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Alma Municipal Golf Course
The Alma Municipal Golf Course is a busy place all year long. A well maintained 9 hole course that will challenge all levels of golfers. This is a public, non-lighted course that is open to the public 7 days a week, weather permiting. The course does not have a "pro shop" however the Club House offers cool refreshments (alcoholic beverages available), some snacks, and is a great place to meet friends. Please do not bring your own alcohol onto the course. There are pop machines on the south side of the clubhouse and at the top of the hill. Ice is available inside the clubhouse.
Jason Bach, Brad Tripe, Nick Simonson, Dillon Kauk, Ryan Rogers, & Mike Plate
"Membership Types & Rates" and "Green Fees & Cart Rental Rates" can be found below under Relevant Documents.
Please make your and other golfer's day enjoyable, be courteous to other golfers Please read, become familar, and follow the Golf Course "Rules and Regulations" below under Relevant Documents.
WEEKLY LEAGUE SCHEDULE
May through mid-September
Tuesday night woman's league with 6:00 PM shotgun start
Wednesday night men's league with 6:00 PM shotgun start
Friday night mixed couples with 6:00 PM shotgun start
Hamburger & steak nights start at approximately 5 - 6 PM
Potluck night is 6:00 PM shotgun start
NOTE: the course is not closed during these times but please be considerate of the leagues and times.
Course may be closed during high school golf or cross country meets. A sign will be posted at least one day in advance on the #1 tee box if the course is scheduled to be closed.
Friday night 2-ball is $5.00 a couple, whether you stay and eat or not. Please pay the committee. 1 membership or 1 green fee of $10 pays for that night's golf-alternate shot format.
Committee may play - Suggest they start one or two holes ahead of 1st group teeing off. Stop by clubhouse after playing #9 and set out snacks, salads, and light grills. Couples will be able to help themselves.
3-4 flag prizes should be put out. Flag prizes are worth $5 each and is paid out of that nights entry money. Janna Tripe should be given the remaining money, grocery receipts, and score cards. Each couple has to have at least 3 scores in to play in the club 2-ball tournament.
GRILL NIGHTS: The committee is responsible for making tea, hors d' oeuvres, french bread, salad, turning on the oven, and cleaning up at the end of the night. Golfers need to bring your own table service, your own baked potato, and your own hamburger buns. Supplies are charged to Ladies Golf. (Maximum of $20 may be charged to ladies golf for the hors d'oeuvres).
Alma Municipal Golf Course
102 Dick Brown Drive
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Par for the golf course?
9 hole par 36.
Do I need a soft spike shoes?
Yes. It is a soft spike only golf course.
Can I rent the Club House for an event?
Yes. Contact Kristi Heft, Event Coordinator, at (308) 991-6213.
Fee is: $200 for members and $300 for non-members.
If closed to the public: $350 members and $450 for non-members.
Is there Golf Cart Storage available at the Golf Course?
Electric and/or gas golf cart storeage is available in our storage sheds. Rent is: $150 yr for electric and $125 yr for gas. Rent is due March 1st and is payable to the Alma Municipal Golf Course. You may pay at the Golf Course bar, at the Golf Course greens fee box, the City of Alma Office located at 614 Main Street, or mail to Alma Municipal Golf Course at PO Box 468, Alma, NE. 68920
Do you allow "Two-Ball" Golf?
Yes we do. It is covered by one membership or one greens fee ticket.