for golf in the state is the Wilderness Club, set on the edge of the Kootenai National Forest.
The course meanders through the wildest of Ponderosa Pine forests. Don’t be surprised if you see wildlife ranging from deer and elk, to moose, and the occasional wolf (it’s happened).
Even though the playing season is short this far north, the Wilderness Club is always in spectacular shape. The greens are especially true and run quick.
Truly golf in the middle of nowhere, you won’t want to leave once you’ve arrived at the Wilderness Club.