Jackson Hole is synonymous for superb skiing, but a few people in the know have discovered it offers numerous world class golfing opportunities when the snow is not flying. The valley offers visitors and residents access to five championship golf courses, Shooting Star, Teton Pines, 3 Creek, Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis, and the Snake River Sporting Club. Within all these golf developments you can finds all types of golf properties for sale, vacant land, condominiums, town homes and single-family homes.

Shooting Star

Located at the base of Teton Village, the fundamental concept for the master plan for Shooting Star is that people will always be attracted to quality – whether it be a Tom Fazio core golf course, the incomparable skiing and snowboarding of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a Class I trout stream, or 1300 acres of open space. To ensure that this quality endures, Shooting Star has developed architectural and landscape guidelines that allow for creative design while ensuring that each home complements the physical beauty and Western traditions of Jackson Hole.

Teton Pines

Nestled at the base of the Teton Mountains in between the town of Wilson and Teton village, Teton Pines encompasses over 360 acres, 200 of which have been preserved as open space., including a golf course. The centerpiece of the resort is the 18-hole golf course, designed by Arnold Palmer which offers challenging play in spectacular scenery. Tennis buffs have a choice of two clay and six latexite hard courts, five of which are covered over during the winter for indoor play. The resort also has a swimming pool, a clubhouse, men’s and women’s locker rooms, cross-country skiing on the golf course in winter, and fly fishing.

3 Creek

Stunning scenery meets spectacular design at 3 Creek. The only member owned club in Jackson Hole, 3 Creek boasts a Rees Jones designed golf course, which Golf Digest has rated among the best in Wyoming in the last ten years. The variability of the different holes provides challenge to golfers or all abilities and the mountain views that surround the course never gets old. The club at 3 Creek also offers members a private clubhouse and dining room, dedicated fitness facility, cross county skiing in the winter and fly fishing in the summertime.

Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis

Laurance Rockefeller, and avid golfer and resort property pioneer, saw a diamond in the rough when he purchased the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis club in 1967. In 1971 Rockefeller contracted with Robert Trent Jones Jr to develop a major remodeling plan for the original Bob Baldock design. In 2004, Jones was contracted once more for a second redesign and refresh of the course. Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis offers the most dramatic views of any of the Jackson Hole golf courses, being located just south of Grand Teton National Park. The club features a public restaurant, and private locker rooms, pool and tennis facilities as well as cross country skiing in the winter time.

Snake River Sporting Club

Just nineteen miles south of the town of Jackson, the Snake River Sporting Club has everything for the adventurer that yearns to take in the great outdoors of Jackson. Situated against the Snake River and resting on just under 1,000 acres of property, residents are spoiled with a comprehensive Jackson Hole experience within a private club setting. This club goes above and beyond the Tom Weiskopf golf course, offering amenities of fly fishing, equestrian, frisbee golf, sporting clays, archery, hiking and canoeing in the summer, and snowshoeing, ice skating, heli skiing, and cross country skiing in the winter–all on the property grounds.

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