Golf courses in Nebraska are abundant. Most of the clusters are near the larger metropolitan areas of Omaha and Lincoln, but other beauties can be found on the outskirts and between these cities. Looks vary greatly. Most first-time visitors to Nebraska are taken by the topography of the land. In a surprising word: hilly. Sure, you can get plenty of flat too. Depending on your creative, you can get northeast U.S. look, park setting, European links in the Sandhills, or Nebraska prairie.
There are a few gems in the north central part of the State and to the west.
Municipal courses (munis), public, and private clubs provide many options. You’ll find true “country” clubs in small towns, often flat and wide open courses.
And if you or your client likes to play, allow an extra day to enjoy a round or two.