You hear a lot about the courses in Jackson Hole and yes, some great couses, but there are some Real Gems in the rest of the state as well.

Top 10 Public Courses in Wyoming

Wyoming truly have some great courses, and the higher altitude makes for Longer Drives.

Local wildlife, dramatic views of the Tetons, and a meticulously kept Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf course are sure to offer you a golfing experience found nowhere else!
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Situated at the base of the stunning Teton Mountain Range in Jackson Hole, WY Teton Pines Country Club combines a masterful Arnold Palmer designed golf course with a concerted effort to conserve the abundant natural habitat and wildlife of the region. Teton Pines offers a magnificent mountain golf experience with breathtaking views and a challenging par 72 course stretching 7,412 yards from the tips. Playing golf at an altitude of 6,200 feet will allow you to hit the "long ball."
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The locals are well aware of this Jewel of the north. The challenging 18 hole layout and local facilities make it a popular spot for tournaments and outings.
Well worth the trip.
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Three Crowns Golf Club is one of Wyoming’s premiere golf experiences. The course is located in Casper, nestled among the picturesque Casper Mountains. Built on what once was one of the largest oil refineries in the world, Three Crowns Golf Club is a true masterpiece. Kentucky Bluegrass carpets the tees, fairways and roughs. 61 bunkers with dazzling white sand and 8 blue water lakes compliment the course.
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This professionally designed course will challenge you to decrease your score on the fairways, multiple water hazards and smartly placed sand traps. Most peole who play our course enjoy it so much, they book their next tee time after their round of golf.
It's one of the best kept secrets in Southern Wyoming.
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This Municipal course offers a great layout and an enjoyable overall experience. It's refreshing to see a municipality with a dedication to bring folks to the area by offering them a Great Golf Experience.
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At 5,600 feet, Lander Golf Club is one of the highest courses in Wyoming. High-reaching peaks create a dramatic backdrop with wildlife as an audience. Let the breeze running through the trees put you at ease and maybe even shave a few strokes off your game. Enjoy our relaxed atmosphere that welcomes golfers of all levels.
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Awarded Wyoming's "Best Municipal Golf Club" by Golf Digest in 2009, Buffalo Golf Course has remained in the top courses for years. The city leaders realize that a well maintained golf course is an assett to the community and they make sure this course lives up to it's expecations.
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Star Valley Ranch is about 4 hours from Salt Lake and two hours from Idaho Falls located near the Bridger-Teton National Forest in the Star Valley with 27 holes.
There's the 9 hole, Aspen Hills and the 18 hole Cedar Creek courses ambling through a sparsely populated, residential community. The course layouts are straightforward out and back through the development at the base of the Salt River Mountain Range. The fairways are tree lined over some elevation change and a few holes with water hazards, but are very playable overall. Both courses were designed by Harold Stewart, the Aspen Hills is 3,100 yards, 34.8/123, course/slope ratings off the back tees, Cedar Creek is 6,446 yards from the tips 69.7/121, course/slope ratings.
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Olive Glenn Golf & Country Club is partially within a residential community on the southwest side of Cody.  
The golf course is a traditional layout along broad fairways loosely defined by scattered trees with a stream and multiple ponds in play on over half the holes. It journeys through the Shoshone River Valley in Cody with the Rockies and Cedar Mountain as a backdrop. The layout was designed by Bob Baldock and plays to 6,905 yards, 71.6/124, course/slope ratings with three shorter sets of tees.
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Rankings as of November 20, 2019.

New rankings will be published Mid 2020.