Dane Creek at Ord Golf Club
Built in 1915, the Ord Golf Club is a 9-hole municipal golf course that has seen many changes through the years. Originally sand greens, this 2390 yard par 33/36 city park course hosted the 1959 Men’s and 1962 Ladies’ Nebraska Sand Greens Tournaments. The course was upgraded to grass greens in 1964.
In 2022 the course went under new management! Along with the new management came a new brand. The golf course is well known for the creek that runs throughout the entire golf course. PGA Golf Professional Scott Bruha decided that it only makes sense to integrate this name into one of the the oldest and most challenging 9 hole courses in Nebraska. Therefore, Dane Creek at Ord Golf Club was branded. The excitement around this new brand and management includes a three year plan to renovate tee boxes along with adding multiple new teeing grounds, renovating greens, reshaping and adding multiple sand traps and replacing trees throughout the golf course that have been lost to nature. The renovation will better enhance one of the oldest and most challenging nine courses in Nebraska.
This course offers the skilled player a true test of shot-making ability, along with the perfect distance for the senior or average golfer to test his or her skills in a beautiful park atmosphere. This makes the Ord Golf Club a perfect location for corporate, family, or group outings.
The Ord Golf Club is owned by the City of Ord. While the course remains open year round, weather permitting, the Clubhouse is open from March 15 to October 31 with exceptions made for private parties and meetings.
The Ord Golf Club is open to the public daily with an easy weekend and holiday tee time policy. The next time you want to golf in Central Nebraska remember the “Ord Golf Club”.