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Well, Sheridan, it’s April. It hasn’t snowed in days, and that means it’s time to pull out your pastel pants and all of those little caps with fuzzy balls on top of them that we know you have tucked away in a tasteful velvet bag somewhere. Of course, that would mean you’d have to sort through all of the velvet bags that you have, which we understand can be quite the chore. Once you do find these necessities, you’ll be delighted to know that the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course is open for business.
Not only are they open for business, but they’re implementing some new changes and strategies as far as course condition goes, according to Bryan James, the course’s GM. Having undergone some remodeling in the Clubhouse last year in the Dining Room and Kitchen, as well as some other areas, the folks at Kendrick have received fantastic feedback, and are excited to start some more projects to update the place.
Out on the course itself, the staff has been experimenting with different grass lengths and mowing strategies in order to create the best golfing experiences for patrons, and again, Bryan was looking forward to getting you on the course to test it out.
“Grass grows pretty slowly, so I’m not sure you could call it ‘exciting,’ but we’re working to get the Course into the best shape it’s ever been,” James shared with us.
Here’s the bottom line: those clubs you bought a few years back haven’t seen the sunshine since last season, and for many of you, it’s likely been longer than that. Be honest. We’re not here to judge. What we are here to do is get you outside, in the arms of the Bighorns, swinging some clubs But only at golf balls, please.
For more specific info regarding rates and schedules, check out their website here or head out and ask them in person, it’s a gorgeous little jaunt. Let us know how it goes!