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  • Beatrice Country Club Hole-by-Hole Description

    Hole Yardage Description
    PAR 4: 421 YARDS
    This par 4 is a great starting hole. A good tee shot is very important, trees line both sides of the fairway. The green is elevated, which makes this second shot play longer. Hit one more club to be safe.
    PAR 4: 365 YARDS
    A good tee shot sets up a straight forward approach. Birdie is a possibility.
    PAR 5: 358 YARDS
    Beware of this short par 4. Trees line the left side of the fairway while a waste area protects the right. A long iron or fairway wood is the play off the tee.
    PAR 5: 579 YARDS
    The prevailing south wind makes this par 5 play extremely long. Two good shots should leave you with a short iron to this tightly bunkered green. A par on this hole is a great score.
    PAR 3: 143 YARDS
    A good middle to short iron will leave you with a birdie putt on this short par 3.
    PAR 4: 349 YARDS
    A very scenic hole. Do not be caught off guard, this hole has a few surprises. The pond on the right makes this tee shot very intimidating. This green has a lot of treacherous pin positions. A front pin placement is your best chace at birdie. Take notice of the buffalo wallow in front of the green.
    PAR 4: 408 YARDS
    In 2001, the "Omaha World-Herald" voted this golf hole one of the toughest in Nebraska. No bail out here, this tee shot demands your attention. A good tee shot will leave yo with a long iron or fairway wood to this green. The green slopes back to front and is fairly flat. The trouble is getting there. par is a great score.
    PAR 3: 209 YARDS
    If hole 7 is one of the toughest holes in Nebraska, this long par 3 in not far behind. This tee shot is all carry to an elevated green. An errant tee shot will be left with a delicate chip shot.
    PAR 5: 478 YARDS
    Need a birdie? Here's your chance. This par 5 is very reachable for the longer hitters. A good drive will leave you with a long iron to this well-bunkered green.
    PAR 4: 417 YARDS
    Trees line both sides of the fairway on this tough driving hole. Your second shot must carry a pond and bunker to get close to this pin.
    PAR 3: 179 YARDS
    This downhill par 3 will test your club selection. Hit your approach shot short of this green and it will find one of the three deep bunkers guarding this green. If your approach shot is long, you are faced with an impossible up-and-down for par.
    PAR 4: 384 YARDS
    This par 4 demands a well-placed tee shot. A creek bisects the fairway and also protects the right side of the green. Your approach shot is hit from an elevated fairway. The wind will affect this shot.
    PAR 4: 400 YARDS
    A definite birdie hole. This two-tiered green is very receptive to a well-placed approach shot.
    PAR 5: 516 YARDS
    SLICERS BEWARE! A tree 50 yards off the tee box gobbles up a lot of golf balls. This par 5 demands three good shots.
    PAR 3: 200 YARDS
    This par 3 is all uphill. The green offers a lot of challenging pin positions. This is the toughest green on the golf course.
    PAR 5: 531 YARDS
    A great par 5 into the prevailing south wind. A safe place to aim on your tee shot is the left side of the fairway. Trying to hit this PAR 5 in two is very tempting. However, the pond on this hole has been the demise of many good rounds.
    PAR 4: 400 YARDS
    A great view from the black tee box. The three ponds on the right side, along with the wheat field to the left, make this hole a great setting. Enjoy the view. A good tee shot sets up a short iron to a spacious green.
    PAR 4: 417 YARDS
    A fabulous finishing hole. A tree-lined fairway opens up to a middle iron approach shot. A misplaced iron shot on this hole will make par a tough score.