Built in 1922, Lead Country Club is one of the oldest courses in western South Dakota, and had some of the first grass greens in the region.
Today, the course is a par 36 and plays 3202 yards from the white tees and 3331 from the blues. Five of the six par fours are over 400 yards. The red tees measure 2733 yards and play to a par 37
Built in 1922, Lead Country Club is one of the oldest courses in
Lead Country Club is famous for primarily two things...the elevated #1 tee and it's small, naturally sloping greens.
For years, the #1 tee was an Astro Turf mat. A combination of heavy use, little sun, and limited space made it nearly impossible to keep grass growing. In the fall of 2009 the Board of Directors decided to widen and lengthen the entire tee box. The resulting grass tee box now provides one of the prettiest and most demanding golf shots in the Black Hills...and you get to try it right in front of everyone in th