18 hole courses

The Big Red Tour Book has amazing 18 hole courses within 60 miles of Omaha and/or Lincoln, Nebraska.

Fox Run, Council Bluffs

Fox Run Golf Club is Council Bluffs Premier Semi-Private Golf Facility. Originally opened under the name Scottish Links, Fox Run provides golfers the best of both worlds; links golf in a parkland setting. Four sets of tees make the course enjoyable for any golfer, playing over 6200 yards from the tips. Fox Run also offers an elaborate practice facility.

Tee Times: 712-366-4653

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Hidden Acres, Beatrice

Hidden Acres expanded to 18 holes in ’96.The new nine flows well with the original nine and makes complete a fine layout.

The ownership has put much effort into creating an aesthetic and challenging layout. A dry tree lined creek bed, Swan Creek, bisects the west side of the course and comes into play on six holes. The rough is manicured and the undergrowth is well-trimmed. The natural lay of the land and foliage were wisely left intact during construction. From the mulberry tree that sets in the middle of the 7th fairway to the cattails that line the pond on the 9th, this course provides many scenic golf vistas.

Tee Times: 402-228-2146

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Hidden Valley, Lincoln

At Hidden Valley Golf Club, we strive to provide the pinnacle of service and atmosphere for the Lincoln community. From our beautiful golf course and clubhouse to our friendly staff, we strive to provide the public with a place to relax and enjoy the best Lincoln has to offer.

Tee Times: 402-483-2532

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Highlands Golf Course, Lincoln

Highlands Golf Course in Lincoln, Nebraska is an 18 hole, championship, public golf course designed in 1993 by Jeff Brauer. The course has matured beautifully and offers sweeping, rolling terrain that makes the course a pleasure to play. Varying wind conditions can offer a great challenge to the golfers.

Tee Times: 402-441-6081

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Holmes Lake, Lincoln

Holmes Golf Course was built in the early 1960’s and has been a favorite in the city of Lincoln for years! Our 18 hole championship course is laid out over gradual hills and has some great views of Holmes Lake. We have an amazing driving range looking out over the lake for your practice needs and our new clubhouse is beautiful and is ready for parties, receptions, & meetings!

Tee Times: 402-441-8960

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Mahoney, Lincoln

Mahoney Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole, par 70, championship golf course that is laid out over 6,459 yards. The course provides a fun and exciting experience for all skill levels. Mahoney was built in 1976 and designed by Floyd Farley. Hosting golf events such as the Nebraska Open and State Golf Championships and being recognized by the Omaha World-Herald as “Hall of Fame Hole” for hole #8, Mahoney is proud to offer a course that is enjoyable to all.

Tee Times: 402-441-8969

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Numark, Lincoln

NuMark Golf Course is a 27 hole public course located in southeast Lincoln. The clubhouse overlooks the three par 36 courses with the Red to the north, White to the east, and Blue to the south. The original 18 holes were built in 1993, with another 9 holes opening in 2001.
NuMark has well-maintained ryegrass fairways along with numerous ponds and bunkers. In recent years several hundred trees have been planted and relocated to add character and aesthetic value. No matter what skill level, this high quality, yet affordable golf course has a challenge awaiting all who play.

Tee Times: 402-488-7888

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Oakland Golf Club, Oakland

Welcome to the Oakland Golf Club, one of the finest in small-town Nebraska golf courses and also one of the oldest. It began as a cow pasture in 1926 and over the years it has evolved into a beautiful 18 hole layout. Golfers from all across the state as well as the entire region are attracted to our well-manicured fairways and precisely-maintained greens. Here at Oakland Golf Club, we have demonstrated decades of commitment toward improving the golf experience at our course.

Tee Times: 402-685-5339

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Pioneers, Lincoln

As the oldest public course in Lincoln, Nebraska, Pioneers Golf Course was built in 1930. Originally 27 holes, the layout is spread across a gradual hill that the beautiful clubhouse sits atop. Now an 18 hole course, it has become one of, if not, the most popular course in the area. Twelve years in a row Pioneers Golf Course has led all the courses in Lincoln with the number of rounds played, and we want to take this opportunity to thank all our players for getting us to that accomplishment!

