Welcome to the Golf Division!

Contact Us:

Airport Golf Club:

Airport 19th Hole Bar:

Facilities and Grounds:
Manager, Golf Division, Ron Conard
RConard@CheyenneCity.org, 307-637-6419

Proshop & Private Lessons:
Mike Lepore
Manager, Airport Golf Shop
MikeLepore@msn.com, 307-637-6418


Golf Courses

Airport Golf Course

4801 Central Avenue, Cheyenne
307-638-3700  Extension 2

18- & 9-hole course
Pro-shop in-house
Warm-up driving range – Irons Only
Rental clubs & carts available
Par 70, 6,128 yards with
a slope/USGA rating of 100/67.1

Often considered Cheyenne’s best, the Airport Golf Course is home to the state’s only professional golf tournament, the Wyoming Open.

The Airport is a traditional tree-lined, parkland golf course. While it can pose its own test it is most of all fun, fast, and affordable. Keep an eye out for wildlife as the Airport Course is a great sanctuary for a variety of critters.

Beat the crowds, beat the heat. We’re only an easy 45 minutes north of Fort Collins.

Kingham Prairie View Golf Course

3601 Windmill Road, Cheyenne

Great for beginners and the accomplished alike
9-hole course
30-tee driving range
Rental clubs & carts available
Par 36, measures 3,080 yards,
slope/USGA rating of 112/37.2

With its laid-back, friendly atmosphere, Kingham Prairie View is a great place for both the learning player and those veterans who still appreciate a quick nine on a fun course.


Airport Golf Course

Prime (April 1 –November 30):
18-Hole: $29
9-Hole: $21
Employee: $15.00

After 5:00 p.m.:
18-Hole: $21
Employee: $10.50

Off Season (December 1 – March 31):
18-Hole: $21
Employee: $10.50

Youth (under 18):
18-Hole: $17
Employee: $8.50

Kingham Prairie View Golf Course

Prime (Year around):
9-Hole: $14
Employee: $7;

Youth (under 18):
9-Hole: $10
Employee: $5


Annual Pass

18-Hole: $560
Employee: $280

Senior (60 and over):
18-Hole: $450
Employee: $225

Junior (18 and under):
18-Hole: $170
Employee: $85

Punch Passes

Five 18-hole Passes:

Ten 9-hole Passes:

Ten 18-hole Passes:

Twenty 9-hole Passes:

Tee Time Policy

Tee times are accepted for both the Airport Golf Course and Kingham Prairie Golf Course and can be made seven days in advance.  Tee times may be made in person or by telephone (307-637-6418 for Airport, or 307-637-6420 for Prairie View) with priority given to those who register in person.

Tee times can also be made online at airportgolfclub.com.

Junior Golf

Golf is not only a fun game for all ages, it can teach developing youth:

  • Patience
  • Dedication
  • Humility
  • Skill development
  • Accomplishment

Golf is also great way for the entire family to spend more time together in an outdoor environment.

Junior Lessons

Held at Kingham Prairie View Golf Course.

Lessons are Monday mornings beginning in June on the first Monday of school summer break. Cost for the six week program is $75 per child from ages 8 to 18.

The format is 45 minutes of instruction followed by play on the course, if desired, until noon. All play is supervised and parents are allowed to walk with the kids but may not play with them.

The instructional format includes:

  • Basics of the swing
  • Chipping
  • Pitching
  • Putting
  • Etiquette and care of the golf course
  • Strategy and basic rules associated with the game.

Registration begins the first of May and will take place at the Airport Golf Shop.

Private Junior Lessons

Junior private lessons are also available. For more information on private and all of the other lessons please call the Airport Golf Pro Shop at 307-637-6418

Learn to Golf Lessons

Days & Times

Adult summer lessons are held every Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday and Friday for a three-week period beginning the second week in June.

The cost for the session will be $50 per person and the classes are limited to six people per class. Lessons are held from 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

Class Details

The perfect opportunity to brush up on your beginning golf skills or start to build them! Learn from golf pro Mike Lepore the basics of the sport, as well as the etiquette to play a safe game. Wear comfortable footwear and bring sunscreen. Clubs and balls provided; if you have them, you’re welcome to bring them. Lessons are 45 minutes, with a max of 6 people per hour.


For more information on the private and other lessons, please call the Airport Golf Pro Shop at 307-637-6418.

Tournament Info


Tournaments are defined as any individual or group that reserves the golf course or multiple tee times in advance of the day of play.

The Parks and Recreation Department approves all tournament play and reserves the right to deny any group tournament play. Tournaments are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, please contact the Golf Shop at (307) 637-6418.


Coming Soon.

Rules and Regulations

Please review the following rules and regulations listed below prior to golfing on either of the City of Cheyenne golf courses.

A Guide for the Beginning Golfer

If you’re already a golfer, you know the benefits of being outside, smacking a ball around, and walking the course. But if you’ve always wondered what golf was like… why wait any longer? We hear this summer is going to be ah-maaaaaazing.

Appropriate Attire

You don’t need fancy culottes, neon colors, or the shoes with the spikes. Dress comfortable for being in the sun (collared shirts help keep sun off your neck and hats shield your head and eyes). Wear sport shoes you like to walk in.

Good Etiquette Tips

  1. If you’re on your umpteenth swing, no sweat. Just pick up the ball and move it closer to the hole. You’ll want to be mindful of golfers behind you (they understand what it was like being new!)
  2. If you hit a ball onto another fairway, yell FORE! so people know to duck. Wait until the group on that fairway is done playing before you either hit the ball back over, or grab it and drop it at the edge of where it left your side.

All That Equipment

Obviously you need clubs and golf balls. If you don’t have these, either of the pro shops will rent you a set to use.

If you aren’t certain which club to use, have a pro shop staffer explain which ones to focus on using. Who really needs all those clubs anyway? Get good at the basic ones first.

Not Tiger Woods?

Blame the wind. We all start somewhere, and like many other sports, you just need to dive in, practice, and get better! If you want to start small, try a practice putting green or grab a bucket of balls to take to the driving range first.