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New Lost Rail golf course in Nebraska nears grand opening

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. Hoffman wanted to create a golf-only club with a small membership and in 2019 contacted Landscapes Unlimited owner Bill Kubly to help kickstart the development. Kubly shared Hoffman’s vision that a pure golf club could be a success in Omaha, and construction began in 2020.
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Nebraska course engages with Landscapes Golf Management

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. 

11 new golf courses we’re excited to see open in 2022

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’s list.

Golf championships bring new light to western Nebraska

“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 to water greens when shortage is real

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 said. “That’s something I’ve only done probably twice in the 25 years I’ve been doing