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Noteworthy Golf Courses In Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

With summer in full swing (pun intended), there is no better time to grab your friends, golf clubs and sunscreen for a day perfecting your golf game on one of the many beautiful courses in the Omaha, NE area! Not sure where to head or which course to choose? Worry not, that is where today’s blog post comes in. Below we have listed a few courses that are must-plays in the area and the perfect destination to spend a warm summer day in Omaha, NE! 

Benson Park Public Golf Course
5333 N 72nd Street Omaha, NE
18 hole/Par 72 course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and new online reservations

Eagle Run Public Golf Course
3435 N 132nd Street Omaha, NE
9 holes/ 32 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and online reservations

Elmwood Park Public Golf Course
6232 Pacific Street Omaha, NE
18 hole/ 68 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and new online reservations

Jonny Goodman Public Golf Course
6111 S 99th Street Omaha, NE
18 hole/ 72 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts, driving range and online reservations

Knolls Public Golf Course
11630 Sahler Street Omaha, NE
18 hole/ 71 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and online reservations 

Pacific Spring Public Golf Course
16810 Harney Street Omaha, NE
18 hole/ 70 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and driving range

Spring Lake Public Golf Course
4020 Hoctor Blvd. Omaha, NE
9 hole/ 35 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and online reservations

Milt’s Golf Course
6402 Q Street Omaha, NE
9 hole/ 27 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and driving range 

Tiburon Golf (semi-private)
10302 S 168th Street Omaha, NE
27 hole/ 36 Par championship golf course featuring an elegant banquet facility

Warren Swigart Public Golf Course
3865 Parkview Drive Omaha, NE
9 hole/ 27 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and online reservations

Westwood Heights Public Golf Course
12929 W Center Road Omaha, NE
9 hole/ 27 Par course featuring clubhouse and online reservations

Stone Creek Public Golf Course
6220 N 160th Avenue Omaha, NE
27 holes/ 72 Par course featuring driving range, golf carts and online reservations

Elkhorn Ridge Public Golf Course
20033 Elkhorn Ridge Drive Elkhorn, NE
9 holes/ 27 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and driving range 

Pines Country Club (semi-private)
7516 N 286th Street Valley, NE
18 hole/ 72 Par course featuring clubhouse, golf carts and driving range

Indian Creek Public Golf Course
3825 N 202nd Elkhorn, NE
This recently renovated, PGA accredited course has three nine-hole courses – Red Feather, Black Bird and Gray Hawk – 27 hole/36 Par each 9. Features clubhouse, golf carts and driving range 


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Beautiful Golf Courses in Omaha

by Nancy Heim-berg

There are so many beautiful golf courses located around Omaha that are ideal for a day outdoors perfecting your swing and enjoying the natural beauty of the city. Omaha has 16 public and semi-public courses with incredible tree lines fairways, tricky sand traps and rolling hills, and each course is filled with challenges and character for every golfer to enjoy and test their skills. We have listed these courses below and hope you find the course that’s right for you to enjoy a day teeing off! 

Benson Park Public Golf Course | 5333 N 72nd St Omaha, NE 68134
*18 holes / Par 72 

Eagle Run Public Golf Course | 3435 N 132nd St Omaha, NE 68164
*9 holes / Par 32

Elkhorn Ridge Public Golf Course | 20033 Elkhorn Ridge Dr Elkhorn, NE 68022
*9 holes / Par 27

Elmwood Park Public Golf Course | 6232 Pacific St Omaha, NE 68106
*18 holes / Par 68

Indian Creek Public Golf Course | 3825 N 202nd Elkhorn, NE 68022
*Three 9 hole courses

Johnny Goodman Public Golf Course | 6111 S 99th St Omaha, NE 68127
*18 holes / Par 72

Knolls Public Golf Course |  11630 Sahler St Omaha, NE 68164
*18 holes / Par 71

Milt’s Golf Center | 6402 Q St Omaha, NE 68117
*9 holes / Par 27

Miracle Hill Golf and Tennis Center | 1401 N 120th St Omaha, NE 68154
*18 holes / Par 70

Pacific Springs Public Golf Course | 16810 Harney St Omaha, NE 68118
*18 holes / Par 70

Pines Country Club (semi-private) | 7516 N 286th St Valley, NE 68064
*18 holes / Par 72

Spring Lake Public Golf Course | 4020 Hoctor Blvd Omaha, NE 68107
*9 holes / Par 35

Steve Hogan Golf Course at Miller Park | 6301 N 30th St Omaha, NE 68111
*9 holes / Par 27

Stone Creek Public Golf Course | 6220 N 160th Ave Omaha, NE 68116
*27 holes / Par 72

Tiburon Golf (semi-private) | 10302 S 168th St Omaha, NE 68136
*27 holes / Par 36

Warren Swigart Public Golf Course | 3865 Parkview Dr Omaha, NE 68134
*9 holes / Par 27

Westwood Heights Public Golf Course | 12929 W Center Rd Omaha, NE 68144
*9 holes / Par 27

Baseball Fans and Runners Unite!

by Nancy Heim-berg

Baseball fans and runners unite! This Sunday, June 25, 2017 the baseball-themed Road to Omaha 5k Run kicks off Championship Finals Week of the 2017 NCAA Men's College World Series! The beautiful scenic run starts at Lewis and Clark Landing with a lap around the renowned TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The run kicks off at 8 AM.

