The two 18-Hole Championship Golf Courses offer a distinctive blend of beauty, challenge, and excellent year-round playability
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, the 36-Holes offer two unique golfing experiences for the novice to the accomplished golfer.
The state of the art 8-acre Short Game Practice Facility designed by Chet Williams creates a multitude of practice stations for every conceivable lie or situation and two large putting greens, one Bentgrass and one Bermuda.
The Nicklaus designed Blue Course offers natural waterways, rolling hills, and a splendid variety of trees. All Bentgrass greens, 419 Bermuda fairways, waterfalls, white sand, and grass bunkers make the Blue Course a pleasure as well as a challenge to play.
The Blue Course has hosted a number of notable tournaments including the 1963 PGA Championship.View Scorecard
The Gold Course stretches over 7,100 yards and plays to a par 72 with 419 Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. Natural features, including eight lakes and many mature trees, are combined with modern design techniques to provide golfers with a variety of scenes and interesting golf shots on every hole.View Scorecard
Dennis Ewing Cup
The Dennis Ewing Cup originated over 30 years ago and has attracted some of the top amateurs in the Southwest. The 54-hole better-ball event will be held on both Blue and Gold golf courses which are rich in tradition. Notably, the Blue Course hosted the 1963 PGA Championship which was won by Jack Nicklaus.