Big Sky Resort
About Big Sky ResortThe Big Sky Resort might be known first and foremost as a winter playland, but summer is equally enjoyable. Guests of the resort have so many local activities at their fingertips – 40 miles of mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides, ziplining, golf, an escape room, guided hikes, archery, disc golf, fly fishing, horseback riding, rock climbing and whitewater rafting. The mountain offers more than 20 restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Four hotels reside in the mountain village with one more by Highway 191. Vacation rentals include cabins, condos and private homes, while the Signature Collection delivers the best of these. The resort’s Arnold Palmer course is 6,500 feet above sea level, perfect for longer drives at elevation.
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Weird place. Very open and boring course. Greens could not have been slower and some should not have been open for play due to winter kill. And it was July 24th. Wend to get a scorecard out at the 2nd and the ones available were had been all wet so they were all stuck together. Was a good example of the maintenance they put into this course. Do not go out of your way to play here! Also do not reduce rate to walk.
Course was not in great condition, especially for Labor Day weekend. Fairways were shaggy. Lots of dry patches. Greens slow. The course layout was decent, besides the 3rd hole, which was a blind par 3. One of the worst holes I've ever played. I paid $47 and felt that was too much. However, scenery is great and the course is very walkable. Pace of play was good.