Buffalo Hill Golf Course
This is truly a "must play" golf course...
Buffalo Hill Golf Course is the most popular golf course in the Flathead Valley. The beauty and charm of the Championship 18, along with the scenic splendor and panoramic views will bring you back time and time again. Buffalo Hill is consistently on Golf Digest's top courses and places to play. This is truly a "must play" golf course.
Relax and enjoy the Flathead Valley’s finest golf course conveniently located in Kalispell, MT close to Kalispell’s historic downtown area as well as the all new shopping areas.
- 27 Holes of Golf
- PGA Golf Shop
- Driving Range
- Practice Greens
- Power Cart Rental
- Regular and VIP Rental Clubs
- Golf Lessons
|18 holes||4/1 - 4/30||5/1 - 5/31||6/1 - 9/30||10/1 - 10/31||Cart (per person)|
Groups are welcome; call for special rates. For play enjoyment, pace of play is strictly enforced. Non-metal spikes only.
“There is a group of 24 that has been visiting for the past 6 years because of the location and value. The most memorable part of the trip is playing Buffalo Hill golf course. We've used NW Montana Golf Association for the past 6 years and have always had good service.”
~ John, Calgary, Alberta
“Buffalo Hills was the most fun to play but all the courses (I played seven) were fantastic.”
~ John, Colorado Springs, CO
“I've golfed Buffalo Hill Golf Course for 32 years, and never get bored. Every round is different due to all the lakes, rivers, doglegs, variety of trees, hills, sand traps, not to mention the unbelievable views of Glacier Park, Big Mountain Ski Resort, and Rocky Mountains. The staff is the friendliest. The rates are very affordable, especially a season pass. I hope to play 32 more years so I can shoot my age. ”
“We came to NW Montana to see the beauty and visit wonderful friends who live in Kalispell. We spent time enjoying the natural beauty of the countryside, visiting Glacier National Park, drinking, dining, and celebrating with old and new friends. After playing one round at Buffalo Hill we knew we had to come back. The only thing we would have changed is we would have stayed longer than 5 nights.”
~ Joe, Pasadena, CA