Wyoming

The Equality State of Wyoming – sometimes called the Cowboy State – is situated in the north west of the United States with a population of just over half a million people spread out around its 23 counties. The Eastern Rocky Mountains occupy the western two thirds of Wyoming with the High Plains prairie covering the remainder of the state. Much of Yellowstone National Park lies within Wyoming, attracting over three million visitors annually.

The Wyoming State Golf Association was formed in 1923 and both the Men’s and Women’s State Championships date back to then. WSGA also oversees USGA Amateur Public Links Qualifying as well as organizing an annual state Matchplay Championship, Junior Amateur Championship and Senior Amateur Championship.

Despite the unveiling near Jackson of new millennium designs from architectural heavyweights like Tom Fazio (Shooting Star) and Rees Jones (3 Creek Ranch), Dick Bailey’s 27-hole golf complex further north east at Powder Horn in Sheridan is still viewed as one of the best courses that Wyoming has to offer.

Our Wyoming Best In State Rankings were last updated in April 2016. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Wyoming

Shooting Star

1st Wyoming - Best in Area

Tom Fazio is reported to have shifted more than one and a half million cubic yards of earth when he created the golf course at Shooting Star and his routing brings a number of creeks and lakes into play.

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Snake River

2nd Wyoming - Best in Area

Set out within what was once a large cattle ranch to the south of Jackson Hole, the golf course at Snake River Sporting Club is a Tom Weiskopf design that opened for play in 2006.

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3 Creek Ranch

3rd Wyoming - Best in Area

With mountain views to die for, the course at 3 Creek Ranch Golf Club is a Rees Jones-designed layout that’s set out on the largely level landscape of Jackson Hole valley.

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Powder Horn (Mountain & Stag)

4th Wyoming - Best in Area

The Rocky Mountain golf community of Powder Horn is located in a 900-acre site beneath the watchful guard of the Big Horn Mountains.

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Teton Pines

5th Wyoming - Best in Area

Ed Seay and Arnold Palmer established the layout at the Teton Pines Resort in the late 1980s when they laid out the fairways around several sizeable man-made lakes...

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Jackson Hole

6th Wyoming - Best in Area

Robert Trent Jones Jnr renovated the Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club course in 2007 when he redesigned the 1st and 15th holes, lengthened the layout by adding twenty new tees and installed a new state-of-the-art irrigation system.

Devils Tower

7th Wyoming - Best in Area

The Golf Club at Devils Tower lies close to the first US National Monument of the same name and the course has enthralled members and visitors alike since it was first unveiled in 1994.

Three Crowns

8th Wyoming - Best in Area

The Robert Trent Jones II-designed layout at Three Crowns Golf Club sits on the site of an old oil refinery and it’s a wonderful example of what land reclamation can achieve.

Rochelle Ranch

9th Wyoming - Best in Area

With a couple of par fives each measuring in excess of 640 yards, the Rochelle Ranch Golf Course can play as long as an incredible 7,925 yards from the back markers.

Bell Nob

10th Wyoming - Best in Area

The Bell Nob Golf Course is operated by Campbell County Parks and Recreation and this rather impressive golf facility enjoyed an extensive renovation in 2012.