Anaconda Hills Golf Course is a semi-private (open to the public) 18 hole golf course located in Black Eagle, Montana.
Anaconda Hills G.C. started as a nine-hole course with sand greens in the 1925 as an employee course for the Anaconda Smelter Company. Grass greens were added in the 1970s. In 1992, the course was expanded to 18 holes.
The 18-hole course plays to a par of 69 and measures just under 5,700 yards from the back tees. The front (original) 9 is hilly and tree-lined and features small, sloping greens. The keys for scoring are on the 2nd, 4th, and 9th holes. These are two long par threes and an uphill, narrow par five. The newer back nine is routed across hilly land with ravines, natural rough, and water guarding the large greens. While short in length, the 18 holes require more brains than brawn. A careful tee shot placement, and good putting is essential to good scoring. The course can be played at various lengths, making it enjoyable for even the beginning golfer.