Like to golf? There are many beautiful courses in Yellowstone country, all of which offer unique challenges for any skill level.
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort’s 18-hole, par-72 golf course offers a multitude of features for the experienced golfer, while the novice or intermediate will appreciate the wide open fairways, friendly staff and available golf lessons. The scenic foothills of the Continental Divide provide a panoramic backdrop to this 6,741-yard course.
Test your chipping and putting skills on the largest green in Montana: the three-tiered, 10,000-square-foot-green on Hole #3. Conquer Montana’s longest par 5: Fairmont’s “mile high, mile long” Hole #5 at 649 yards, where the altitude can help you hit the drive of your dreams.
At the end of your round, enjoy the many other amenities offered at Montana’s only full service hot springs, golf and convention resort. Just three miles from Interstate 90, 15 miles west of Butte.
It is a valley course with water on nearly every hole, lots of bunkers, contoured greens and water carries. Bordering Grand Teton National Park, this 18-hole, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Championship Course is open to the public.
Play a round of championship golf in Sheridan —“Wyoming’s Golf Capital”—which boasts four great courses within a 30- mile radius.
In Cody, golf at the Olive Glenn Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole, par-72 course.
Pine Rock Golf Course in Meeteetse will challenge even the pros. This 9-hole (with the option to play 18) course is located on the bluffs and valleys overlooking the Absaroka Mountain range and the historic town of Meeteetse.
In Thermopolis, the Legion Town & Country Club is a 9-hole public golf course that sits above the town. Located next to the airport, this golf course is a great place to fly in for a game of golf.
Several golf courses dot Fremont County. In Riverton, play at the Riverton Country Club (307-856-4779), and in Lander, golf at the municipal 18-hole Lander Golf & Country Club (307-332-4653).
Golfers can play on four different courses in Casper, including the 27-hole municipal course, the 18-hole Casper Country Club and the 18-hole Paradise Valley Country Club.
Three Crowns Golf Course is built on a former Amoco Oil Refinery site along the North Platte River. Known as the Platte River Commons, the 350-acre site is comprised of a golf course, business park, jogging trail and parkland. The golf course is a 7,065- yard, par-72 layout designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Buffalo Public Golf Course, in Buffalo, is a hidden jewel for golf enthusiasts. Rated as 4-star course by Golf Digest and listed in the “Places to Play” for municipal courses, this 18-hole, par 71 course has plenty of challenges for all players. Everything you might need, including club rental, is available in the well-stocked pro shop and restaurant.
While they may not be the links you’re used to at the country club, the miniature golf course at Taco John’s Events Center in Cheyenne will challenge the best—and give the kids a chance to stretch their legs.