Golf culb of Dallas is very beatiful golf course very chalenging will make use evry club on you bag, aslo well maintain culd use a little help on the sand traps, price for range balls is a bit expensive could be more resanoble. staff is very friendly
This was Perry Maxwell's last design (1953) and what a treat it is - especially the back nine.
There is a stream that wanders through the property and comes into play 7-8 holes - watch out at the end of fairways #2 and 11.
The greens are small, and there is some movement in many of them. I found the back nine to hold more interest than the front nine - hole variety and challenges - and Maxwell's routing - come through more on the back.
Course was in very good shape - fairways moderately fast, greens smooth and true - with some subtle breaks that I didn't see until the ball went by the hole.
i really like the course the service and avaliable is good.....would like to see more tee times on the hot tees
I enjoy playing this course, as it has a long history to it. Oak Cliff Country Club, now known as The Golf Club of Dallas, was where the Byron Nelson was played before being moved to the Las Colinas area. The clubhouse has photos of past winners, mostly from the '60s (Julius Boros, Sam Snead, Charles Coody, Billy Maxwell, et al).
The course has a variety of holes that bend one way or the other that will challenge your shot-making skills. There is not one hole that I find to be dull or boring. The par 3's all play uphill, which presents a club selection challenge, especially when wind is involved.
The greens are smooth and don't have much undulation, but several holes do have some slope to them.
This is a nice course, and I am particularly fond of playing it due to the mid-afternoon tee time bargains that can be had through Golfnow.com and the fact that I can usually finish the round in less than 4 hours.
this is a great old course. go play there. they used to play the byron nelson here before moving to tpc las collinis. it used to be a country club. it's not anymore. so now us poor people can play there. so go play there.