The club scene in Sheridan includes three excellent golf courses – two public and one private, and one of the public courses is 27 holes. Here is some background on the three destinations:
Kendrick Golf Course
KGC is a municipal course owned and operated by the City of Sheridan. The 18-hole expanse is a par 72 stretching 6,677 yards, with a couple of difficult par fives serving as the course's signature holes. Greens fees at Kendrick Golf Course are $24 for nine holes with a cart, and $40 for 18 holes. Mondays are good days to golf because anyone can play all day for $25 with a cart.
The Powder Horn Golf Club
The 27-hole Powder Horn features three separate nine-hole public venues, named Mountain Course, Stag Course and Eagle Course. All three are about 3,500 yards and have a par of 36. The entire golf complex offers spectacular views, and careful measures were taken to preserve the natural beauty that the land has to offer. Powder Horn was ranked on Golfweek's list of Best Residential Golf Courses for 2010, and Golf Digest listed it as one of the Best Wyoming Courses to Play.
Sheridan Country Club
This nine-hole private course was established in 1920, making it one of the oldest clubs in Wyoming. Mountain peaks and rolling hills provide a nice backdrop for the 3,102 yards of golf landscape. Sheridan CC features a park-like look with tree-lined fairways, wildlife and changes in elevation. Construction is taking place for an additional nine holes scheduled to open in late 2010 or early 2011.