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Wild Horse Golf Course

Wild Horse Golf Club located in Gothenburg, Nebraska is rated one of the best golf courses in the United States. Several golf magazines have rated Wild Horse in their prestigious ratings. Among them are Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golf Week Magazine.

Gothenburg, Nebraska is located in the heart of Nebraska just off of Interstate 80 at mile marker 211.

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