Tee Times: 402-441-8966

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Quail Run, Columbus

Since opening in 1991, Quail Run has matured into one of the top-ranked public golf courses in Nebraska. With its tempting par 5’s, deceiving par 3’s and fair but demanding par 4’s, the course, carved through towering cottonwoods and nestled along the Loup river and Old Mormon Trail, offers players a unique experience.

Tee Times: 402-564-1313

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Table Creek, Nebraska City

The Nebraska golf community hides a secret from the rest of the country – The Golf Club at Table Creek. This scenic 18 hole course, located in Nebraska City, features immaculate greens, fairways and tees. The course will challenge experienced golfers with strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. Meanwhile, new and casual players will love to relax among the rolling countryside and natural, wooded areas.

Tee Times:402-873-7710

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The American Legion Country Club, Shanandoah, Iowa

Features a beautiful 18 hole golf course. With a lake and creek-line that play into 9 of the holes, spacious greens, sand bunkers and each fairway lined with an array of natural trees and landscaping, you will find this to be a challenging and enjoyable experience.

Tee Times: 712-246-3308

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Valley View, Fremont

Valley View Golf Course is a fun and friendly 18-hole course in Fremont. The beautiful public course is a short drive from Omaha and Lincoln and is Fremont’s only 18-hole public course. Ask about our upcoming 2018 Leagues and Tournaments.
Valley View is Home to the 2018 ‘5K The Hard Way’ on Saturday, June 23rd.

Tee Times: 402-721-7772

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York Country Club, York

The York Country Club features a championship 18 hole golf course, showcasing some of the most exciting golf vistas in Nebraska.

We annually host several Nebraska State golf events for Men, Seniors, Ladies and Junior golfers, including the York Open, a 2-day stroke play tournament, scrambles open to the public and over 50 corporate golf outings a year.

Tee Times: 402-362-3721

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Wilderness Ridge, Lincoln

Wilderness Ridge is the most unique golf course in the state. With its granite boulder-lined ponds and streams, waterfalls, bent grass fairways and more then 6,000 trees throughout the 18 hole championship course and 9 hole executive track, it’s truly a resort style golfing experience. and it’s available to all players.

Tee Times: 402-434-5118

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9 hole courses

We offer 9 hole courses within 60 miles of Omaha and/or Lincoln, Nebraska.

The Big Red Tour allows the Tour Book holder to play each course twice on the same day for a total of 18 holes.

Crooked Creek, Clay Center

Crooked Creek is a fun 9 hole regulation course located at the Crooked Creek Country Club facility in Clay Center, NE. From the longest tees, it features 3,063 yards of golf for a par of 36. The course was designed by Martin Johnson, Jr. and opened in 1993. The course rating is 33.9 with a slope rating of 105.

Tee Times: 402-762-3807

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David City Golf Club, David City

The David City Golf Club is a public 9 hole golf course located on the south side of David City, Nebraska. The course features many trees and a rolling landscape featuring Eastern Nebraska’s only “Island Tee Box”.

Tee Times: 402-367-4292

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Elkhorn Valley, Hooper

Elkhorn Valley Golf Course is the Dodge County location for golf the whole family can enjoy. Each year new golfers are tested by our challenging course. Leagues, tournaments, and golf outings at Elkhorn Valley are great ways to get together on the golf course. Be sure to take a look at what options are available to your group this year. Memberships are available for those interested in enjoying Elkhorn Valley Golf Club to the fullest.

