Deer Park Country Club first opened for play in 1968
Deer Park Country Club is a parkland style course built between the Minnedchuza Creek and Niobrara River. The creek comes into play on two holes. The rolling fairways are tree-lined, and the small/medium sized greena are undulating and fast.
Crystal clear Minnechaduza Creek winds through the course before joining the Niobrara. Most of your putts will break toward the Minnechaduza.
The 1st and 5th holes reveal the multilevel and tree-full nature of the course.
The 8th is one of the most beautiful par 3s in Nebraska and is certainly one of the most challenging. From a tree lined tee box, you hit down to a narrow undulating green circumscribed by the Minnechaduza and cloaked in trees.
The 1st tee is atop a 40 foot bluff. You must hit over a giant sumac tree and avoid the creek to find the fairway below. Big hitters can go for the green.
Deer Park plays from 2,319 to 3,002-yards for 9-holes and there are two sets of tees. The course par is 36.
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