Meeting on the green can mean something different for everyone. Here, it means meeting at the base of a mountain with the natural sounds of swaying cottonwoods and rushing river enveloping you. The Snake River meanders along the course and millions of acres of national forest stretch into the distance. Hours can be lost here; swings honed. Yet why does it feel like no time has passed at all? Sometimes in places of extreme beauty we feel a touch of magic and are transported to a timeless place.


World famous golf course designer Tom Weiskopf approached the Snake River Sporting Club the way his boutique firm has approached creating some of the finest courses in Scotland, South Africa, and the Caribbean. He paid painstaking attention to the natural swale of the land, honoring the porous border with the wilderness in every tee and fairway. Ranked the #1 private golf course in Wyoming for 2015 – 2018 by Golf Digest, with Architectural Digest’s #1 Clubhouse in Wyoming, the Club is matchless, just like its setting.


Greg grew up in Lake Placid, New York. He enjoyed growing up in the Olympic Village with all the activities it had to offer. At a young age, Greg discovered the enjoyment of golf while hitting practice balls on his grandfather’s farm. Within a few years, it was evident that he had a true passion for the game. Greg made the varsity golf team as an 8th grader and became captain of the team his Junior year. After high school, Greg went on to Campbell University and completed the PGA Golf Management Program while earning his business degree. He graduated in 2011 and was elected into the PGA as a Class A member shortly after. Before moving to Jackson Hole in 2014, Greg spent 4 years at Little River Golf & Resort in Pinehurst, NC. Greg started as an intern and quickly moved to First Assistant Golf Professional. He was then promoted to the sales and marketing department within the resort. When Greg’s not on the golf course, you can find him somewhere else outdoors. Greg is responsible for all golf operations as well as the Club’s retail shop and winter outdoor amenities. This will be Greg’s fifth year at the sporting club, and he couldn’t picture himself anywhere else.

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