All participants who pre-register receive a custom t-shirt and a Road to Omaha medal at the finish line. The registration fee is $30 for Masters category and $25 for 18 and younger.

Packets can be picked up for pre-registration on Friday June 23 from 10 AM - 3 PM or Saturday, June 24 from 10 AM - 3 OM at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge Plaza (705 Riverfront Drive). You may also register in person during the packet pickup times. If you register online after 5 PM on Wednesday, June 21 you will need to pick up your race number and event shirt on race day, Sunday June 25 between 6 - 7:45 AM.


The male and female overall winners for both 18 and under and Masters brackets receive 2 tickets to Game 2 of the College World Series Finals on Tuesday, June 27. All other age group winners receive College World Series swag. 

Last year there were over 750 and participants, so hurry and get your spot now! Register HERE

This event is presented by the NCAA and College World Series of Omaha, Inc., all proceeds go toward the Omaha Parks Foundations.


School's Out For The Summer!

by Nancy Heim-berg

School is out and summertime is finally here! The Omaha Children’s Museum offers a variety of summer camps and activities to keep your children busy during their summer break. From Mini Jedi Training and My Princess Dream to Dinosaur Safaris and Silly Sports, there’s a little something for everyone.

Programs run from middle of June through the beginning of August. Space is limited and handled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like your child to participate in all day camp, they can sign up for a morning and an afternoon session and lunch will be provided from 12-1:00PM. Half-day campers need to bring their own lunch.

Week long camps are $120 for members and $135 for nonmembers. Ages start at 2-years-old and are specific to each of the programs. All camps are run by highly trained and experienced museum staff. All campers receive a Summer Camp 2017 T-Shirt!

For more information on the camps and programs visit

Sign up now before space runs out!

Lace Up for the bRUNch 5k!

by Nancy Heim-berg

Lace up those running shoes and get ready for the 2nd Annual bRUNch 5k!

The Junior League of Omaha is proud to announce they will be hosting the 2nd Annual bRUNch 5k on Saturday, April 29. Last year the event was such a success that the League decided to come back for seconds!

All proceeds benefit the Junior League of Omaha's community projects. The start line will be at the west end of Turner Park, loop throughout Omaha, and return to finish at Turner Park. Check in and registration starts at 9:00AM.

At the finish line, join the team for a brunch buffet and prizes at Crave. If you're not a runner, but still want to enjoy the event and help contribute to the Junior League, don't worry... we have an option for you! There are brunch only tickets available for you to come and enjoy the Crave brunch buffet and support the 5k runners in their success. There will be VIP ticket options as well as drinks available for participants 21 and older. 

Tickets and event information is available at the 2nd Annual bRUNch 5k page.

Pay Homage to the Equestrian Art

by Nancy Heim-berg

Horses are a beautiful species that many don't take the time to learn and truly understand. The depth of the horse's beauty and mind is often something that only few devote their life to truly embrace. This Equus Film Festival is one of few events that allows those individuals to display their works of art and literature. 

For three days film makers of all sorts are able to feature their videos, commercial, educational films and much more to open the eyes and hearts of those who have not had the opportunity to truly enjoy horses from their point of view. The Equus Film Festival truly empowers those involved to share and highlight the true depth and vibrant history that horses have in human culture. 

The Equus Film Festival runs from Thursday, March 30 through Saturday, April 1 at Marcus Midtown Cinema. The schedule is available on the event page. It is held in conjunction with the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping & FEI World Cup Dressage Finals Omaha


Take the First Step to a Healthier Lifestyle

by Nancy Heim-berg

At the turn of the New Year we all set out goals to better our lifestyle and create healthier habits. Whether that is eating clean, getting back in touch with old friends, or starting an exercise routine, sometimes it's hard to keep up with the goals once life gets in the way.

One way to make yourself accountable and start getting ready for summer is to attend the 10th Annual Omaha Health, Wellness & Fitness Expo at Baxter Arena. 

This event is the largest in the region and is held on Saturday April 8 & Sunday April 9, 2017. From seminars to booths, you can learn how to live a healthier, happier lifestyle and create habits you can incorporate into your every day routines.

Experts are there to answer questions and make you feel comfortable and informed. You can attend seminars, engage in activities and find something and somewhere to start that is right for you. For more information and tickets visit: The Omaha Health Wellness & Fitness Expo.

Nebraska Football Season Preview

by Nancy Heim-berg

Nebraska football began this past weekened when the Cornhuskers played their first game against the University of Wyoming. Looking ahead, the final game is scheduled for Friday, November 29th against the Iowa Hawkeyes.

The Cornhuskers are coming off of a strong 2012-2013 season, in which they were 10-4 overall. This team won all of their home games with the exception of one game that was played against the University of Wisconsin Badgers. They also made an appearance in the Capitol One Bowl on New Year’s Day, where they lost to the University of Georgia Bulldogs by a score of 45-31.

