36 Hours - trails, parks, golfCross Creek Golf Course, Cambridge

36 Hours in Arapahoe, Cambridge and McCook: Golf

Summer is golf season in America’s Heartland. Come swing through southwest Nebraska and find new challenges in the unique landscape of the Republican River Valley. Arapahoe, Cambridge and McCook will give you new courses to conquer, and the local flavor makes it the perfect weekend getaway.

Heritage Hills Golf Course (McCook)

The par-72 golf course at Heritage Hills Golf Course in McCook measures over 6,700 yards from the back tees. It was designed by Bradford Benz and Richard M. Phelps, both with the ASGCA, and opened for play in 1981. The manageable length of our golf course along with our affordable, anytime rates make Heritage Hills your best choice for outdoor recreation.

Cross Creek Golf Course (Cambridge)

Cross Creek Golf Links is a championship 18-hole course located in Cambridge. Stretching over 7,200 yards, it was the longest course in the state when it opened in 2001.

Cross Creek is enjoyable for all player levels, from beginner to professionals. The course has multiple teeing areas to accommodate everyone.

Kids play free! All kids still in high school and younger may play Cross Creek free of charge. Family golf is encouraged.

Arapahoe Municipal Golf Course and Country Club (Arapahoe)

Located three miles south of Arapahoe on Highway 283, the Arapahoe Municipal Golf Course and Country Club offers a nine-hole course of competitive play. Weekday green fees are set at $14.00 per person and weekend and holiday green fees are $16.00. Cart rentals are available at a daily rate of $20.00.

 

36 Hours - trails, parks, golf
Heritage Hills Golf Course, McCook

36 Hours - trails, parks, golf
Cross Creek Golf Course, Cambridge

36 Hours - trails, parks, golf
Arapahoe Municipal Golf Course and Country Club, Arapahoe

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