Well, Randy, let me give you some more. On the Friday, I played in a scramble at the municipal golf course I grew up on in Casper 50+ years ago. Of course they've added a new nine and scrambled up the old flow of holes, but it's still "home" to me as far as golf goes. Here are a couple of pictures so you can compare the Casper municipal course with the Three Crowns upscale course. Casper also has two country clubs. Not bad for a town of (now) about 55,000. All but the Three Crowns course were there when I was a youngster.
Putting green at the clubhouse
View from the 1st tee.
There were a total of eight young pronghorn antelope between the 8th green and the 9th tee.
View from the 11th tee across the range and clubhouse toward downtown Casper.
Group in front of us on the 11th tee (green is behind tree in front of tee boxes).
View from the 11th tee of the 10th green and 12th hole. This 10th, 11th and 12th holes are all part of the newest 9 holes at the course.