Welcome to the City of Casper, Wyoming



Casper Municipal Golf


(307) 233-6620
 2120 Allendale Boulevard, Casper, Wyoming 82601

Casper Municipal Golf Course, Casper's  public 27-hole golf course, opened in 1929 with sand greens as putting surfaces. In 1953, the greens were changed to bentgrass.  In 1973, a rerouting of holes designed by Robert Muir Graves was conducted.  In 1996, The Links Course, an additional 9 holes designed by Golf Course Architect Keith Foster, was added to the Park and Highlands Courses.

Today, the Casper Municipal Golf Course has sweeping views of Casper Mountain and boasts three unique and challenging nines, the Park Course, the Highlands Course, and the Links Course,  to create a different experience each time you play.



Around the Course 

May 2022

Hard to believe that May is already here, seems like we just got green covers off and started getting the golf course ready for the season.  During the month of April, we got all 27 holes open for play, all irrigation fired up, started to get bunkers filled, edged, and ready for use, and started to get into a more normal mowing schedule, when the weather allowed.  During the month of May, we will be getting the rest of the bunkers filled that we have not gotten to yet.

On Tuesday, May 3, we did our first greens fertilization application of the year.  We will continue throughout the golf season with the fertilization schedule of every other Tuesday.  This means that on the day we are fertilizing greens the golf course will not be available for play until later in the morning, it will be either 7 am or 8 am until the golf course will be open on fertilizer days.  Information will be posted in the Golf Shop the weekend before each Tuesday the spray is going to be done.  In May, our next fertilizer applications will be on May 17 and May 31.

With the moisture that we have had the past couple of weeks, I would like to ask everyone please be cautious while they are using their golf carts.  Please, please, please try to keep your carts out of areas that are soggy wet,  and muddy.  Please follow the cart signs that are directing your path.  Carts that are driving through soggy wet areas cause a lot of damage to the turf and just make a big mess.  Please be aware of your surroundings before driving into an area and as always (muddy or not) please keep the carts out of the native rough and on the cart paths whenever possible.

One thing to remember during these spring months is that we still have some very chilly nights that can lead to frost delays in the mornings.  You may want to check the temperature, your yard or vehicle for frost, or give the pro shop a call to see if there is a delay.  This way you will not be standing around the Pro Shop waiting for the all-clear.  I am including a link from the USGA as to why there are frost delays.  Give it a read and hope that you can learn from it.  I promise we are not delaying you just to be mean, I hate the frost delays just as much as you guys.

Hope that everyone is able to get out and enjoy this spring weather, and hopefully, we will see you “Around the Course”.

Jason Ostlund, Golf Course Superintendent

Pro Shop
Tel:(307) 233-6620

Turf Maintenance Facility
Tel:(307) 235-8419