A Tour of Wyoming's Best Golf Courses
Wyoming’s golf courses satisfy those seeking views of the Teton Mountain Range, wildlife spotting or championship course designs. Plus, the state’s wide-open terrain facilitates long links, and its strategically converted natural landscapes provide challenging holes. Use this quick summary of Wyoming’s golf courses to find a site that suits your fancy, and check our Wyoming golf listings for even more courses.
Enjoy a view of iconic Devils Tower from almost every tee box at the Golf Club at Devils Tower, an 18-hole, par 72 course spread over about 150 acres. The course, which is known for challenges presented to golfers by its changes in elevation, encompasses fairways with slight undulations.
Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, the relatively flat, 18-hole mountain course has six sets of tee boxes that range from 5,400 yards to 7,400 yards. Besides golfers, frequent visitors to the fairways and greens include moose, deer, elk, bald eagles, fox geese and osprey.
Tee off in the shadow of the Teton Mountains at Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club, which is located adjacent to Grand Teton National Park. If you’re looking to improve your skills, the club offers instructional programs to meet the needs of beginners, amateur competitors and touring professionals.
The Powder Horn 27-hole championship golf course is known for its three distinct nine-hole courses. Test your skills on the Mountain Nine, which features a small replica of the Swilcan Burn Bridge from St. Andrew’s Links golf course in Scotland, as well as large greens, 30 sizable sand bunkers and the open rolling terrain reminiscent of a Scottish links course.
Keep your eye out for bison and antelope while you test your accuracy on Rochelle Ranch Golf Course. Golfers can also schedule golf tournaments at the course, which has standard outing packages that include green fees, cart fees and range balls.
Intersected by the Oregon Trail, Trail Ruts is a nine-hole, par 35 course. Visitors can camp right on the golf course at Larson Park Campground, or visit the Oregon Trail Ruts, a designated state historic site where westbound pioneers traveling in covered wagons carved marks into the Wyoming sandstone.
Three Crowns, which resides on the site of the former Amoco Oil Refinery along the North Platte River, is a par 72 course featuring a Robert Trent Jr. Championship design. Reserve your tee time online, or perfect your game in the 13-acre practice facility, which has a practice green with course conditions, two bunkers, short-game area and 300-yard driving range.
Aspen Hill Golf Course is known for its arduous fourth hole nicknamed “The Tunnel Hole,” which is surrounded by beautiful, golf-ball-eating Aspen Trees. The nine-hole, par 36 course has amazing views of colorful Star Valley, which is surrounded by the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Targhee National Forest and Caribou National Forest.
Start planning your Wyoming golf getaway using this list of Wyoming golf courses and resorts around the state.