The variety of courses include designers such as Arnold Palmer, Tom Weiskopf, Rees Jones and Tom Fazio to name a few. The avid golfer can spend a full week playing golf in Jackson Hole and not play the same hole twice. All of the unique courses in Jackson Hole and surrounding areas have real estate properties associated with them. Please reach out to us for more information on the possibility of home ownership on one of these courses.
This is the oldest course in the valley, with the best views of the Tetons and a chance to play along side bison and moose who graze along the rough. The Robert Trent-Jones II designed golf course is consistently rated as Wyoming’s best by Golf Digest Magazine™. The Leed Certified Club House and totally renovated golf course are among the most distinctive and environmentally forward recreational centers in the Tetons.
This stunning Arnold Palmer course is conveniently located in Wilson with sweeping views of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. This mature and manicured course boasts amazing wildlife and in 2004 the readers of Conde Nast Traveler ranked Teton Pines among the “Top 100 Golf Resorts in North America & the Caribbean.
3 Creek Ranch sits on a spectacular 710-acre expanse of classic western range land just 5 minutes from downtown Jackson. Not only is the private golf on the 18-hole course by Rees Jones world class, but so is the fly-fishing on the ranch’s three blue-ribbon creeks. It’s the authentic West. And for an enviable few, it can be your legacy to your family.
This is one of the most unique courses in the entire valley. This Tom Weiskopf masterpiece measuring 7,500 yards opened as the #2 New Private Course in the country (Golf Digest) in 2007. Design variety runs throughout the layout weaving through native pines, cottonwoods and willows just yards away from the Snake River. Mr. Weiskopf took great care to incorporate the natural landscape into the course architecture.
Shooting Star is the most recent course built in Jackson Hole, and sits at the base of the famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village. The designer describes the course best.
“We built a core golf course to protect the open space and to eliminate the intrusions of streets and homes and long walks from greens to tees,” said Fazio. “Our job was to create separate, distinct, and unique golf holes that have never been done before, and I think we have succeeded. Within the 254 acres of land, we moved 2 million cubic yards of dirt, create 50 acres of lakes, and plant over 2,500 trees.” Tom Fazzio
A premier mountain resort and golf destination, Teton Springs Resort & Club delivers an unforgettable golf experience set in the spectacular surroundings of Teton Valley, Idaho. Nationally recognized by numerous golf and leisure magazines the resort’s courses were designed to complement the area’s natural terrain. Rolling fairways, well bunkered greens, and spring fed lakes teaming with native trout promise memorable rounds for all.
David McLay Kidd saw Huntsman Springs as a blank canvas framed by some of the most spectacular views anywhere. What he and his team developed is a championship course 7,666 yards long that shapes and defines the entire community. “In terms of golf experience, we have never built a course with so much risk-reward, ‘do or die’ and go-for-broke hole after hole, yet it is fair and playable,” says Kidd who was GOLF Magazine’s 2008 “Architect of the Year.”
This is the nation’s first and only 18 hole reversible championship golf course. With the reversible aspect, the course offers four completely different layouts to challenge and entertain golfers. Hale Irwin, designed a course that is challenging to the seasoned golfer but yet forgiving to the beginner. Spectacular scenery abounds in all directions and from tee to green the course nestles beautifully into its natural surroundings.
Know simply as “The Links”, this links inspired course is a local favorite. I wouldn’t say its most manicured course around, but the laid back attitude more than makes up for it. One of the older coursed in the Victor/Driggs area, probably the only course that you can bring your dog along with you as you play.