Tucker Coumbe, PGA
Director of Golf, The Powder Horn Golf Club
Tucker was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and attended the University of Utah on a golf scholarship. He is a class A member of the PGA of America and has extensive teaching experience. Tucker has a true passion for junior golf and has fond memories of his time playing in the JGAA (Junior Golf Associaton of Arizona). Without that platform, he wouldn’t have been exposed to the game of golf that he loves. Tucker wants to provide Sheridan youth with the same opportunities that were provided to him. The Sheridan Junior Golf Association is a wonderful organization, and Tucker is thrilled to be a part of the team and provide the best junior golf programming available.
Head Golf Professional, The Powder Horn Golf Club
Jonathan was born and raised in San Jose, California. Most recently, he graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in Finance. Before that he attended several community colleges in California where he was fortunate enough to compete for a couple seasons on the San Jose City College golf team.
During his time in California, Jonathan was able to help run a few junior golf programs and volunteer to bring golf into local elementary and junior high schools. These programs helped get him in golf and wants to continue by passing along what opportunities he was offered. Junior golf is important to our community and lets kids have another way to get outside and play a game that we all love. I hope in my time with the Sheridan Junior Golf Association that I can help others continue the lifelong game of golf to play and maybe even compete in the future.
Matt Ebzery – President (Co-Founder)
Ryan Wagner – Vice President (Co-Founder)
Black Powder Shootout
The Black Powder Shootout is a 168 person golf tournament held each year at The Powder Horn Golf Club, in Sheridan, Wyoming. The tournament attracts amateur golfers from across the country to Sheridan each July. Since its founding in 2011, an important part of the Black Powder Shootout has been to support local non-profit organizations.
Each year, the Black Powder Shootout tournament committee selects different Sheridan-based non-profits to support. Identifying that the Sheridan Junior Golf Association is critical to the growth of golf in Sheridan County, the Black Powder Shootout has provided support to the event each year since 2014, totaling over $25,000. The Sheridan Junior Golf Association is extremely thankful for the support the Black Powder Shootout has provided over the years, ultimately providing us an opportunity to get up and running.