This club outshines many of the clubs found in the Metroplex. The golf course here was designed by the formidable team of Ralph Plummer and Byron Nelson. The layout of the golf course is stunning and certainly more traditional with White Rock Creek running through. The traditional look and appeal of the course also features a number of challenges for players.
The lighting fast bent Bermuda greens, plus about 81 bunkers provide memorable golfing experiences. Each game is always different from the previous one. Bermuda grass fairways that are lined with trees offer the perfect golfing environment. The cart paths run from the greens to the tees, just the way they should. Playing the game on foot is facilitated by the caddies who are always available. This 18-hole, par 72 golf course is 512 yards longer the average of most golf courses, with its impressive 7,091 yards. A collection of memorabilia of professional golfers who are members of the club is well distributed in the clubhouse.
This is a member’s only club and membership here is through invitation. This has helped to keep quality membership in the club. The clubhouse is where delicacies are served. Playing a game here is great fun, the challenges with several holes providing a narrow tee shot which opens up to a somewhat wide landing area. To the right of the fairway homes line the course, providing a spectacle to watch. The dramatic slope that is offered ends right in front of the white creek in a huge green. Everything at the golf course fits perfectly.