The centerpiece of The Stock Farm Club, and the source of unending pride for us as members, is our championship golf course. Created by Tom Fazio, the 7,000-yard masterpiece consistently appears on any list of the world’s premier club courses. This is a course that we all enjoy playing, no matter what our skill level. Our mild Bitterroot climate means golf seasons typically extend from early April through late November, giving those of us interested in honing our game the chance for extended play.
Immersed in Nature
When a designer like Tom Fazio imagines a golf course in a place like Montana, he conjures a course from what the landscape offers. The Stock Farm Course, a place so beautiful hikers treasure it as much as golfers, blends technical challenges with natural awe.
The tee box on #3, a signature hole, sits across a ravine full of sagebrush, pine and native grasses. You’re swinging for a fairway that swells and rolls toward the green-but your target could be the massive Bitterroot Mountain range that serves as a backdrop.
This is a course you play immersed in nature, not bending between condos. Enclosed by pine forest, the 18th fairway is so gorgeous it’s hard to want to end your round.