This course sits on farmland surrounded by tall conifers, elms and cottonwoods.
The layout features modern design with open contoured fairways and built-up greens edged by grassy mounds.
Wild Horse creek comes into play on four holes, most notably 8 and 9. You must hit a good approach on the 8th to get over the creek and around a greenside tree.
On the par 4, 430 yard 9th, the creek runs down the left side of the fairway and collars a green recessed into a cluster of trees away from the end of the fairway.
Situated next to Enders Lake recreation area, this course is flat and appears uneventful. However, as with other courses that use the natural Nebraska prairie foliage for rough, there are headaches outside the fairway.
The layout features wide, straightaway fairways and small, round greens. The bluegrass fairways and bentgrass greens are in excellent condition.
Scattered young trees and the Nebraska 'gorse' separate the fairways.
You'll find friendly service and a relaxing atmosphere in the clubhouse.
Legend Buttes is named for the nearby buttes.
The course is in good condition and the surroundings are very scenic. The White River winds across the course and most of the fairways are lined by trees, wildflowers, and deep grass.
The first three holes are fairly simple. Things get a little tougher on the fourth hole.
The fifth hole is very challenging. It has a hillside tee box that provides a spectacular view of the hole. You must strike a straight ball in order to avoid the water on the right and the brush and trees to the left.
The par 5, 9th is a great finishing hole. It has enough hazard to make you careful while still allowing a chance for a big hitter to get home in two.
Ridgeview Country Club is a must play for anyone traveling through northwest Nebraska. It lies at the foot of picturesque Pine Ridge just south of Chadron.
From tee to green, it is superbly conditioned. Lush fairways lead to meticulously manicured greens that are ringed by tightly mowed aprons.
The layout of the course is open and, except for out-of-bounds along a couple fairways, is not penalizing. The rough is very playable.
Several traps and two ponds are located in landing zones and can effect your score if your not careful.
If you enjoy seeing your ball sitting up on a rich green carpet, and if you enjoy putting without ever witnessing an unexpected bounce or break, go to Ridgeview.
Rolling Greens is named for its rolling terrain. The course rating and slope are combined measures of the course played from the white and blue tees.
The blue tees are used for playing a second round of nine. The course is a challenge from either set of tees.
Its greens slope toward the fairways and are in excellent condition. They putt true and quick. Sand traps come into play on every green.
The uneven terrain enhances the difficulty of the course with sidehill lies and three blind approach shots. Young pine trees, older elms and poplars line the fairways.
The long par 4, 2nd is considered one of the toughest holes in the panhandle.
Mike Kline, the state amateur champ in '75 and '78, has humbled the course with a record score of 59.
Featuring modern amenities, a beautifully-maintained course, lush greens and breathtaking views of the North Platte River, Rivers Edge Golf Course delivers one of the best golf experiences in west-central Nebraska.Rivers Edge Golf Club is a public golf course excited for the 2019 golf season. Check out our 2019 tournaments scheduled at this time.
Lying in the shadows of Court House and Jail Rock, this course features two long par 5's. Holes 3 and 4 lie side by side and total 1045 yards.
The scenic 200 yard, par 3, 5th hole follows the long duo. Its ridge top tee overlooks a bubbling creek through a tree framed opening to the fairway below.
The fairways and greens are in excellent condition despite the dry environment. The rough has been left unseeded and natural. It consists of small dry patches of weeds, prairie grass, and wild flowers. It enhances both the scenery and the challenge of a very fine course.
The course has added a new clubhouse and cement cart paths in recent years.
Scenic Knolls is a challenging tract. You must think your way around the rolling terrain to score well. It is important to place your tee shots with pin placements in mind.
The huge undulating greens are easy to hit but you will three putt often if you don't land in the vicinity of the flag.
Other sources of difficulty include elevation changes, ponds, canals, and side hill lies.
The layout is arranged to provide a good mix of short holes to take a chance on and long holes that require a long iron approach.
Guernsey is the home of a scenic nine-hole golf course located on the trail between the Oregon Trail Ruts and Register Cliff. Larson Park, home of Trail Ruts Golf Course and Campground! Whether it's a day golfing or a week camping, this park is for you. Stop by and see us during our season of April through October. Enjoy a leisurely game of golf and camp under the shade of giant spreading cottonwood trees. Reasonable rates for both golfing and camping make this a favorite with those that stop by.
Sand Ridge is a member designed and built layout.
It replaced Rushville's long standing sand green course, Modisett, in 1997.
Sand Ridge is just one part of a multifaceted recreation area along the south side of town. The track runs across a series of knolls and dips. It features seeded rough and many young trees.
The toughest shot on the course is the blind approach over a hill to the 5th green.
Encompassing 80 acres, there is plenty of room for a back nine in the future.
Card holder receives (1) FREE 18 hole green fee from each course on the 2019 Wyobraska golf card
Good Monday - Thursday any time
Good Weekends and Holidays after 2 pm
Must call for a tee time and mention the 2019 Wyobraska Golf Card
Cart Rental or trail fee may be required
Card expires October 31, 2019