Horse #10 | Dunes #19 | Pines #32
Long before the bulldozer there was golf. It was played over the most interesting parts of the terrain, the land creating the golf and not the other way around. Here in the Sandhills, eons have passed since the formation of this place.
The Golden Age of Golf Architecture has come and gone.
But through it all, pure golf has survived, waiting to be discovered once again.
18 holes | par 73 | 7,583 yards
Marked by dramatic elevation changes, endless views of the Sandhills in all directions and immense blowouts easily viewed by satellite, golfers face this wind-shaped landscape and massive rolling seascape of prairie grass, searching, hoping for a bright calm slick of green fairway.
Architects: Tom Lehman & Chris Brands
Set just off the clubhouse and Lodge, this par 3 with 10 holes takes the game of "horse" to a whole new level. Grab a couple of clubs, a cigar and join your friends for a round that will challenge your short game and your imagination. There are no tee boxes. The one with honors calls where you tee it up.
Architect: Gil Hanse
The ‘Old Wagon’ is our brand-new putting course situated just beneath the Pines Course’s 18th green and a mere stone’s throw from the Lodge. Stretching nearly 150 yards of pristine canyon rim, it features a unique design that weaves up and down the dramatic ledge of the Snake River canyon. Grab a beverage and a few extra balls — this may be the first time you’ve ever lost a ball putting!
Located on the lower level of the main lodge, our glf shop is fully stocked with everything you need to tackle the Nebraska prairie. From windbreakers donning our distinctive Sand Hill crane logo to dress shirts with a little western flair, you’ll find just what you’re looking for here.
With summer sunsets approaching 10:00 PM (in June), you’ll have plenty of time to hit your heart out on our massive practice range and two short game practice areas set between two oceans of native prairie grass. We also invite you to experience our PGA Professional instruction from our Head PGA Professional Loudan Steffes.
The Prairie Club is much more than world-class golf. It’s an experience that we hope touches the soul of all who make the journey here. After you’ve hit the day’s final shot, we invite you to unwind in our lodge, eat your heart out, drift off into a deep sleep, and — we hope — leave a little better than you came.