Mostly Flat & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
4300 ft.Course Length: Metric
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DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Lightning DB-5Hole Type:
Not Cart Friendly
Description: Seeley-Swan High School's course, created and maintained by the SSHS Student Council, weaves through towering Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir, and Larch near Morrell Creek in Seeley Lake, Montana. Holes 1-9 ("The Benevolent Nine") traverse mellow, flat terrain; they serve as both appetizer for the hardy and complete meal for those seeking a pleasant half-hour fix. Holes 10-18 (you guessed it- "The Malevolent Nine") do not care if you are on a schedule or if you'd prefer to keep debris OUTSIDE your shoes. They require commitment to a loose climb immediately after a potentially humbling uphill throw (#11) and a steep descent after #14. At #16, you'll approach the creek and then wind your way over, under, and around deadfall.
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Local Directions: From Hwy 83 in Seeley Lake, go east on Locust/Airport Rd.(sign for airport). In 1/2 mile, turn into the Seeley-Swan High School parking lot. The #1 tee is behind the school at the NE corner of the gym. Alternatively, you could drive past the school, park at the top of the hill, and start at hole #12.