Many golf communities are adding pint-size courses, which appeal to children as well as to parents who lack the time to play 18 holes.
In Big Sky, Mont., the Spanish Peaks Mountain Club community will be putting in a new short course this spring in addition to its existing 18-hole Tom Weiskopf-designed course. It will be a 10-hole par-3 course, something that Mr. Weiskopf said the community had been considering for years.
“Covid really gave golf a shot in the arm,” he said. “Spanish Peaks has so many members with big families with grandkids, and they want to do what grandpa and grandma do, or with their dad and mom. It’s a great way to get people started in the game.”
Montage opens alpine wellness retreat amid Rocky Mountains of Montana
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Catching up with Bode and Morgan Miller—and their full house. Every time Bode and Morgan Miller return to Big Sky after visiting family in California they take a pulse check to see how the kids are handling the move, and every time Montana wins hands down. “The kids are loving Big Sky,” says Morgan. Little […]