From some of the holes at the course golfers can see some of the old hangers which are still standing. The fairways are lined by mature trees that have been standing for many decades. The tree lined walk trails and four radiant water ponds with soothing fountains and water falls are the focal points. This is an old golf course with some sentimental value for the residents.
Willow Pond was opened in 1955 and it has maintained a tradition of reserving tee times for holidays and weekends only. The unique design for the golf course was original done by Lawrence Packard. The course covers 6,826 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72. This is a challenging course with water hazards coming into play on five holes. The water hazards offer a good challenge to players with varying skill levels. Some of the holes provide a fantastic view of the Frisco area. Hole 4, 251 yard for par 3 offers the best golfing experience. At this hole the players are required to tee a shot through the wind to an elevated green.
Every green at the course feature a slight break. To catch a snack or a drink members here can pay a visit to the restaurant, full bar or snack bar. The facility is complete with a driving range, chipping green and practice bunkers. The facility being a public facility operates an open guest policy. A pro shop offers golfers with the supplies that they need for a game. Willow Pond provides a great and secure avenue for relaxation.