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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 layed 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! 

Our Mission to You...

Our goal is to offer the best customer service possible and to make everyone's golf experience the best that it can be.  Whether you are a beginner or an avid golfer, we want you to feel welcome while you are with us at Holmes!

 


 

Our Golf Staff


 

Tim Rowland, PGA Director of Golf

Scott Weihe, PGA Head Professional

Will Rehm, Shop Assistant

Spencer Miller, Shop Assistant

Ryan Swogger, Shop Assistant

Keith Stemper, Shop Assistant

Rich Olson, Shop Assistant

Kenny Trauernicht, Shop Assistant


 


One of many very nice views here at Holmes. This one overlooking downtown Lincoln and the State Capitol Building.

The best view from any golf course in town?



 


 

Click the Golf Ball or call us at 402-441-8960 to book your tee time!

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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Featured Hole #5


 

 

Par 4 - 396 yards

Certainly one of the tougher holes at Holmes, this hole plays much farther than the 396 yards the scorecard says it is. It's uphill all the way and you have to avoid hitting your tee shot right here, thick trees line the right rough and if you hit it here, bogey will be a good score. Good news - the fairway is wide and there is tons of room left. I hit lots of 7 irons into this green and if you avoid the bunkers you might just make a par here - nothing tricky about this green, it's getting here that makes this hole tough!

 

 

 

Maintainance Staff


 

 


 

Jay Tussing, GCSAA Superintendent

Mary Hoelscher, Asst Superintendent

Scott Kennedy, Asst Superintendent

Shep Ottley, Asst Superintendent

 

 

Featured Tip


 

 

 

Avoid "Going Over the Top"

This is a very common flaw in many golf swings and if you find yourself hitting a hard pull - a solidly struck ball but ending up in the left rough or left of the green, and maybe when your not pulling the ball your hitting the ball out on the toe of your clubface and the ball is going 0high and short to the right: You just might be guilty of this move too. The cure is pretty simple: going over the top is caused by starting your downswing with the upper body rather than the lower body simply stated. Once you have reached the top of your backswing try to make your very first move to turn your hips towards your target or start to open your hips if that makes more sense. If you can master this simple move, your upper body will follow and the club has no other choice but to properly come from a inside path and solidly strike the ball. Watch a tour player and you will notice that while their club is still approaching the top of the backswing, the hips are already starting to open towards the target and properly starting the downswing.

 

 



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