Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda, Montana, is the first golf course ever built on a Federal EPA Superfund site, Anaconda’s historic century old copper smelter. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Old Works Golf Course incorporates many of the relics from its historic site, from the flue and oven remains to fairways that border and wind their way between black slag. The par 72 Old Works Golf Course features generous fairway landing areas bordered by native grasses with large undulating greens. Warm Springs Creek, once utilized by the smelting operation and now hosting a healthy population of trout, is negotiated a number of times during the round of golf and adds character to the layout. Old Works Golf Course is open April through November. Book your tee time today.
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