Mark Holiday, PGAPGA Director of Golf Bridger Creek Golf Course
Born and raised in North Dakota I started golf in 6th grade and immediately couldn't play too much. I played 4 years of high school golf and 2 years of college golf. In 1989, along with two partners, I became an owner of The Pines golf course in central Michigan and started my PGA education, becoming a class A member in 1992. Our partnership bought into Bozeman's Bridger Creek Golf Course in 1994 and we moved back to Montana to complete construction of BCGC and begin golf operations in July of 1994. Since that time I've been either head professional or Director of Golf for our company. I've been involved with creating and teaching lesson programs for juniors, co-ed adult, women's and senior programs for 30 years. Literally thousands of people have learned to golf, or honed their skills, through these programs. I've been honored to have received the Rocky Mountain section Player Development award six times, the Golf Professional of the year award and the 2012 National PGA Player Development Award. While these honors testify to the quality of the programs and hard work of all the teachers involved, the greatest testimony is the joy we see when our students fall in love with the great game of golf. We know the game will give them a lifetime of challenge and fulfillment.
Begin your journey
Helping players achieve their goals.
Learn the basics
Get comfortable for business golf
Avoid embarrassment on the first tee
Having More Fun
Connect with golfers of similar age
Connect with golfers of similar skill
Have more fun on the course
Improving Your Game
Make the high school golf team
Improve your Short Game
Get swing diagnostic testing
Prepare for Tournament Golf
Add 10 yards
Playing with disabilities
Bridger Creek Golf Course
Bridger Creek is daily fee public golf course located at the base of the Bridger Mountains in Bozeman, Montana. Designed by former Riviera Country Club Head professional, Mac Hunter, it opened in 1994 and has since hosted many state and regional championships including 2 US Amateur qualifiers Set amidst the East Gallatin river and Bridger Creek, it plays to just 6500 yards but Mr. Hunter's artful design holds its own against the best players. Known regionally for it's extensive teaching programs from ages 4 thru it's "seniors" program that has hosted 90+ year old golfers. Yearly teaching 500+ players everything from the fundamentals to the nuances of the game. BCGC's PGA Director of Golf won the National PGA 's Player Development award in 2012.
*Coaching available to public
2710 McIlhattan Rd, Bozeman, MT 59715-8717