Arlington-based Colligan Golf Design reconfigured the course to provide better views of the Dallas Skyline and slow erosion at Coombs Creek.
“It is truly unique and exciting to be given the opportunity to enhance a golf course rich with tradition and history dating back to the early 1920’s when the course was first open,” Colligan stated in a media release.
The course will have new tee boxes, fairways and greens, plus 38 new sand bunkers.
The media release states: “This all new, par-70 track challenges golfers to be long from the tee and accurate to the green with a layout that now stretches 6,300 yards.”
The updates were paid using 2003 and 2006 bond money.
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