The City of Dallas Golf Program has an 89 year tradition of quality and affordable golf.  Dallas' six award-winning 18-hole courses challenge the skills of expert and novice players alike and many golfers began their golf career on a City of Dallas course.  Open daily, each course offers a unique and challenging playing experience.
  • Designed by renowned golf course architect A. W. Tillinghast, opened as a country club in 1919
  • Hosted the 1927 PGA Championship
  • Renovated and significantly enhanced by D. A. Weibring, Golf Resources, Inc. 
  • First reclaimed water project by the City of Dallas
  • Picturesque skyline view of downtown Dallas
  • Designed by renowned golf course designer Dave Bennett 
  • Opened in 1979
  • 18 holes constructed on an old pecan plantation in the Trinity River Forest lakes
  • Elevated greens among tree-lined fairways
  • Audubon sanctioned habitat with diverse wildlife
  • 10 minutes SE downtown Dallas
  • Recently renovated in 2012- Formerly LB Houston Golf Course
  • Unparalleled golfing experience
  • Something for golfers of any skill level to play
  • Enjoy a relaxing, picturesque backdrop
  • Outside deck seating available
  • Gorgeous fairways, challenging water hazards and sand traps
  • Quality experience and exceptional service accompanied by a comfortable atmosphere.
  • Nestled in the historic Kessler Park
  • 6,005 yards of panoramic tree lined fairways
  • Recently renovated in 2011
  • Outside deck seating available
  • Hilly course aloong the banks of Coombs Creek
  • Scenic views of Kessler Park flora and downtown skyline
  • 5 minutes SW of downtown
  • 6,762 yards of enchanting, meandering greens through the White Rock Creek greenbelt
  • One mile south of White Rock Lake
  • Careful club selection is a must to conquer 13 unique holes
  • Opened in 1924 and has been home to numerous legendary golfers such as Titanic Thompson and Lee Trevino
  • Hosted the USGA National Publinks Championship
  • 18 captivating holes with a unique combination of elevation changes among a beautiful natural forest
  • Rolling greens incorporating water & sand
  • 3 miles east of downtown Dallas on I-30
  • The first municipal golf course in Dallas
  • Opened in 1924 on land donated by E.O. Tenison
  • Redesigned by D.A. Weibring, Golf Resourses, Inc.