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Quarry Oaks Golf Course


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Quarry Oaks Golf Course

Opened in September 1996 on the site of an old limestone quarry, this 18-hole, championship course is considered the state's most beautiful and challenging course. Carved out of a forest, the 7,000-yard layout, with steep, sloping fairways, uses a quarry as a water hazard.


"Best New Affordable Public Golf Course in America" - Golf Digest, 1997


3 miles South of Interstate 80 and Mahoney State Park



Address: 16600 Quarry Oaks Drive
Phone: 402-944-6000
Fax: 402-944-6006
Our Website:www.quarryoaks.com

Toll Free - 1-888-944-6001

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