Dubois Wyoming Golf Courses

Antelope Hills Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Antelope Hills Golf Course -- Diamond in the rough
Review by: Jimme Rock In July, 2003 I had the chance to try out this little 9 hole course and I was very satisfied with my experience. The fairways were in tremendous condition and the greens offered a perfect putting surface. We could hear the coyotes howling as we started our round in the morning. The peacefulness alone (my wife and I were the only people on the course) was worth the price of green fees. The green fees, by the way, are very reasonable. The scenery from the first tee is spectacular, especially if you glance to the west. If you're looking for a tough challenge, this isn't the course for you. The course is not too challenging but is a perfect stop if you're a beginner or coming out of Yellowstone and want to just relax on the course. It's very wide open so you shouldn't lose any balls. My wife is a beginner golfer and had a very enjoyable round. Everything is well-maintained and we found the staff to be courteous and friendly. I plan on returning to play this course again and I highly recommend you give it a try. Definitely a course to walk (not ride) to get the full enjoyment.
From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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White Mountain Golf Course -- British Open Style Course
Review by: F Kaumo This course is sneaky long. From first glance, it looks pretty wide open and straight forward. After one run in with the sage brush rough however, you begin to feel the fairways shrink. Although the course is long, it's not uncommon to gain 12 to 15 yards per club because of the 6300 feet of elevation. Beware of the wind. Gusts of 20 to 30 miles per hour are not uncommon. This course is the best value in the state. If you want to play a tour style course and one that would be a value at triple the fees then don't miss this gem.
From Phoenix, AZ USA




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