Build your dream home right at the 9th hole of the Big Sky Golf Course. Located on a quiet cul de sac, this homesite has Lone Peak views as well as surrounding mountains.
Montana is one of the largest states in size and sparsest in density in the United States. The population barely tops one million. Vacation home buyers looking for big sky drives and untamed outdoor adventures find it in this four-season playground of protected lands, national parks and historic sites.Read more about luxury homes in Montana
Open: End of May - End of October Elevation: 6,500 ft. Stats: 18 holes, Par 72 Access: Public Although Big Sky seems tucked away between mountain ranges, the Meadow Village is surprisingly open and expansive. Here lies the well-maintained sprawling green grass that is the Arnold Palmer-designed public Big Sky Golf Course. The greens wind along the banks of the West Fork of the Gallatin River and sit perched underneath the towering Lone Peak. “It’s classic link-style golfing, with each hole linked to the next for easy flow,” explains Chapman. “It brings you back around again and utilizes less space.” When you think of a pubic golf course being somewhat busy, think again. The Big Sky Golf Course is rarely in bottleneck form and has a personalized community feel to it, with a pro shop, a golf pro who teaches regular clinics, and community tournaments throughout the season. It’s also home to the beloved Bunker Bar & Grill, a casual fare hangout with indoor and outdoor seating. “You’re golfing in a beautiful place, with a mountain-meadow style layout, views of the peak, and a stream running through it,” Chapman says.