Camping: yes
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: no

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: Homemade
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Some Low Hills
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 4,880ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 12 | 300 - 400ft: 4 | Over 400ft: 2
Course Designer: Ron Rice, Hays KSl


At Norton County Fairgrounds, from stoplight at Hwy 36 and Hwy 283 turn south to edge of town, turn east after football field, left at livestock barns. 1st tee at the top of the hill.


Don Mordecai #24872
Phone: 785-877-5475

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Course Reviews

by eighty_six76 on Oct 21, 2015 at 8:41pm

Markings at tees are all but missing. But course layout makes finding next tee fairly easy. Nice natural holes allow for rewards if you go for it!

by dm4 on Feb 12, 2010 at 12:59pm

I like this course, but it's my home course. Hole #1 is very nice! Huge tree to throw around from an tee that sits on top of a hill! One of my favorite holes ever! I would have rated the course higher, but some of the holes are very short and the baskets are not the greatest, although they are double chained. There is a good mix of open long shots and trees with some elevation. Hole #3, although it is short, is a lot of fun with trees, o.b. road on left, and some o.b. shelters. Again the tee is higher than the basket. Hole #4 is a shorty and tough to find. Walk down the road after hole three. Hole four is on the left across the road to the North. After five and six, the rest of the holes play in a big circle around the entire park area. #7 is in the trees to the east of pin #6 (up and over the berm), but it is rather short as well. Hole #8 is interesting, playing over a softball field, many trees, and a creek along the left side that comes into play near the basket on the left. The teebox is right behind the berm, so it's kind of like teeing from a actual hole in the ground. #9 has some obstacles as well, with a race track near the basket and a batting cage to throw around or over. Lots of trees here as well and again, teeing off the berm. Hole 13 is unique as it plays off a berm with trees down the left side of the fairway and the basket on the left in a cutout through the trees. You can walk to the basket all the way down the berm, then walk down some stairs (about 10m) to the basket, through the trees. The longest hole is about 480' and fairly open with trees on the left and some towards the basket. When the basket is in long, it plays about 100' further, and up on the berm, with more trees to play through. #18's pin is on the side of hole #1's hill, so roll aways are common. When 18 is in long, it is a great hole, with the basket on top of the hill, playing around the huge tree that is in #1's fairway. I have seen a birdie or two on this hole, but it is a rare occurrence! There are restrooms, a playground for the kids, nearby fast food, and a lake within 10 miles of the course, if you want to camp! Overall, this is a very fun course, and you should try it if you are in the area!