Wilderness Ridge offers a challenging layout while providing the Huskers with a convenient practice location
Wilderness Ridge is a public course that opened in 2001 and ranks among the top courses in the area. In addition to a demanding championship layout, Wilderness Ridge features one of the top indoor practice facilities in state.
Wilderness Ridge offers a challenging layout while providing the Huskers with a convenient practice location. The clubhouse at Wilderness Ridge was also recognized by Golf Inc. magazine as one of the best new facilities in the nation in 2003.
The Nebraska Golf Academy
The Nebraska Golf Academy is a unique indoor golf training facility that offers over 2,000 square feet of indoor putting and chipping surface located at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club.
The Academy has seven covered, heated hitting bays and two teaching bays that are fully equipped with equipment for video analysis.
The Nebraska women's golf team practices regularly at the Academy throughout the season.
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The Country Club of Lincoln
The Country Club of Lincoln has been a part of Nebraska women's golf dating back to the earliest days of the program, and served as the host course for the 2006 Big 12 Conference Championships.
The Country Club of Lincoln played host to the Chip-N Club Invitational in 2011, 2012 and 2015.
Firethorn Golf Club
The Huskers also practice at Firethorn Golf Club. Home to the 2002 Division III Men’s Golf Championship, the Pete Dye designed course has been rated 36th among the top 100 modern courses in the country. Firethorn also hosted the 96th United States Women’s Amateur. Firethorn is a “links” or target-oriented course with naturally flourishing shrubs and grasses.