In terms of location, 3 Creek Ranch in Jackson, Wyoming certainly ranks among the world's most spectacular golf courses. Architect Reese Jones was given the plum assignment of designing the private course over gorgeous western rangeland about 6,100 feet above sea level and surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks. Jones' excellent link-like design utilizes three spring-fed creeks and natural grasses with only a few trees, and makes great use of rolling fairways. The very playable, extremely well taken care of layout calls for a variety of shots. The final four holes provide strong, memorable finish capped by the stunning 629 yard 18th. Only three well-struck shots will find the green, which is enveloped in a spectacular panoramic background including the Teton Mountains - which rise 13,773 feet above sea level. Wild life sightings are common. You might have to let elk and moose play through. You might spy soaring bald eagles when following one of your shots. Native trout is plentiful in the creeks. The club's first-class amenities include an impressive clubhouse with elegant dining room. It all adds up to an enjoyable unforgettable golfing experience.