Tee Times: 402-654-3512

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Fox Hollow, Sutton

Fox Hollow stretches across valleys, ridges, and mild slopes on the east side of Sutton. It is named for the population of native foxes that roam the area. The course has character, being defined by trees, ponds and some mild elevation changes. The 9th tee is the highest point on the course with a grand view. Three holes are noted for their challenge. The 6th is one of the few 600 yard par 5’s in the state. A pond gives the 7th some teeth. The 1st can be tough if you decide to cut the corner on the dogleg. A new pond was also added on the west side of #3 Fairway. Trees, hills, and out of bounds await a less than perfect effort.

Tee Times: 402-773-5365

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Friend Country Club, Friend

Friend Country Club is friendly to those with an eye for golf scenery and an itch for quality golf. Rich, healthy fairways wind their way to well conditioned greens. Bunkers, a creek, and a variety of trees come into play. Raised tees on numbers 2, 3, and 9 provide aesthetic previews of fun to follow.

The design of the course utilizes the terrain’s natural knolls and gullies to full extent. Members would do well to keep this layout a secret. Friend Country Club comes highly recommended.

Tee Times: 402-947-6501

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Glenwood Golf Course, Glenwood, IA

The Glenwood Golf Course is a 9 hole course located in Southwest Iowa, just 25 miles south of Omaha on Interstate 29.  The course was designed by Tom Davis in 1964. The par 35 course is 2,776 yards and has a rating of 33.6

Tee Times: 712-527-9798

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Hidden Hills, Geneva

This pretty layout has a degree of difficulty that is unapparent until you are out on the course. The first six holes have out-of-bounds down the right side and are particularly unkind to a novice with a slice. The fairways are narrow. The primary rough is in great shape and is negotiable, but just beyond the first cut of rough are strips of punishing prairie grass and wild flowers. A creek bisects the course and runs across the landing zone on the 3rd and 9th holes. A wide variety of midsize trees are scattered throughout the course.

Hidden Hills is worth a visit.

Tee Times: 402-759-3084

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Hilltop Country Club, Wahoo

Hilltop Country Club is nestled on rolling hills just outside the city limits of Wahoo. Established in 1950, HCC is a place where traditions begin and memories are made. HCC has the history of success with the brightest of futures. For more than half a century, families have called this member-owned club their home away from home. Hilltop Country Club strives to maintain the best possible playing conditions to make it a memorable experience for all ages of golfers.

Tee Times: 402-443-3338

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Jim Ager, Lincoln

Jim Ager Golf Course is a 9 hole, par 3 golf course in the heart of downtown Lincoln. Our course, which measures 1,228 yards, offers golfers of all ages and skill sets a fun place to play. Ager consists of 9 holes, ranging from 70 to 175 yards – the perfect place for a more advanced golfer to hone their iron skills, or for a beginning golfer to first learn the game. Everyone is welcome at Jim Ager Golf Course! The course has numerous golf learning programs for kids and adults, plus a variety of golf leagues.

Tee Times: 402-441-8963

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Kirkmans Lakeview Golf Course, Humboldt

With an outstanding golf course and impressive view of Kirkman’s lake, your golf destination has never been so close to home. Kirkman’s Lakeview is a 9 hole, 3,270-yard course wrapped around Kirkman’s Cove Lake. A renovated “County Schoolhouse” serves as the unique clubhouse. Large challenging greens and fairway moguls are featured in this beautifully laid out course.

Tee Times: 402-862-2828

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Lake Ridge, Plattsmouth

Take a short drive to one of the most scenic golf course settings in Nebraska. Open to the public, Lake Ridge Golf Course offers breath-taking views of natural prairie grass roughs lining rolling green fairways, beautiful lakes and championship greens. Just minutes south of Omaha located on the south side of beautiful Beaver Lake.
Opened to the public in the fall of 1999, Lake Ridge Golf Course is a 9-hole Par 36 2,861 Yard course. Lake Ridge’s championship size greens and “links” style layout provide the novice golfer with an enjoyable round of golf, while still challenging to the avid golfer with strategically placed lakes, rolling hill fairways and well-placed bunkers.

