For a private club not in good shape. Fairways full of divots and greens full of ball marks. Pace of play was slow and virtual no rough. Not a private club experience or even a nice muni one either.
He would not play this course again.
My wife and I played on a Thursday afternoon. We are members of a reciprocating club in Tulsa Oklahoma. Our club pro arranged for us to play here and I will grant you that we were playing in a virtual hurricane. 30-40 mph wind. The course was a little burnt looking and a very nice older couple asked us to play with them. They quit after 9 holes due to wind. The reason for my lower rating is due to everyone we encountered acting like we were outsiders. We tried to get a temporary members number to use for drinks and food etc.... but the pro shop guy had been there for 4 days and explained that he didn't know what to do. So we had to pay cash to every person. That created a weird scenario every time. The course is a very interesting layout. Greens were very hard to figure out. Grainy and hilly in some areas. I bet it would have been better if we had not had the wind and the cold shoulder by many that were unaware if how to treat visiting members of another country club.
He would play this course again.
So I came here on a Friday date night because my date then lives in Fort Worth so that was the place we agreed to meet up half way.
All in all, this place is only fun if you have occasions (wedding reception parties, grandparents birthdays, etc), and golf times with family/friends/colleagues.
The venue looks kind of dated as obviously they are working on the updates.
The clubhouse is under renovation ride now. Always, friendly staff, great food and the pool very inviting. The golf course is scenic of Irving-Las Colinas.