BILLINGS, Mont. -

Montana's Supreme Court says three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond has a valid claim in a property dispute at the members-only Yellowstone Club ski and golf resort.
    
Left unresolved is the multi-million-dollar question of just how much his claim is worth.
    
The high court's Monday ruling comes seven years after LeMond sued the club and founder Tim Blixseth for breaching the terms of a 2000 real estate transaction.
    
Justices upheld a lower court ruling saying LeMond deserves compensation for the breach of contract.
    
But justices questioned whether he should be awarded five lots - valued at up to $3 million each - in a case that began as an argument over a single, million-dollar lot. They remanded that part of the case to District Judge Loren Tucker to reconsider.