Coach Bo Pelini will head the Cornhuskers for the fifth straight year this season. In each of the past four seasons, the Cornhuskers have lost exactly four games. They’re hoping to change that record this year, and they have several key players returning to help them meet their goals.

Among those coming back are running back Ameer Abdullah, offensive tackle Jeremiah Sirles and defensive end Jason Ankrah. The Cornhuskers also welcome defensive end Randy Gregory to their ball club this year. Gregory was rated the top junior college defensive lineman for the 2012-2013 season.

According to several sports analysts, defense will play a major role in how well the Cornhuskers do this season. The fact that most of the team’s defensive players are new could effectively work against them. Even so, they are expected to be one of the top contenders in this year’s Legends Division, mostly because the team’s offense is one of the best in the entire Big Ten conference.

Many are waiting to see how well the Cornhuskers fare against the UCLA Bruins later in September. If they hold their own against this team, they have a good shot at being undefeated as they head into November, where they’ll face tough teams such as Northwestern, Michigan and Michigan State. Their performance against these teams will largely determine whether or not the Cornhuskers are selected to advance to post-season conference play.

Nebraska Football - 2013 Schedule

  • Aug. 31st vs. Wyoming
  • Sep. 7th vs. Southern Miss
  • Sep. 14th vs. UCLA
  • Sep. 21st vs. South Dakota State
  • Oct. 5th vs. Illinois
  • Oct. 12th @ Purdue
  • Oct. 26th @ Minnesota
  • Nov. 2nd vs. Northwestern
  • Nov. 16th vs. Michigan State
  • Nov. 23rd @ Penn State
  • Nov. 29th vs. Iowa

College World Series

by Nancy Heim-berg

Baseball lovers unite, as America's favorite pastime brings the action and excitement to Omaha. The College World Series in mid-June is an annual tournament which showcases eight teams, all competing to be called the NCAA Division I baseball champions. This series features two double-elimination brackets with the bracket winners facing off in a best-of-three competition.

The College World Series began in 1947 and was first played in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since 1950, Omaha, Nebraska has been home to the series. In 2009, a contract extension was agreed upon which keeps the series in Omaha through 2035. Texas has appeared in the College World Series in mid-June 34 times (the most of any team), while Southern California has taken home the most titles, with 12 in all.

This year's College World Series runs from June 14th through June 26th. Opening day packs in plenty of exciting events including the Road to Omaha Jam. This free concert features O.A.R and takes place from 8-9:30 pm. The first game of the series takes place on June 15th, and tickets are currently on-sale. There is ample parking available with easy access to the stadium. More frequently asked questions and answers can be found on the College World Series webpage.

There are numerous fan events that bring food, music, and fun into the area. Everything from opening day ceremonies and celebrations, to open practices and autograph sessions, allows fans to experience every second of the excitement. This year's Fan Fest is presented by Capital One. Located just outside the ballpark, this interactive area provides free fun for the whole family. Whether testing their skill, cheering on their team, or taking a photograph, fans get to experience the thrills and excitement associated with the College World Series.

Once played in Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, the series is now held in the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. This new park features many amenities and conveniences popular with today's spectator. This year other changes have been made to the game start times, including enhanced instant replay, expanded food and beverage selections, and much more. These changes, along with the popularity of the game, promise to provide the best there is in college baseball.

Omaha Storm Chasers Home Opener

by Nancy Heim-berg

Don't miss out on a single pitch, stolen base or home run in the upcoming Omaha Storm Chasers 2013 season, which celebrates its home opener at Werner Park on Friday, April 12th, with the first pitch scheduled to be thrown at 7:05 p.m.

In addition to top-notch Triple-A baseball action, the Storm Chasers' (a Kansas City Royals affiliate) games provide fabulous entertainers, special giveaways and more than 30 different themes designed to recognize and celebrate the franchise's historic 45th season.

When you are marking your calendar for the forthcoming season, make double sure to include the super awesome giveaway game dates, such as the ConAgra Irving Falu Replica Jersey game on Saturday, April 13, and the Well's Blue Bunny, George Brett Bobble-Arm game on Saturday, May 18. Be sure to place a checkmark as well on entertainer game dates, including the Human Cannonball, presented by Bucky's and Pepsi on Saturday, June 1, and the Werner Enterprises Country Concert, which will feature Craig Morgan, on Friday, Aug. 23.

Even though single game tickets for this spring and summer officially went on sale on Friday, March 22, you can still purchase advance tickets for any one of the 72 games at Werner Park at a discounted price. Advance ticket prices begin at $16.50 for Club Seats and end at $7 for seats in the McDonald's Berm. You can also receive additionally discounted tickets for children aged 3 to 10, senior citizens and military service men and women in conjunction with this advance purchase discount.

You can buy your tickets at the Omaha Storm Chasers ticket office in person, by phone at (402) 738-5100 and at

The Storm Chasers organization wants fans to know that there will be an increase in the general parking price - from $2 per spot to $3 per spot. The VIP parking pass price will remain at $5. For more information contact Andrew Mitchell, Media Relations for the Omaha Storm Chasers, at (402) 738-2185.

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