Tiburon Golf Club - Great White Course
|Front (W)||36||2755 yards|
|Championship M: 73.6/130||415||380||195||560||415||465||175||530||420||3555||7035|
|Black M: 71.6/125 W: 77.3/134||390||345||165||500||390||445||155||515||395||3300||6530|
|Silver M: 70.0/120 W: 75.8/132||367||320||150||495||385||390||135||490||380||3112||6152|
|Green M: 66.5/110||367||285||150||416||305||325||135||450||325||2758||5443|
|Red W: 69.3/116||310||270||135||405||295||300||105||435||310||2565||4912|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Nebraska
Mako / Great White
Greens were probably punched a month ago.
They are speedy and roll well.
My friend and I got off early.
We played 18 in 3 hours.
Ridiculous course rules during Covid19. They required that me and my wife ride in separate carts.....but yet the Marshall sarcastically joked about how this 8some could not get separated.....never been at a course that was worth it allow an 8some. So you have 8 gentlemen congregating on a green but you throw a fit when I want to ride in the same cart as my wife. They need to pay someone else to make the decisions here.
Golfed Great White 9. Course was beautiful and challenging. Would say it was a little above my skill level but I never felt overwhelmed or frustrated during my round. The greens played well and the holes were all very well laid out. Will return to try other 18 holes as they rate a little easier than Great White.
Nice staff, golf carts are good. Fair course, water and trees on their 3 nines. I prefer Great White, Hammerhead, Mako in that order.
If you hit the fairways, you’ll be rewarded. If you hit the rough, it will eat you up! I love it
Used and Abused
Very much like Stone Creek they have 27 holes but it gets played a lot. There was a lot of wear and tear on the greens but they still rolled fine. The fairways and rough were in decent shape but we got stuck behind many golfers. It’s a good course but gets a ton of traffic so be prepared to play a little slower
No matter what, this course is always in tip top shape. Matt is awesome.