+0 votes Aron Seader › May 28, 2015
+1 votes Kris Green › June 2, 2014
Good course. First few holes are a bit repetative, but what are you gonna do? Good open shots in the middle. Learn to use a straddle putt as it seems most of your shots will be near trees. Wind is a factor, but no more than what I play with in Cheyenne. Very technical course so If you just want to come out and chuck a bunch of discs for distance go somewhere else. Everything should be a par 3 but theres a few gimmies out there, which is good for beginner players. Would recommend bringing someone to play with you for an extra set of eyes when the trees get hungry.
+0 votes Leo Vitt › May 27, 2014
+1 votes Mick Wright › January 24, 2013
On a calm day this is a straight forward course with a few variations and snags. Since this is Sidney, NE this is a rarity. Wind is a major factor with this course. It ups the replayablility and difficulty level considerably. Well maintained and is already set up for Night play.
+0 votes Nate Austin › January 9, 2013
I'm slightly biased in that this is the only course within 20 miles, that being said, this should be a tight little course in a few more years. What was a very straightforward course 5 years ago has become a little more difficult with the growing trees. In another 5 years, some holes will be very tricky. The wind usually plays a big part and can make it much more difficult than it should be. Expect errant shots to come nail-bitingly close to the nearby expensive homes.