Places to Golf in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole golf courses are among some of the most beautiful in the country with stunning views and well-curated grounds. Whether you live nearby or are visiting for a short time, we recommend getting out on the links for at least a day, or more if golf is your forte. Here are some of the local courses that we feel are worth your time.

Teton Pines

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Annually touted as the best public course Wyoming has to offer, Teton Pines was designed by Arnold Palmer himself in 1987 and is surrounded by beautiful mountain views. The course is situated on relatively flat terrain at the base of the Teton Mountain Range and is a challenging par 72 with over 7,412 yards tip to tip. Non-member play begins at noon and prices range from $70-$175 depending on season and time, with tee times before noon reserved for members.

 

Shooting Star

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Situated just next to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village this members-only course designed by Tom Fazio in 2009 is said to have moved roughly 500,000+ cubic yards of land when it was constructed. The course is peppered with several creeks and ponds that add to the scenery and difficulty of the course. The club offers a variety of amenities outside of its incredible fairways and greens, including a pool, spa, fitness center, and dining facilities. If you get an opportunity to play this course you would be a fool to turn it down.

3 Creek Ranch Golf Club

Designed by Rees Jones in 2005 this private club provides stunning views of the Grand Teton, situated around natural creeks, wildlife, and native greenery. The course itself is frill-free, and near perfectly maintained to provide friendly greens and fairways that are enjoyable for most skill levels while still posing a challenge to all.  This club is the only member-owned club in the valley to this day, and truly captures the spirit of Jackson Hole.

Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis

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Originally Designed by Bob Baldock, and opened in 1965 this club may have some of the richest history in being the valley’s first golf club. It was purchased by Laurance Rockefeller in 1967 and was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1973 turning it into one of the countries most pristine mountain resort courses.  After being sold once again to Vail Resorts, the course was redesigned once more by Jones to refresh the layout. With a new driving range and practice facility, you will not regret spending time here.