Story By: Spencer Porden

At last week’s Sheridan City Council meeting, counselors voted to adjust current fees for Kendrick Municipal Golf Course over the next two years.

According to Sheridan’s Public Works Director, Lane Thompson, the fee adjustments were brought about in order to reflect the prices of similar courses in the surrounding area.

Over the next two years, prices at the golf course will gradually increase, and some discounts will gradually decrease.

However, council voted to drop the Senior Discount to 15% rather than the proposed 10%. Council also voted to not increase the college student rate, in hopes of attracting younger golfers to the course.

Council also decided to phase out the course’s private golf cart storage program. The course will no longer accept new private carts, and as soon as the current private golf carts reach the end of their life, they will not be allowed to be replaced.

You can see a full breakdown of the fees that were adjusted here:

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