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Pryor Creek Golf Club - North/West CoursePryor Creek Rd
Huntley, MT 59037
Phone: (406)348-3900Fax: (406)348-2501
This club has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The North Course has a fair amount of trees. It also features a creek that winds its way through four holes. The greens are large, and each hole has its own unique characteristics. The South Course features some large greens that are elevated. One of the holes, a 150-yard, par 3, drops 150 feet in elevation from tee to green. The West Course, built through gullies and valleys, provides large greens that are slightly undulating.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Greens Fees:||$20 or Less|
|Dress Code:||Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Oct 15|
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One of the Best Courses in Eastern Montana, Mar 25, 2004
|reviewer: Kory Anderson
from Billings, MT
|Pryor Creek Golf Course is by far the best deal in Billings and surrounding areas including all of Eastern Montana. The course is private but offers public playing every Monday and Tuesday of the Season. Pryor Creek exists of three nine hole courses with talk of building another nine holes. The North course is a beautifully designed nine hole with plenty of water, tree and bunker hazards along with excellent wild life and gorgeous Sandstone and Rimrock scenery that will come into play on most of the nine holes. This course follows a canyon bottom with the Pryor Creek running through it. This creek can pose a challenge on a few of the nine holes. The South course takes you to the opposite end of the creek and puts you on higher ground. Most of the challenges fall in the elevated greens and the narrow dog legged fairways. There are plenty of trees and water hazards to keep you in play. Make sure you hit it straight on this course or else bring allot of extra golf balls. Enjoy the wide open spaces and the beautiful Montana Big Sky from these nine holes. The West course can be the most challenging nine holes on the course. This configuration brings you through a twisting up and down joy ride of golf. There are lots of trees and plenty of water and sand to make the game more interesting. The West course plays on the same conception as the South with its narrow fairways, but the West course throws a few more trees and hills into play. From the tee box on a few of the holes you will contemplate pulling out the big one wood and letting it rip, but maybe you would be better off using your long iron or even the seven! After finishing up your nine holes on any one of the three courses you are just a few feet from the clubhouse. Here you will find a great place to grab a beverage and head out for another nine, or take a seat and enjoy the great view of the course over a cocktail of your choice. Say high to Dave the course Pro who?s always got a few nice things to say and if you get a chance, make sure and compliment Earl on the great grounds keeping he?s been doing. The course looks Great Earl!|