Landmand Golf Club - Homer, NE
Tad & I are extremely excited about the opportunity we’ve been given by the Andersen Family on an extraordinary piece of ground near Homer, NE. We will be starting a new 18 hole project here, which will be known as Landmand Golf Club (Danish for “Farmer”), in early September. With towering landforms, long views, & great soil, we recognize that this is a rare opportunity to deliver an exceptional golf course. I’ll continually update the process on our website & various social media channels (see our Twitter and Instagram pages). These photos are from our visit in mid June when we routed the golf course.
Did I say Caprock will push Sand Hills on anyone’s 100 Greatest? Hell, I predict Landmand will push them both. Nebraska has suddenly become the hot bed of golf design in America.— Ron Whitten (@RonWhittenGD) May 19, 2021
TGJ | Landmand - Stepping Out Over the Line
When it opens for public play (currently set for mid-2022), Landmand will confront players with views, shots and decisions that they have never faced before....Even to the layman, features leap off the land and reveal a golf course with potential to storm its way into the world’s elite.
King-Collins ready to break ground on new Nebraska course
Construction of Landmand Golf Club in Homer, Nebraska, the first eighteen-hole new-build by King-Collins Golf Course Design, will begin in September.
Landmand GC: How It Started
A preview for The Fried Egg's upcoming documentary film on the building of Landmand GC, the first 18-hole design by King-Collins Golf. In this preview, The Fried Egg tells the story of how the Anderson family found Tad King and Rob Collins and shows the breaking-ground moment at the site in Homer, Nebraska.