Q: Can I come out and only practice on the driving range and putting green?
A: Anyone can use the practice facilities. You can putt with your own golf balls, come into the shop and buy a bag of practice balls or just practice chipping. Click Here for more info.
Q: Is there a dress code?
A: There is not a “dress code" for the practice facilities, however, if you are going to golf, men must have a collared shirt, women can have either a collar or sleeves.
Q: Do you have to use a cart or can you walk?
A: Anyone can walk, or take a golf cart. The fees for golf include your golf cart, so there is not a "discounted" rate for walkers.
Q: What goes on at Three Crowns on Wednesday nights? There seems to be a LOT of ladies playing golf.
A: Our ladies league on Wednesdays is the largest in the state! We have nearly 100 women having a blast every week. The ladies programs at Three Crowns are not only fun, but these ladies are getting GOOD!
Q: I'm looking for a venue to hold a private party. Do you rent out the clubhouse?
A: We have many private parties. You can rent the entire facility, or just make a large reservation for your group up to 50 at no charge. Click Here for more info.
Q: Do you do weddings and/or receptions at Three Crowns? What about birthdays, anniversaries, and reunions?
A: We have a beautiful outside wedding venue with several areas to choose from. With the many ponds, mountains, and even the native grass areas, the photos look like you are in the meadows. Or even the lush green grass fairways make for great photos. We have a beautiful banquet room with a full wall of windows with an amazing view of the mountains. We have a full bar & all facilities you need for your event. We provide everything you need (set up, clean up, linens, catering, bar, sound system). Bring your centerpieces and finishing touches, and Three Crowns will be the perfect venue for your special day. Click Here for more info.
Q: Three Crowns looks like a nice course. How does it compare with other courses in the state?
A: Three Crowns has been ranked as #2 in the state for the last 2 years. We are 2nd only behind Teton Pines in Golf Week's Best Courses You Can Play in Wyoming. Click Here for more info.
Q: Is Three Crowns a Private or Public Course? What about the Restaurant and Clubhouse?
A: Three Crowns is a public golf course. The dining room is open to everyone for breakfast, lunch, dinner and private events. Click Here for more info.