In 1987, Arnold Palmer created a masterpiece in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on stunning ranch land neighboring the massive Teton Mountain Range. Since then, Teton Pines has matured magnificently and has preserved much of the original habitat for wildlife while even creating new habitat for waterfowl. In 2003, Teton Pines was designated a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by Audubon International and in 2004 the readers of Conde Nast Traveler ranked Teton Pines among the “Top 100 Golf Resorts in North America & the Caribbean.”
Golf at Teton Pines is spectacular. Meticulously maintained, the challenging course is surrounded by breathtaking scenery in every direction. Other than golfers, frequent visitors to the fairways and greens include moose, deer, elk, bald eagles, fox, geese and osprey.
You’re invited to experience the natural, scenic and outstanding environment that is Jackson Hole and Teton Pines Country Club and Resort. Some say our little corner of Wyoming is “heaven on earth.” After a tour around our 18 holes, we tend to think those people know what they’re talking about.