LEARN ABOUT THIS HISTORIC CLUB HOUSE AND COURSE
1928 - Ten businessmen each contributed $100 towards the purchase of land on which a nine hole golf course would created featuring prairie fairways and sand greens. Players would drag a path between the ball and the hole in the sand to make their putts, then raking the "green" for players behind you.
George Arnold, R.L. Markely, Henry Bolln, Waldo Balnn, Jo Garst, Bill Judevine, Jack Morton, Bill Omandson, C.C. Zimmerman and Guy Squires.