Maybe I’ve never found so little information like about the Wilderness Club Resort (in Eureka, Montana). Troon has been selected to manage the Wilderness Club Resort.
Troon Golf, the resort and daily-fee operating division of Troon, will manage golf operations, hospitality, food & beverage, golf course agronomy, and golf marketing.
Wilderness Club Resort is a semi-private club located in Northern Montana near the Kootenai National Forest, approximately eight miles from the Canadian border.
The property features an 18-hole Sir Nick Faldo-designed golf course that is rated as the No. 1 course you can play in Montana by Golfweek and ranked No. 57 on Golf Digest’s list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses.
Sir Nick Faldo said
“The sandy site and gently rolling topography, coupled with the dense pine forest that the area borders makes for an interesting mix of woodland and links-style qualities that offers a truly diverse golfing experience.”
The course is open for daily-fee and resort-guest play from April through November and is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, between the Whitefish and Purcell Mountain Ranges. Routed through natural streams, lakes, and Ponderosa Pines, the golf course opened for play in 2009.
The 550-acre resort offers a collection of fully-equipped suites, cabins, and cottages that can accommodate everything from a couples getaway to a large group or family gathering.
A full-service spa, horse park, water park, sports park, and a 21-acre lake for fishing provide resort guests with a bevy of non-golf recreational options.