The new Lost Rail golf course designed and developed by Scott Hoffman will become the first new private course in Omaha, Nebraska, for 25 years, when it opens in early September.
The club will benefit from Landscapes Golf Management’s expert counsel in select disciplines involving golf operations, agronomy, marketing, sales, food and beverage, financial management and accounting, and vertical and horizontal construction.
Lost Rail is 30 minutes from downtown Omaha. Designed by former Fazio Design associate Scott Hoffman, routing runs through a landscape that ranges from rolling pasture to craggy terrain etched with a ravine. It’s one of 11 new golf courses on Golf.com’s list.
A “bustling frontier” of American golf is one national view of Nebraska as the state prepares to unveil two more highly anticipated courses this year.
The dirty side of southwest Nebraska was already threatening Greg Arkin just days after becoming Heritage Hills’ golf pro.
Lincoln will soon welcome a brand new and unique mini-golf course, as Adventure Golf Center will open a third course. The new greens are designed to challenge even the most experienced golfers, but still fun for the entire family.
Officials at Dormie Network, a national network of private destination golf clubs, today announced that famed course architect David McLay Kidd will lead the design and construction of its all-new world-class 18-hole private golf course, Graybull, in the Nebraska Sandhills.
Opened in 1995, Sand Hills Golf Club near Mullen, Neb., is the granddaddy of all remote destination courses.
Architect David McLay Kidd breaks ground on GrayBull, a new Dormie Network course in Nebraska’s Sandhills
David McLay Kidd and his crew have broken ground on the private GrayBull, a Dormie Network project just north of tiny Maxwell, Nebraska – less than a 30-minute drive from North Platte and its commercial airport.
Plans call for the land to be sold for single family residential development, unless neighbors organize to purchase some or all of the lots abutting their properties. But the owners are first going through the process of redrawing lot lines to make it suitable for estates instead of denser housing.
1. Sand Hills; 2. CapRock Ranch; 3. Dismal River Club; 4. Omaha CC; 5. ArborLinks.
In an era punctuated by new ways of doing things, Lost Rail Golf Club promises to redefine the golf scene in Omaha, Neb.
“We’ve got the best facilities and two great golf courses and a lot of people so it’s a tremendous opportunity to get people from the eastern part of the state and literally all across state out here in western Nebraska,”
How dry is it? They were physically hauling water to the greens! ”We had to haul water to all the greens (in the winter),” Reifert
Just a little nugget … “During last year’s COVID bounce-back, Gothenburg hosted more than 10,700 outside rounds of golf at Wild Horse Golf Club.” – Gothenburg
What do you love about your golf course in terms of how it plays? – We love that Country Drive is a challenging, yet fun
This is quite amazing!
In this excerpt from his latest book, author Tom Coyne visits Sand Hills in Nebraska and meets a famous architect.