Tee Times: 402-235-4653

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North Ridge, Tekamah

The semi-private Northridge Country Club winds around and up a ridge with views of the surrounding countryside and the Missouri River Valley. Elevation changes, water on #4 and #7, and native grass rough combines to offer an interesting and challenging test. The 4 tee boxes allow you to choose your challenge.

Tee Times: 402-374-2661

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Poco Creek Golf Course, Aurora

Poco Creek Golf Course begins with two par 3’s and six par 4’s before closing with a par 5. The 220 yard first hole is the #1 handicap hole. It is a very tough par 3 over a creek bed to a raised green with out-of-bounds right, trees left, and two large trees next to the tee to negotiate.

You must hit over wide drainage areas on the first few holes and a dry creek bed on every hole but the 7th. The 8th and 9th are challenging finishing holes, particularly for slicers. The 8th is long with out-of-bounds right. It has an approach over the creek bed to a green only seven paces wide. The 9th is narrow, tree lined and has out-of-bounds tight right.

Tee Times: 402-694-3662

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Ryan Hill Country Club, Osceola

This course lays out on a hill (Ryan Hill) just to the west of Osceola. It features gently rolling, treelined fairways, unguarded midsize bentgrass greens, and very playable bluegrass rough.

Ryan Hill plays like a long executive layout for the men with six par 4’s and three par 3’s. Number seven has a picturesque green that is flanked by Davis Creek and pine trees to the left and behind. The difficult fifth is a dogleg right with a fairway that slopes steeply left. It has trees and a pond to the right, and Highway 92 wide left.

Ryan Hill is a well conditioned course playable for all levels.

Tee Times: 402-747-6661

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Schuyler Golf Club, Schuyler

In 1937, Schuyler took up a community improvement project of Dr. Sebastian Koory’s and constructed a ballroom, park, lake, swimming pool and golf course. The golf course is an aesthetic and challenging track. Tall, old American elms line level bluegrass fairways that lead to raised bentgrass greens. The rough is seeded bluegrass. A new underground sprinkler system added in ’91 has the course in very good condition.

The courses challenge lies in its tight fairways, many of which are paralleled by water. The sixth is particularly tough with water down both sides of a narrow fairway. Enjoy the scenery at Schuyler.

Tee Times: 402-352-2900

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Seward Community Golf Course, Seward

The Seward Community Golf Course has a 9 hole grass green course with four sets of tees. The course is located on approximately 60 acres of semi-rolling ground on the north side of Seward. It features many trees, bunkers, and lakes. A practice green and driving range are available for use.

Tee Times:402-643-6650

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Spring Lake, Omaha

Spring Lake used to be a dairy farm and was converted to a golf course in 1933. The layout has some interesting features. Hazards like sand and water are absent. In their place you will find blind approach shots and a street.

The majority of holes have significantly elevated greens and tees with low-lying fairways that fill the chasms between them. Consequently, many approach shots are like hitting to a table top.The sixth green is isolated by steep drop-offs on all sides.  The unique ninth hole requires you to hit over a street to an elevated green near the clubhouse. A fence protects passing cars.

Tee Times: 402-444-4630

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Steve Hogan, Omaha

Omaha’s Miller Park Golf Course was renamed Steve Hogan Golf Course in February 2009. Mr. Hogan was Manager of the course from 1990 until he passed away in November of 2008. Steve Hogan created the Hogan’s Junior Golf Heroes Program, which positively influenced numerous children.

Steve Hogan Golf Course is one of five par 3 city courses. It is full of character and charm. The fairways are lush and the greens putt true. The pond still fronts the 9th green, but you’ll find that “Maybell” the legendary elmwood tree has been removed. From that tee, you must carry your shot 130 yards over the pond but “Maybell” will no longer block your shot.

You will find a relaxed community atmosphere in the clubhouse, and, if you’re lucky, you’ll find an old-timer who’ll spin a yarn about pet squirrels Carl and Rocky who have moved on to that Great Course in the sky. Shoot a few soon in their memory.

