Arguably the most important American golf course since Augusta National, Sand Hills is set among the endless rolling dunes of north-central Nebraska. Its 1995 opening not only placed this remote an...read more
One of the early champions of the Coore and Crenshaw masterpiece at the Sand Hills Club, designer Tom Doak once described the rolling duneland of the Nebraska sandhills as, “no less than one of the...read more
The multicourse Prairie Club in far north Nebraska, has a clear point of difference with the other remote duneland developments through the American Midwest. For a start, this is a semi-private fac...read more
The story of the Sutton Bay Club in South Dakota is quite remarkable. Founded in 2003 as an exclusive hunting, fishing and golfing club, the development occupies an isolated cattle ranch more than ...read more
For those with appropriate connections, the Sandhills region of central USA has become one of the most appealing golf destinations on the planet. It all started with the 1995 opening of the appropr...read more
Wild Horse is a wonderfully understated public golf course near Gothenburg Nebraska. The layout was designed and built by Dave Axland and Dan Proctor, who kept things simple here and didn't try to ...read more
The first course at Dismal River was designed by Jack Nicklaus's design company, and disappointing when compared to the sublime golf nearby at the Sand Hills Club. Though the endless rolling dunes ...read more
CapRock Ranch is an 18-hole, private golf course tracing the caprock cliffs of the Snake River Canyon, in the Sandhills of Northwest Nebraska.
Designed by Gil Hanse, this exclusive course l...read more
Opening in September 2022, the Landmand golf course in Homer, Nebraska is a fully public 18-hole layout designed by King-Collins Golf Course Design, the team best known for the 9-hole Sw...read more
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