Best Golf Courses in Wyoming

Best Golf Courses in Wyoming

Our Picks for The 10 Best Golf courses in Wyoming

1. Shooting Star – Jackson Hole

Address: 7655 Moose Wilson Rd, Wilson, WY 83014, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Private
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 134
Course Rating: 73.7
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,225
Scorecard: Link
The course was designed by Tom Fazio, whose design style was based on simulating the natural surroundings. Several holes play along streams and lakes backed by sweeping views of the Teton Mountain range. Shooting Star has been sensitively designed to respect and enhance Jackson Hole’s vistas, wildlife habitat, open landscapes, and traditional culture of working cattle ranches.

2. Snake River Sporting Club

Address: 610 W Lodge Cottage Dr, Jackson, WY 83001, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Private
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 145
Course Rating: 76.7
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,533
Scorecard: Link
The course at Snake River Sporting Club is a Tom Weiskopf design that opened for play in 2006, due to the subsequent economic downturn, the facility ceased operations for a few years. After few improvements the course reopened for play in the summer of 2014.

3. Teton Pines Country Club

Address: 3450 North Clubhouse Drive, Wilson, Wyoming (WY) 83014, USA
Type of field: Parkland
Course access: Public
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 137
Course Rating: 74.8
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,412
Scorecard: Link
Teton Pines was set out on 360 acres of an old cattle ranch by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay in 1987. A two-phase renovation project got under way in 2021, with work concentrated initially on the front nine to reduce the size of bunkers, widen fairways and remove trees. The upgrade was overseen by Thad Layton of the Arnold Palmer Design company.

4. Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club

Address: 5000 N Spring Gulch Rd, Jackson, Wyoming 83001, Teton County
Type of field: Links
Course access: Semi-Private
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 135
Course Rating: 74.2
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,409
Scorecard: Link
Jackson Hole’s original course was unveiled in 1965, designed by California-based architect Bob Baldock. Only two years after opening, Laurance Rockefellar stepped in to purchase the property, appointing Robert Trent Jones Jr. to redesign the layout.

5. 3 Creek Ranch

Address: 2800 Ranch House Cir., Jackson, Wyoming (WY) 83001, USA
Type of field: Parkland
Course access: Private
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 140
Course Rating: 76
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,698
Scorecard: Link
One of America’s most celebrated member-owned private club, a golf and fly fishing community, attracts discerning homeowners and members. Situated on 710 acres within the Jackson Hole valley, 3 Creek Ranch mingles within the natural landscape creating an unmatched lifestyle enhanced by the protected corridors, meadows, and creeks that shelter the native wildlife.

6. Rochelle Ranch Golf Course

Address: 2808 E. Rochelle Dr., Rawlins, Wyoming (WY) 82301, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Public
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: n/a
Course Rating: n/a
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,925
Scorecard: Link
The golf course at Rochelle Ranch in Carbon County is the legacy of local sheep farmers Curt and Marian Rochelle, who commissioned Ken Kavanaugh to fashion the longest course in the state of Wyoming. Rochelle Ranch Golf Course was opened in August 2004. Since it’s opening Rochelle Ranch has received many accolades including; Golf Digest’s 29th most difficult course in the country and, number 39 in Golf magazine’s thrifty fifty in 2009. In 2010 it was listed in the state’s top 5 courses to play by Golf magazine.

7. Powder Horn Golf Club (Mountain)

Address: 23 Country Club Lane, Sheridan, Wyoming (WY) 82801, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Private
Length of play: 9-hole course
Slope index: n/a
Course Rating: n/a
Total par (men’s tees): 36
Total yardage (men’s tees):  3,443
Scorecard: Link
This Dick Bailey-designed golf course is naturally at the heart of the community and Powder Horn Golf Club can now boast its championship facility. The original course  opened for play in 1997. It  consists of the Mountain loop, built with an eye on the Home of Golf and the course even includes a replica of the Swilcan Bridge.

8. Three Crowns Golf Club

Address: 1601 King Boulevard, Casper, Wyoming (WY) 82604, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Public
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 133
Course Rating: 73.5
Total par (men’s tees): 71
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,065
Scorecard: Link
The Three Crowns name comes from BP Amoco’s old logo which was crowns of gold, white and red, representing the three different grades of gasoline sold by the company. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. at the start of the new millennium, the course features USGA-specification bentgrass greens, with bluegrass tees, fairways and rough.

9. The Golf Club At Devils Tower

Address: 75 Tower View Dr, Hulett, WY 82720, USA
Type of field: Parkland
Course access: Private
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 129
Course Rating: 73.1
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,111
Scorecard: Link
The Golf Club at Devils Tower lies close to the first US National Monument of the same name. The original 9-hole course was renovated and an additional nine constructed by Kevin Atkinson over a two-year period, starting in 2004. Recognized as one of America’s Top Facilities by the National Golf Foundation, and honored in 2007 among Golf Digest’s “Best New Courses”.

10. Bell Nob Golf Course

Address: 4600 Overdale Dr, Gillette, WY 82718, USA
Type of field: Links
Course access: Public
Length of play: 18-hole course
Slope index: 119
Course Rating: 70.8
Total par (men’s tees): 72
Total yardage (men’s tees):  7,024
Scorecard: Link
The Bell Nob Golf Course opened in 1981 and is operated by Campbell County Parks and Recreation and this rather impressive golf facility enjoyed an extensive renovation in 2012. Part of that improvement program was the reduction in the use of potable water for irrigation.

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