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Butte Country Club3400 Elizabeth Warren Ave
Butte, MT 59701
Phone: (406)494-3383Fax: (406)494-7081
This course has many trees that can alter your shots. The greens are small, fast, and elevated. Either a large pond or a creek come into play on almost every hole. Every green is either protected by grass or sand bunkers. During the spring months, a nice breeze starts blowing that could make proper club selection an important part of the game.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK|
|Season:||Apr 15 to Oct 15|
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Course reviews for Butte Country Club
Average Golfer Review (3.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
short but demanding and fair, Dec 30, 2011
|reviewer: Rick Kloepfer
from Boise, Idaho USA
|Very enjoyable course. Has been used for USGA men's amatueur qualifying for most of a century. Course requires strategy, shot placement, a good short game as the greens are postage stamp in size. For a course as old as it is you would expect the tournament course record to be quite low. Plays 6300 yds. at 5500 ft in elevation but I don't believe it is that low. 64 in 1981 was the low for us am qualifying and the tournament course record. Probably lower by now, but that is testament to what small greens and water, willows and trees on a short course can demand.|
| 3 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Short but fun, Jun 18, 2004
|reviewer: Butte Rat
|The BCC is a very friendly golf course if you play a relativly straight game. The fairways are open but close quickly if you go to far to the right or left. The course is set-up for right hand players that fade the ball. Most holes have no need for a driver but if you use driver and hit 260 plus you better be able to hit left to right or you will run out of fairway. Keep the ball straight and under 260 you won't have any problems and still be able to hit into the green with an iron. The greens are sloped and fast always leave the ball below the hole or you will 3 putt or worse. Even if you are chipping up to the hole better than a downhill 2 footer.|