Tee Times: 402-444-5396

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Syracuse Country Club, Syracuse

Syracuse Country Club is a beautiful, 9 hole public golf course in Syracuse, Nebraska. The course features fairways lined with well-established trees, and various water and sand obstacles. Holes range from 278-444 yards, which makes this course playable for those new to golf, yet a bit of challenge for more experienced, long-ball hitters!

Tee Times: 402-269-2924

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Tecumseh Country Club

Tecumseh Country Club is a short, rolling layout in the countryside west of town. The raised greens are domed, midsize, and in good condition. The rough consists of a variety of grasses and is mowed down to a playable height. A mix of trees are in play on several holes. The 2nd and 7th are probably the two toughest holes, mostly due to their length. The 7th is especially tough with an uphill grade and out-of-bounds to the left. The 5th is difficult in its own right. It has an uphill approach to a table top green on a knoll approximately 50 feet above the fairway.

Tee Times: 402-335-2337

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Vanberg Park Golf Course, Columbus

Built in 1928, Van Berg Park lays just north of the Loup River dike on terrain that is very similar to its big sister course, Quail Run.

The well-conditioned fairways are level to moderately rolling with dips and swales.
Beautiful, towering elm and cottonwoods predominate the southern part of the course, with evergreens to the north.

Tee Times: 402-444-5396

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Warren Swigart, Omaha

Warren Swigart, formerly known as Maple Village, is another of the scenic par 3 courses owned and managed by the city. The course is flat and straightforward, except for a couple of holes lying on a mild slope. The greens are well-kept and smooth. Linden trees line most of the fairways and add to the scenery.

Tee Times: 402-444-4623

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Westwood Heights, Omaha

Westwood Heights is next to West Center Road. It is a city-owned par 3 course.

The course is mostly flat and has few hazards except for the aptly dubbed “Hell’s Creek”. The creek traverses the length of the course and comes into play on three holes for wild slicers, and on one hole for hookers.

Tee Times: 402-444-5900

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Whitetail Run, Fremont

Whitetail Run is a challenging wooded rolling layout that will make you think your way around the course. The trees and the views of the Platte are inspiring and make this course a joy to play. Its excellently maintained greens are postage-stamp size that demand accurate approach shots. Holes 2, 5 and 7 have narrow, tightly tree lined fairways with no room for error. A unique feature is that the par 3’s are long, averaging 188 yards, and the par 4’s are short, averaging just 285 yards. Partly overlooking the Platte, the 8th fairway holds historical significance as the Pawnee once put their dead to rest along the area.

You’ll enjoy the challenge and the hospitality at Whitetail.

Tee Times: 402-727-4403

Wildwood, Nebraska City

Wildwood is a 9 hole golf course that offers a well-maintained course that is sure to please everyone. The course has spacious greens, sand bunkers and each fairway lined with an array of trees and landscaping, you will find this to be a challenging and enjoyable golf experience.

Tee Times: 402-873-3661

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Wilderness Ridge Executive Course, Lincoln

Wilderness Ridge is the most unique golf course in the state. With its granite boulder-lined ponds and streams, waterfalls, bent grass fairways and more then 6,000 trees throughout the 18 hole championship course and 9 hole executive track, it’s truly a resort style golfing experience. and it’s available to all players.

Tee Times: 402-434-5118

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Greens Fees

Green fees are already paid on all courses.


Cart rental

Cart rental is required on day of play. Most cart fees are typically $15 – $20.



You will receive a stamp at each course and will be allowed to play that course one time (the 9-holes can be played twice on the same day for a total of 18-Holes) during the 2018 season.



Most courses require tee time reservation, please call 48 hours in advance and identify yourself as a Big Red Golf Tour book holder. Your Big Red Golf Tour Book is required at check in for each course.


Days of Play

The Big Red Golf Tour Book is typically valid Monday-Friday anytime and Weekends after 1:00 pm. Not valid for leagues or tournaments.