HULETT, WYOMING: Often the naming of a private golf club carries purpose. Monikers commonly refer to their location, the architect who designed the course, or are inspirational and whimsical in nature.

The naming of The Golf Club at Devils Tower has an in­teresting history behind it. The club pays homage to Devils Tower National Monument, an astounding geological feature protruding out of the prairie of the Black Hills that was de­clared the first National Monument in 1906 by President The­odore Roosevelt.

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 “Your first impression is likely to be favorable,” explained Kelvin Johnson, general manager at The Golf Club at Devils Tower. “The combination of honest family values, Old West culture, and vast parcels of open space make our region an appealing retreat. With the incomparable beauty and abun­dance of recreational opportunities at The Golf Club at Devils Tower, you will want to stake your claim here under the big western sky. Create your perfect home on the range, amongst the other log homes in our community.”

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, you are almost guar­anteed great weather, and life revolves around being outdoors. The golf course features a minimalistic design. Bunkers are rough around the edges and fairways are framed by native grasses. The front plays through an open prairie and the back nine has more trees and elevation chang­es. The trio of holes 11, 12, and 13 play to the canyon rim with clear views of Devils Tower in the distance. “We were honored to be chosen by Golfweek as one of the top private courses in the state of Wyoming,” continued Johnson.

“On the social calendar, our Turkey Shoot is a little different than what you would experience at a private club in Scottsdale,” grinned Johnson. “Our region offers an ideal setting for elk and mule deer hunting. Or, enjoy fishing for trout, walleye, catfish, and bass.” ■

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