bronze buffalo golf

“The Only shots you can be sure of are those you’ve had already.”

Byron Nelson

Bronze buffalo Championship course

The Bronze Buffalo Ranch at Teton Springs celebrates a unique heritage and golf tradition that is embraced and celebrated by our members. Nationally recognized, the Bronze Buffalo championship course was designed by Master Course Architect Gary Stephenson, US Open Champion Steve Jones and Golf Legend, Byron Nelson, to complement Teton Valley’s natural terrain and scenic appeal. With large, rolling fairways, well-bunkered greens, and spring fed lakes and streams teeming with trout, there’s plenty of reason why the Bronze Buffalo Championship course brings golfers from across the globe to Victor, Idaho and is considered one of the finest courses in the region. The Championship course was recently celebrated as a Top 5 course in Idaho by Golf Digest in 2021. Alongside the Championship Course, Teton Springs is also home to the Byron Nelson short course and a full practice facility and driving range. 

byron nelson, golf legend

Byron Nelson is widely considered one of the greatest golfers of all time. As a former Masters Champion Byron is best known for winning 11 consecutive tournaments and 18 total in 1945. Byron retired at the age of 34 to become a rancher.  As a member of the Golf Hall of Fame, a PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Recipient, and Bob Jones Award Recipient. The Bronze Buffalo Championship Golf Course is one of very few courses in the world designed by this legendary golfer, and the Byron nelson 9-hole, par 3, short course is the world’s only Byron Nelson designed short course! Today, Byron’s historic career and legacy live on at the Bronze Buffalo Ranch at Teton Springs.