July/August 2016 Issue Cover Story Discover The Powder Horn—Sheridan, Wyoming (population 17,500), is one of those classic small Western towns that holds dear its neighborly values and a quality of life that reminds many of "good old days" America. It is also where you'll find The Powder Horn, one of the West's most active and attractive golf communities. State of the Game: Olympic Bugaboo—Many of the world's top golfers are dropping out of the Summer Olympics in Rio. Some may have legit fears about Zika virus, while others may simply think it's not an appropriate Olympic sport. Columnist Malcolm Campbell weighs in on the topic. Spotlight: A Crested Beaut—A tee shot on the par-5 18th at The Club at Crested Butte appears to float forever in the summer blue Colorado sky. Add in world-renowned winter skiing, and it's clear what residents and visitors love about this magnificent destination. Q&A: Troon's John Easterbrook—The grandson of a golf professional, John Easterbrook is executive vice president, Operations, for Troon. He talks about the reasons for the company's growth and success, the state of the golf industry, and the challenge of balancing tradition with change.