Bohart Ranch X-C Ski Center

Bozeman, Montana     1 course · 26 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Joe Harr › June 30, 2011
the original18 is the classic local mountain course, not a superlong track but errant throws are punished with the thick trees and brush that line the fairways which are mowed through the,tight,uphill,downhill-all that w/ suprmeme mountain views..."B" the high18 starts just off the main road above where hole 15 original tees, longer holes in general test your game as you wind through the woods on the XC ski trails, play across huge exposed meadows, and traverse hillsides and fen ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brock Antijunti › August 26, 2015
If you want to play some Top Notch disc golf...this is the place to go!! Played two courses upper and lower during the Rocky Mountain Disc Golf Championships in August 2015....they are talking about adding two more courses by 2017!! Great layouts, great course, great environment!! I have played all over the country and its in my top 2 courses to play!!
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Bugni › June 19, 2014
36 holes, all have concrete tee pads. All uniform baskets on lower 18 and upper 18. Mowed fairways, every shot in the bag will be needed on this course. this is one of the top disc golf locations in the U.S!
-  +0 votes  + Keegan Remsen › September 9, 2012
Loved the course. Concrete tee pads on the lower 18 are nice. Lots of change in elevation. Good variety of shots. Only downside was the difficulty in finding the next hole a couple times and on a few holes we weren't sure where the basket was. Definitely not gonna be a problem the next time we play it. 5 dollars per day, but money goes into the course.
-  +0 votes  + Ron Pannesi › October 15, 2011
The original layout is beautiful! It flows and plays to sidearm and backhand players alike and demands accuracy and at times distance. The views are absolutely ridiculous of the Bridger range as well as Bridger Bowl ski area. Double digit under rounds can be had but they happen less frequently than you would think. There is just something sneaky about this place. The course is fair and makes you hit your shots in order to score. The fact that this course is associated with the more demanding p ...
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-  +0 votes  + Sean Davis › July 14, 2015
Great course set in a picturesque valley. Not the longest but lots of elevation and wind to make up for that. Amazing
-  +0 votes  + Sean m › March 16, 2015
Fun course
-  -1 votes  + Robbie Wheeling › May 30, 2015