Rochelle Ranch Golf Course is a championship length 18-hole municipal golf course that offers enjoyment and challenges for players of all abilities. It is currently the longest golf course in the state of Wyoming and has been featured yearly as one of the top golf courses in America by Golf Digest Magazine. Rochelle Ranch was also featured in Golf Magazine as one of the top five courses in Wyoming and in the Thrifty Fifty for being one of America's best values in golf.
Famous for our bent grass greens, Rochelle Ranch features a full practice facility, restaurant, and bar.
The course was the gift of Curt and Marian Rochelle, local sheep ranchers who paid for the course construction. It was designed by Ken Kavanaugh.
At an altitude of 6800 feet the course has good elevation change, and magnificent views. There are only two holes which run parallel. There is essentially no rough, only grass fairway bordered by sand, sagebrush, and scrub bushes. It can play to a massive 7925 yards to 5706 yards.
Plans have been made for the improvement of Rochelle Ranch Golf Course. You can view the design manual or the project manual for these improvements.