The real tree ping limited ketsch is in the house… Only one in section… Beautiful! lucky for Abnash Saran, he snagged it right away!

Mowing in the fog. Looks to be a great mandatory golf Friday…

People are pumped… suns out guns out!  10 -2 with the ISR hotdog bar…

All equipment questions answers – try new Putters, Irons, be fitted for a Driver or Wedge Start the season with something NEW in the Bag

Specials only last while the Demo Day is on!



 Representatives scheduled to be at the Ranch

  PING, Taylor Made, Cobra & Callaway

ISR Famous Hot Dog Bar

Course is now officially marked. Please record ALL your scores for tournament and league play… Remember how to use the “P” word….provisional ball rule⛳27 usga rule 27

Spring has Sprung….

Twenty-seventeen is moving fast! Happy April, ISR friends and family.Well, the 19 year record breaking snow we received this past winter is paying dividends in the shape of the course – the Ranch is going off!!

Golf Shop Event: April 14-17th ISR Customer Appreciation Weekdend. 20% off in the Golf Shop.
New stock in Men’s and Ladies Apparel is now in. Under Armour, Ping, QED, Adidas & Linksoul in stock and looking fresh.

The course has been getting rave reviews, the fairways are about as good as they’ve been in years, and the greens are rolling true. Thanks to our Superintendent, Dwight Stump, and the whole grounds crew team for their effort in opening the course in such great shape. We still have a ways to go on getting the course exactly where we want it, but we are making progress.

I’m happy to say we’ve been seeing more of the female gender swinging clubs and hanging out up at the Ranch. Which is just in time for our newly recreated Ladies Golf Union. Nine holes of play & socializing on Wednesday evenings.

Also, our Indian Springs Ranch Membership is growing!…We just hit the 62 mark! Local discount rates apply, and it is a steal for all the perks involved so tell your buddies. Men, women, and juniors are all welcome.

Tournaments: We would like to start the ISR Match Play Championship. Please let us now your thoughts on having this event every year starting in the spring of the season. Cinco de Mayo Scramble is right around the corner and Men’s league teams are already shaping up guys starting to get there practice time in.

Time to sharpen your game? Spring is the best time to tune up your game. If you’re interested please inquire within the Golf Shop. Group clinics are taking place and private lessons are being scheduled.

Quick marshal note: Pace of play is always a hot topic at any golf course. It’s simple, please be courteous to others, move along in a timely manner and keep up with the group in front of you. We love our 12 minute tee times so don’t crowd anyone off the first tee. Thank you!

Why do we Play?
1. More good shots, less bad shots

2.Have fun with friends

3.Shoot a Lower Score

Mark Fenech, PGA
Head Professional
Golf Shop 406.889.5056

The Practice Facility is now Open!!

We are taking Tee-times for play starting April 1st…. GAME ON!!!

Hey it looks like the president is enjoying his golf in between managing this great country…..found this online a few minutes ago though we would share!  We are open!

Some critics of President Trump and the news media argue that political commentators have set an unusually low bar for Trump. At 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, the news division of Fox News sent out this “news alert”:

In fact, Trump spent Saturday and Sunday at his golf course in Sterling, Virginia. His staff said he was in meetings, but social media posts showed he was wearing golf attire and spending time on the links. “Normally, I’d suggest that everyone cool it with the golf snark,” notes Kevin Drum at Mother Jones. “We’ve now had four consecutive presidents who have taken endless grief every time they hit the links, and it’s pretty stupid.” But not only was this Trump’s 13th trip to one of his golf clubs in 10 weeks in office, “like an embarrassed drunk, he’s now trying to hide his golf addiction.”

At The New York Times, Eric Lipton and Noah Weiland have a more substantive critique of Trump’s frequent visits to Trump-branded properties, including another meal at his hotel in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night — the only restaurant he’s eaten at in D.C. while president. For Trump, “it was just another weekend with a presidential-size spotlight on his family’s business outlets,” they write. “White House officials have said Mr. Trump goes to his clubs and restaurants because he is comfortable there, but critics increasingly argue that the visits are priceless advertising and that Mr. Trump and his family are using the presidency as a way to enrich themselves.”

“It is normal for presidents to get out — and it can be a boost for small businesses across the city and the country,” Robert Weissman, president of Public Citizen, told The Times. “But with President Trump, he spends his down time as a walking advertisement for his businesses. It is a major departure from historic norm and degradation of the office.”

Again, Trump had a tough week, and a few rounds of golf is a healthy way to blow off steam. But while Trump did not travel to his Florida club this weekend, and he may have spent part of his golf outings holding meetings, he clearly did not spend the “weekend working at the White House.” And even if he had, outside of CNN, it’s doesn’t usually merit a “news alert” when somebody does his job.  by Peter Weber


Come join us for a discussion on the new proposed USGA Rules of Golf. We look forward to an interactive discussion where all opinions are welcome. Join us in the new Golf Shop at Indian Springs Ranch from 4:00 to 6:00.