Whitefish, MT 
Buffalo Bobs Share
Uploaded By: Doktor John   (Taken 10/2010)
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 Fun but very short

1    9/29/2011   9/29/2011
Review By: Dadio
Played: 76  Reviewed: 35  Exp: 30.2 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: one of only 2 courses in Kalispell area. Very pretty in woods. Targets are unique, baskets are handmade and very artistic.
Cons: Very short and while kinda technical most shots weren't too hard. A very good beginner course but really not a course to hold the interest of an experienced player for repeated play. Lack of reliable baskets makes it difficult to recommend. I was there on a slow day and had no problem playing but locals on other course said usually need to be KOA member or pay fees to play.
Other Thoughts: I'm glad I played it the once but in the future I will probably play Lawrence Park or make the drive to Libby. This should also be listed as a double 9, same tees, different targets.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Unique and fun pitch and putt course

1    10/6/2010   10/9/2010
Review By: Doktor John
Played: 415  Reviewed: 64  Exp: 25.7 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Beautiful scenery
Good use of limited space
Good use of natural obstructions
Good use of elevation changes
Unique handmade baskets
Great course to introduce people to the sport...a little challenging with the trees but short enough to make it fun even for a first timer
Great course for kids
Large tee pads
Very intuitive flow
Good variety in hole layout
Great course to practice various shots (like play the whole thing forehand it you are normally a backhanded player)
Picnic tables to relax at
The "back 9" aren't all "tone poles" anymore...many are baskets
Cons: Since the tees are natural/wood chip, some are a little uneven
Though the baskets are all handmade and a bit whimsical, most only have one set of chains and don't hold the discs well...lots of in and out putts
If it were crowded (probably a rarity) it could get a little confusing and hectic since the "back 9" uses all the same tees pads as the front 9
Other Thoughts: If you take this course for what it is, it can be a lot of fun
It's a gorgeous setting and very serene and relaxing
To me, it's a lot more fun than playing Lawrence Park
I'd encourage you, if you are in the area, to take the time to head over and have a very unique round of golf...you could play the whole thing with just a Roc or putter - perfect lunch break course

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.


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