Eagle Falls Golf Club

1025 25th Street North
Great Falls, MT 59405



The new course offers a variety of shots and challenges, such as the 14th hole par 3, stretching to a length of 205 uphill yards. The signature hole is the par four dogleg right eighteenth, which features a lake to negotiate on the second shot, into a well guarded undulating green.

The course plays in varying lengths from 5,234 to 6,571 yards. Par at Eagle Falls is 35-36 par 71. The practice facilities include a newly designed chipping green, with a practice bunker that offers many types of "specialty" shots.

The City of Great Falls opened the nine hole Veterans' Memorial Golf Course for play in 1953. The course was subsequently expanded to 18 holes and renamed R.O. Speck Golf Course. In 2001, the name was changed to the Eagle Falls Golf Club.

The summer of 1999, saw the beginning of a major course redesign and renovation project. Les Furber of Golf Design Services was contracted to do the design. The renovation project also included a new irrigation sytem. Currently, 14 holes have been completed and the remaining four holes (3,5,6,7) will undergo renovation when funds allow.

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