Located adjacent to Lake Houston. The 7150 yard championship golf course features eleven inland lakes and fairways lined with pine forests which makes for a challenging round of golf.
One of the world’s largest private country clubs, the Clubs of Kingwood offers 90 holes of championship golf at two distinct locations, Kingwood Country Club and Deerwood Golf Club. You are guaranteed a great private club experience.
At Tour 18 they’ve painstakingly reproduced the most renowned holes in the history of golf. Imagine playing the challenging holes that have determined the outcome of tournaments like the US Open, The Masters, the Tour Championship and the PGA Championship.
Newport Golf Club is an undiscovered treasure in Houston’s northeast corridor for the golfing enthusiast as well as the corporate event and meeting planner. Discreetly located in the natural forest of East Lake Houston, but only 30 minues from downtown Houston and major airports, this public course was once a stop on the LPGA circuit. If you are looking for beautiful fairways, a challenging round, accessibility and personal service, then Newport Golf Club is the place for you.
Always known to be one of the best Houston area golfing secrets, the Oakhurst Golf Club continues to be near the top of the list for Houston golfers. The clubhouse looks as immaculate as ever and the course continues to be manicured to the highest of standards. Oakhurst features 18 holes and 7002 yards from the Championship tees which meander among towering pines and mature hardwoods native to the area. The course presents a formidable but not overwhelming challenge. There’s a balance of staightaways and doglegs with each offering wide fairways and challenging approaches. The greens are massive, averaging 7500 square feet, and they are well manicured and consistent.
For 30 years, Red Wolf Golf Resort has been an example of fine Texas golf in the Houston metropolitan area. Since the club opened in 1975, the golf course has seen a few changes and has matured into a terrific test of golf skill. There is a full service restaurant and covered, open-air pavilion ready to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Golf Club of Houston, formerly known as Redstone Golf Club, opened in 2003 with an 18-hole Member Course. The 900 acre land was beautifully crafted with cypress, live oak and pine trees. Since 2003, Golf Club of Houston has hosted the PGA Tour’s Shell Houston Open with three great years on the Member Course and since 2006 on a newly crafted Tournament Course. The course architect was instrumental with incorporating a beautiful yet challenging layout designed to test the best players in the world while maintaining a positive experience for players of all skill levels.
Cypresswood Golf Club is one of the top daily fee golf complexes in the Houston area. The golf courses offer a challenging and exciting golfing experience with dramatic topography and are nestled within the native forest of North Houston. Situated on over 600 acres of rolling, heavily wooded terrain along the confluence of Spring and Cypress Creeks, this 36-hole golf facility offers two unique golf experiences and the finest of playing conditions.
Formerly known as the Atascocita Country Club, the Golf Preserve of Atascocita is under new ownership and has 27 challenging holes of golf. The course has three distinctly different courses that are lined by tall pines and mature hardwoods.
Located north of Houston Kingwood Cove Golf Club offers a championship 18-hole golf course open to daily fee play. For the golfers’ enjoyment before or after their round a newly built clubhouse is available. The par 71 layout features tree lined fairways, water on 10 holes and provides both challenge and beauty to golfers of all skill levels. From the back tees the course plays almost 6800 yards. From the middle and front tees, the respective yardages are 6214 and 5600 yards. The club is everything a Houston golfer needs for a great golf experience, both fun and enjoyable.