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Pro Shop

Pro Shop Hours

Driving Range:

Open Daily: April 1 – October 31

Opens with Golf Shop & Closes as daylight permits retrieving range balls


(406) 442-5750 ext. 3

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Golf Lessons

Many different options are available if you, your spouse, or child is looking for help with their golf game with lessons from our PGA Head Golf Professional, Chad Carlson, or our Assistant Golf Professional, Ryan Cutter.

  • Private Lesson: Lesson with one-on-one instruction.
  • Short Game: Covers all the scoring shots from pitch shots to sand shots and putting. Anything you need help on from 50 yards and it can be covered in a short game lesson.
  • Playing Lesson: Are you having trouble taking your game from the range to the golf course? If so, a playing lesson is what you are looking for. This is also a great chance to learn some tips on course management.

Please call the pro shop at 406-442-5750 ext. 3 to inquire about group lessons if interested.

Golf Policies

Tee Times

The Golf Shop staff is responsible for handling tee times. Members may reserve tee times seven (7) days in advance. Non-members may reserve tee times three (3) days in advance, except for weekend play. (See Non-Member Play). The golf shop reserves the right to make pairings when necessary to facilitate speed of play.

Check-In Before Play

Each member is responsible for checking in before play as well as checking in any guests. This includes signing the register in the golf shop and listing the name and hometown of all guests accompanying them on the course.

Non-Member Play

Non-member golfers at GMCC are classified as: (1) Resident Non-Members and (2) Non-Resident Non-Members.

Resident non-members, those living within Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, or Jefferson counties, are welcome to play at GMCC for the posted guest fee when accompanied by a GMCC member. Resident non-members are limited to one of the following combinations: 4 non-tournament rounds or single day events per season OR 2 multi-day events per season OR 1 multi day event and 2 non-tournament rounds or single day events per season. The golf shop is responsible for tracking resident non-member rounds.

Starting from #10

Permission must be obtained from the Golf Shop to start a round on #10. If permission is granted, it is the golfer’s responsibility to determine holes 9 & 10 are completely clear – or that players on #9 do not intend to continue. No one may tee off #10 on Saturday or Sunday after 12:00 pm. If you stop for lunch or any other delay within your control, you lose your place on #10 tee and must wait until there is an opening such as described above.

Slow Play

Slow play is not tolerated at GMCC. Signs are posted throughout the golf course indicating a reasonable time frame for a round of golf. Always be aware of your position on the course. It is the player’s responsibility to keep a proper pace of play. Inability to do so may result in removal from the course.

Groups of Five (5)

“Fivesomes” are allowed only with permission from the Golf Shop. As a rule, three (3) power carts must be used. Special exceptions may be made during non-peak play at the discretion of the Golf Shop Staff.

Weekend Play

Groups of four (4) are preferred before 1:00 pm on weekends. The Golf Shop reserves the right to make pairings during peak periods.

Frost Delays

Playing on frost covered turf causes damage. The Superintendent will notify the Golf Shop when play is allowed

Dress Code

Proper attire must be worn by all members and guests.

For Men Golf shirts must be worn at all times. Slacks, hemmed jeans, golf or tennis shorts are permissible; jogging shorts or cut-off jean shorts are not. T-shirts are NOT permitted in any area other than fitness and pool areas.

For Women Jogging shorts, cut-off jeans, short-shorts, bare midriff or halter-tops will not be permitted.

*Golf shoes, sneakers, or rubber-soled shoes must be worn on the course and driving range. Any footwear that will damage the greens is strictly forbidden. Headwear must be removed in the Dining Room. It is the responsibility of the members to inform their guests of the dress code policy.

Non-Metal Cleat Policy: Metal cleats or spikes are prohibited from all playing and practice facilities at GMCC.