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...
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?
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Featured Hole #1
Par 5 - 520 yards
tee shot is the key to making a good score here. Keep your tee shot
just left of the trees on the right to maximize distance off the tee and
give yourself a chance at hitting this par 5 in 2. If you can't hit the
green in 2, use whatever club you need to leave yourself 80 to 100
yards out - this gives you an excellent chance at birdie or at worst
par, just avoid the bunkers and get it on the green leaving you an easy
par or birdie.
Jay Tussing, GCSAA Superintendent
Mary Hoelscher, Asst Superintendent
Scott Kennedy, Asst Superintendent
Shep Ottley, Asst Superintendent
Practice your short game!
here! Most of us have not played for months and getting a golf swing
and touch around the greens back are tough to do real fast. THE
TIP...Don't always use your Sand Wedge. Most of us automatically grab
our SW for all our shots around the green. When you have lots of green
to work with, experiment with your 7 or 8-iron. Get the ball on the
green quickly and let the shot roll out. You just might find yourslef
getting the ball closer to the hole on the long chip shots by using this