Jacoby Golf Course

The scenic links of Jacoby Golf Course are home to the Wyoming men's and women's golf programs. With picturesque views of the Snowy Mountain Range to the west, Jacoby is the highest golf course in the Mountain West Conference at an elevation of 7,220 feet. The course is located just east of Wyoming's campus on Willett Drive and bears the name of legendary UW Athletics Director Glenn "Red" Jacoby (1946-73).

Jacoby was built in 1972 and features 18 holes that can play as long as 7,247 yards with a par of 72. The course has multiple practice greens and hitting ranges, including one specifically for the Cowboy and Cowgirl golf teams, while its hole layout provides a variety of practice environments. During the summer of 2012, three large ponds were added to the course, which modified six of the current holes. Operated and maintained by the university, the course is home to several local tournaments through the year.

In the summer of 2014, the University of Wyoming golf program unveiled the Ron R. Richardson Golf Performance Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Jacoby Golf Course. The $1.3 million privately-funded facility is the indoor practice home for Cowboy and Cowgirl golf teams.


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