Golf Course Highlight Series: Shooting Star

The Course Shooting Star is a private club located at the base of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (Jackson Hole Ski Area). This resort offers an 18-hole, 7,550 yard Tom Fazio-designed course that required the movement of more than two million cubic yards of dirt to create is contours and water features. Golf Digest rewarded […]

Golf Course Highlight Series: The Tributary

The Course The Tributary is a private club located contiguous with the Teton County, Idaho seat of Driggs.  Originally conceived by chemical magnate Jon Huntsman as a development of the highest quality, the property had the unfortunate timing of its would-be sales volume crescendo occurring during the “mortgage crisis” and ensuing recession. The property has […]

Golf Course Highlight Series: 3 Creek Ranch

The Course The 3 Creek Ranch is private club located whose genesis is the result of a developer’s eye for grandfathered entitlements that permitted a 710-acre ranch property to be developed into a golf course only 1.5 miles from the incorporated limits of the Town of Jackson, the result of this undertaking is a private […]

Golf Course Highlight Series: Teton Pines

The Course Teton Pines is a semi-private club with a private membership base, but is open to the public for play.  The course is situated centrally on the Moose-Wilson Road (the access road to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort), a location that offers both a proximity to recreational opportunities such as Snake River and National […]

Golf Course Highlight Series: Snake River Sporting Club

The Course The Snake River Sporting Club is private club located approximately 11 miles south of the incorporated limits of Jackson situated between boundaries of the Bridger Teton National Forest and the banks of the Snake River. This resort offers an 18-hole, 7,500-yard, Tom Weiskopf-designed course that was ranked the number one private golf course […]

Can the Market Continue Upward?

Teton County’s rate of appreciation typically outperforms national averages and even more so when you compare it to the national real estate markets.  In 2016, an article I researched followed the sale of two townhome projects that were chosen for their uniformity in design, to remove property differences from the data set. Over the 25-year […]

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