Norfolk Country Club
Norfolk Country Club has a wonderful and storied history and is among Nebraska’s oldest courses. It has occupied the same site on Norfolk’s north edge since Dr. P. H. Salter and C. H. Reynolds, a railroad superintendent, picked the location. The course was laid out by Gene Huse, former publisher of The Norfolk Daily News, who also served as Norfolk’s first parks commissioner and the club’s operation began in 1909. S. A. Braden, another railroad man, was the first club president.
The terrain on the course is slightly undulating with rolling mounds. The greens are undulated as well. Tree-lined fairways give you the classic country club feel where accuracy is key. Norfolk has hosted many Nebraska State competitions including the Nebraska Amateur, Labor Day Classic, and NSAA State Tournaments.
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