+1 votes Nick Sims › March 19, 2011
This is my home course, its where I learned this wonderful sport and will always want to play this course no matter where I live. This is a great course to learn, with a variety of hole placements that are changed often. Uphill, downhill, short, and long holes with lots of trees that make every hole a challenge. The course is labeled with par 3's, 4's and 5's par 68 so my best was a 50 (-18) or (-4) however you want to say it!
+0 votes Chris Van Conett › November 8, 2011
+1 votes Matthew Johnson › April 3, 2012
Excellent course for beginners. Gets extremely busy when the weather is nice and is a pretty easy course. Always a joy to play when I visit the Omaha area! Watch out for cars on a couple holes...
+0 votes james P › August 28, 2012
Im James, age 17, new resident of omaha. Sick course, up and down hills, trees but not a ridiculous amount. Left curve throws, right curves, definately need skill to play well here! First time playing i scored a 5252! Definitely going back!
+0 votes Ryan McClain › February 23, 2013
I don't want to be to negative, i played this course for the first time in the winter, it was very muddy but that has to be expected. Overall this is a very nice course laid out fairly well, a few shots will get you if you don't hit just the right line but other than that it is a not a huge challenge, but works well with the natural landscape.
+0 votes Colin Krysl › April 13, 2014
My favorite course, not because it's the great (it's alright), but because it's where I learned. It used to be a lot nicer, probably a B+, but then they chopped almost all of the trees down. It's a long course with a variety of hole difficulties, but my favorite feature is they change the holes around every couple of weeks (granted sometimes it's a pretty dumb move. One time it was literally 2 feet away from a busy street), so it has a lot of replay value.