With the Grand Tetons serving as a backdrop, how could the golf course be anything but lovely? We spent a day golfing at Teton Pines course which is a private course that allows the public to play after noon. Well, thank goodness for that - because the day we arrived was quite cold and snowy and damp. We weren't even sure if they were going to allow the course to be played.
But, when we arrived, they told us that it was up to us and that we were welcome to head out. We rented clubs - very nice ones (can't remember the brand - my husband probably could). Then, when I went to change into my shoes, I couldn't find them. The golf pros were very sweet and told me not to worry, they had shoes they could lend me too.
The range was loaded up with range balls, so no purchasing a bucket of balls out of a machine - nice. After playing two holes, the sun came out and we spent the rest of the day enjoying a great game of golf. The course didn't seem to suffer at all from the earlier dampness. I'm from the east coast and the course would have been soggy and hard to play. But, there, I couldn't even tell that the course had been wet. Also, the path is discontinuous. So, then, you have to take the cart onto the fairway.
The course has one bathroom with running water on it. A snackbar at the clubhouse was reasonable, but 18% gratuity is included with every purchase -- the staff was very good about saying it with every purchase.
And, even though I started with it, I can't stress how beautiful this place is. I love the Grand Tetons!
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