The Rocky Mountain golf community of Powder Horn is located in a 900-acre site beneath the watchful guard of the Big Horn Mountains. Welcome to Wyoming, cowboy country, where the Little Goose Creek babbles. It’s not quite the Wild West these days, it’s a little more genteel, in fact, Powder Horn was rated highly as one of Where to Retire Magazine's “Top 100 Master Planned Communities”. Ye hah!
The golf course is naturally at the heart of the community and Powder Horn Golf Club can now boast a 27-hole championship facility. The original course, which opened for play in 1997, consists of the Mountain loop, built with an eye on the Home of Golf and the course even includes a replica of the Swilcan Bridge. The other formative nine is now called the Stag loop which weaves its way through stands of mature trees and wetlands. The third and newer nine is called the Eagle and it’s a lengthy course which is routed across former meadowland. All three 9-hole courses were designed by Dick Bailey.