The Courses

Do you want to play more than three courses or play more than 18 holes in one day? Not a problem! You can play 36 holes of golf at two different courses or an additional round on the same course! Unlike other packages, you choose the golf courses and hotels you want and we take care of your reservations!


865 Lakeview West Rd, Lake McConaughy, NE 69127
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An acreage full of ruts, washes, bluffs and arroyos, Axland and Proctor embraced the terrain and made it part and parcel to the entire layout. The result: each and every hole takes you to a brand new experience—a roller coaster both of emotion and of twists and turns.

Designer of Golf, Dan Proctor says that they've tried, but they "cannot decide on a signature hole, every hole is so special ... after you're through playing here, you'll remember every shot, every hole".

Adding to the breathtaking and dramatic layout is the fact that Bayside overlooks Nebraska's largest lake, Lake McConaughy.

Bayside Golf was rated a 4-star course by Golf Digest and rated #2 public access course in Nebraska by Golf Week.


6000 Clubhouse Dr, McCook, NE 69001
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Heritage Hills Golf Course, with its rolling hills and undulating greens, was considered one of the "best 75 golf courses" by Golf Digest in 1984. The par-72 golf course in McCook, Nebraska measures over 6,700 yards from the back tees. It was designed by Bradford Benz and Richard M. Phels, ASGCA, and opened for play in 1981.

With wonderful views of the native grasses offset by lush rolling-green fairways and fast greens, Heritage Hills was described as a “Diamond in the rough,” when built as the first links-style golf course in Nebraska. It is the highest quality of design, course conditioning, and value.


3300 30th Ave, Kearney, NE 68845
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Meadowlark Hills was built in 1993 and is operated by the City of Kearney. The course is a championship 18-hole layout that plays to a par 71 for men and a par 72 for women. This beautiful course is laid out on the bluffs of the Platte River Valley and has a majestic view of the recognizable clubhouse.

On the course, water and numerous strategically placed sand bunkers challenges golfers constantly. Meadowlark Hills was rated by “Golf Week Magazine” as the #5 best public access course in Nebraska in 2002 and rated by “Golf Digest” as the #6 best public course to play in Nebraska 1996.