Golf Course, St. Regis, Montana




Set along the Clark Fork River, Trestle Creek finds that perfect balance that is fun for every level of golfer.  Beginners will find every tee shot to be straight-forward, with only one forced carry on the signature seventh hole.  Advanced players will find that the tree-lined fairways reward the straight driver.  Smooth, beautifully –maintained greens are a joy to putt.  Trestle Creek reflects the pride of a small, active community that embraces the outdoor lifestyle.



2016 Tournaments

demoContact us for entry forms and availability.

Department of Transportation Saturday April 30th 10:00 AM
4 Person Scramble
Trestle Creek Open
Saturday June 4th 10:00 AM
(sign up by 2nd of June)
5 Person Scramble $50/person
Mineral County Chamber of Commerce Tournament
Saturday June 25th 9:30 AM
4 Person Scramble
Trestle Creek Shamble Tourney Saturday July 9th or 10th
2 Person Shamble, Tee Times
6 Front Tees, 6 Middle Tees,
6 Back Tees... You Choose
Course is Open for Public Play
Digger Open Dual Pin
Saturday July 16th 10:00 AM
2 Person Scramble
Course closed until 4:00 PM
Drive By Night Tournament
Friday July 22nd 9:30 PM
2 Person  Scramble 9 Holes
Night Flight Tourney
Friday August 19th 9:00 PM
4 Person Scramble 9 Holes
Club Championship
Friday  August  19th or 20th
Individual Tee Times
Witness Required
Club Championship Final
Saturday August 2st
Course Closed until 3:00 PM
Medical Foundation Benefit
Saturday September 10th
9:30 AM 4 Person Scramble
Course Closed until 3:00 PM
Oktoberfest Weather Permitting
Saturday October 1st
Note: All Tournament dates, start times, and fees are subject to change.  Please call the clubhouse to confirm

Private Tournaments:

Course Closed

demoMay 14th: 1:30 to 6:00 PM


Course Information

Regular Season Pass:

Fees effective – January 1, 2016

A regular season pass entitles the purchaser unlimited golf privileges for the season.  Purchaser will have access to the clubhouse during operating hours.  Season pass pricing is as follows: 

Season Pass

Pre-Season Dues

Regular Annual Dues

Type (In-County)

(Paid by April 17, 2016)

(After April 17, 2016)










Business (Max. 3 Members)



Student (<24)



Junior (<18)







Season Pass

Pre-Season Dues

Regular Annual Dues

Type (Out-of-County)

(Paid by March 31, 2014)

(After March, 2014)










Business (Max. 3 Members)



Student (<24)



Junior (<18)





Employee, Student and Junior members are non-voting members of the Trestle Creek Association.  Business memberships receive one (1) vote, with three (3) annual golf memberships.  Business memberships must specify the three golfers on their membership.  Supporting members have use of the clubhouse and facilities, no golf.  Couple memberships receive (1) vote/couple.

Trail Fees and Cart Storage: 

Charges for trail fees and cart storage apply to those members who own a golf cart and store it in the cart area of the golf course.  Two members may jointly own one cart and charges are applied accordingly:

Daily Trail Fees (Your own cart)

$8.00 per day

Trail Fees (Cart Owner)


Trail Fees (Joint Owners)

$75.00 per person/Year


Cart Storage: SUMMER(Behind Clubhouse)

WINTER(Cart Barn)


 Cart - $90.00

Cart - $90.00

 Cart - $180.00

Golf Club Storage Fee (Per Bag)



Other Services:

Meeting Room (Club House)
    $25.00 (Half Day)
    $50.00 (All Day)

Special Events
    Arrangement by Golf Manager

Weekly Golf Specials
    Scheduled by Golf Manager


Advertising Services and Support:

Annual Fairway Sponsorship (Bench and Hole Sponsor)


Hole Sponsors (On Tee Marker Sign)


Bench Sponsor


Tournament Tee Sponsor



History and Background

Grant Lincoln, a local real estate developer and businessman, designed and built Trestle Creek in 1994.  A third-generation native of St. Regis, Mr. Lincoln later donated Trestle Creek to the community.  It is now member-owned and managed as a non-profit corporation.

Trestle Creek is located in Mineral County, a county with about 4000 people engaged primarily in tourism and logging.  St. Regis is the perfect location for recreation and retirement, offering world-class fishing, hunting, downhill and cross-country skiing, cycling, and hiking.  St. Regis is located at the end of the Hiawatha-Mullan Trail, a world famous rail-to-trail project 70 miles in length.


Course Map

Score Card



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