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Course of the Week: Landmand Golf Club now open to the public

By |  September 6, 2022 0 Comments
Photo: Landmand Golf Club

Photo: Landmand Golf Club

Landmand Golf Club in eastern Nebraska opened for public play on Sept. 3, after two weeks of preview play for its members. The 7,200-yard par 73 course, created by King-Collins Golf Course Design, broke ground on Sept. 3, 2019, and opened three years later to the day.

Developed by the Andersen family, which has been farming in the area for a century, Landmand is a semi-private club with daily fee access.

The course is exceptionally wide, with a double fairway for the first and last holes maxing out at 150 yards and greens that average 14,000 square feet, among the largest in America. It also sits above the Missouri River in the Loess Hills.

“We discovered what glacial till is really like. It’s like butter. It’s like sand, but it stays where you put it. You can’t ask for anything better. It percolates, it’s consistent, it’s soft. It’s awesome,” said Tad King, managing director of construction for King-Collins Golf Course Design.

Photo: Landmand Golf Club

Photo: Landmand Golf Club

The course will close for the 2022 season on Sept. 30. All public tee times for 2022 play have already been sold.

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