Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis

5000 N Spring Gulch Rd, Jackson, WY 83001

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  • Cory Gotto   Sep 12, 2018

    Very beautiful place. Worth playing. Play was really slow on front 9. A couple groups quit after 9 so back 9 played much faster. Neat restaurant overlooking the 18th fairway with Tetons in the background. Wow!

  • Rob Arnold   Jul 10, 2018

    Upscale “muni” quality course in an UNBELIEVABLY BEAUTIFUL setting. The starter totally gets it. He was very helpful and friendly. A strong demonstration of thoughtful service. The online tee time system is good but won’t let you change or cancel a tee time within 48 hours which is annoying.

  • Amanda Nelson   Sep 10, 2018

    Total RIP OFF! Horrendously bad dining experience. Ordered "Pasta Primavera" and was literally 3 TINY pieces of tortellini in a sea of zucchini for $30. Ordered same for my kids and kindly asked for more pasta. Chef sent out 3 more TINY pieces of tortellini. Cute. Then our fish came and it was the size of my pinky with one piece of bock choy for $40. We left hungry and in disbelief. My parents are locals and we are experienced foodies. We will never be back. We still talk (laugh now) about how bad it was!! Go elsewhere, there are far better places worth your money!!!

  • Alyson Fairchild   Jun 13, 2018

    Great starter, best we met on a 4 week holiday. He was informative about course and made us feel really welcome. The course was OK, although fairways weren’t good. Greens were in good condition. Mountains surround the course on four sides, so it’s a scenic course. We played behind a large tournament, so it was understandably slow. The two ball in front were playing 4 balls, minimum, for each shot. They took the best of these four balls and continued to play another four for each following shot, including on the green. Over the 18 holes they drank 18 miniature bottles of whisky between them! Shouting and whooping was common! When we finished we went into the pro shop to complain. We were told by the self proclaimed PGA Professional that there are no rules in golf about behaviour on the course, and as such it was tough luck we had experienced such bad behaviour. The drinking could not be criticised as we were told the drinks cart sells alcohol! Clearly monies from corporate events is more important than providing a good days golf for the individual player. Beware when you book, ask what’s going on, as green fees are on the high side.

  • Jim Leversee   Aug 27, 2018

    Wonderful staff (Brian, Jason, Mary, Steve, Greg, Brennan), the best views in Jackson Hole, great classic RTJ Jr. course....almost heaven!