What can I say? The course is the poorest maintained public access course in Omaha. There are few if any distance markers (none to be found on the sprinkler heads). In addition, there are tree branches laying around everywhere in the roughs. Most of the rough areas on the back nine have been completely neglected. Tall weeds and dead grass are the extent of the rough on several of the holes on the back nine. Hole #10 has what used to be a very attractive lake, now nothing more than a smelly mud bog with trash and litter. Dead trees and broken branches are located all over the course. Many damaged in a June thunderstorm and still here in late August. Many trees are not trimmed making it very difficult to navigate golf carts under or around. The tee boxes are choppy at best and appear to need leveling, mowing, and overseeding. The sand traps were hard and partially dirt mixed with sand. The pictures on the courses show a beautiful lake with a fountain. In fact, the fountain was not working and the lake was algae filled.
The only saving aspect to the experience was the polite nature of the staff at the snack bar and pro shop.
This used to be such a nice track, hopefully the management can turn it around and make it a nice course again. Until then, I would save your money.
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