Golf in Greenville

One or Two VIP Cards with 10 Rounds of Golf & Range Balls to Stewart Peninsula Golf Course (Up to 62% Off)

Stewart Peninsula VIP Card

Stewart Peninsula Golf Course

$199 $79

Enjoy 10 18-hole rounds and 10 buckets of range balls at the Stewart Peninsula Golf Course

Two One-Hour Golf Lessons for One or Two at Olympia Golf Tech (Up to 64% Off)

Olympia Golf Tech

Dallas

$140 $50

Instructors use swing analysis technology and a shot distance monitor to help golfers improve their swing; rental clubs included

$35 for $100 Worth of Golf Lessons — Metroplex Golf Instruction

Metroplex Golf Instruction

Irving

$100 $35

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$75 for Registration for One to Dave & Buster's Make-A-Wish Golf Tournament on September 8 ($158 Value)

Dave & Buster's Make A Wish Charity Golf Tournament

Southlake

$158 $75

Golf tournament benefits Make-A-Wish foundation, which fulfills the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions

One or Two One-Hour Golf Lessons or Ball-Striking Test and Analysis (at Jeff Isler Golf (Up to 75% Off)

Jeff Isler Golf

Southlake

$175 $49

Ball-striking analysis records and scores the effectiveness of swings; lessons focus on the development of an efficient swing

Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart, Range Balls, and Burgers at Cross Timbers Golf Course (Up to 50% Off)

Cross Timbers Golf Course

Springtown-Reno

$84.78 $42

Numerous changes in elevation and Champion bermuda greens beckon golfers to a course built in 1995 by architect Jeffrey Brauer

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A lush tapestry of Bermuda grass unfurls across 6,532 yards of rolling hills to form Stone River Golf Club's 18-hole course. A relatively open layout, the course lulls golfers into a comfortable rhythm before surprising them with the occasional fairway-side pond, strategically placed tree lines, or undercover course rangers that work as process servers. The par-5 16th—the course's hardest-rated hole—requires a long tee shot and a long-iron or short-wood approach shot to reach the green in two, which sits 590 yards from the tee box. Golfers can prepare for rounds by taking cuts at the irons-only driving range, getting a feel for the putting surface on the practice green, or passive aggressively introducing clubs to their potential replacements at the pro shop.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course

  • Length of 6,432 yards from the farthest tees

  • Course rating of 69.4 from the farthest tees

  • Slope rating of 114 from the farthest tees

  • Three tee options

846 Fm 2453
Royse City,
TX
US

Ensconced by dense woodlands, The Golf Club at McKinney's 18-hole layout undulates through a rural landscape that feels far away from the hustle and bustle of civilization. The combination of tree-lined fairways, water hazards, hills, and considerable length?the course measures 6,807 yards from the tips?make the par 72 layout a real challenge for golfers of all abilities. To help level the playing field, the Club offers a grass-tee driving range and two greens, one dedicated to putting practice and the other to chipping.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,807 yards from the tips * Course rating of 73.7 from the tips * Slope rating of 140 from the tips * Four tee options * Scorecard

3191 Medical Center Dr
McKinney,
TX
US

Commended for its preservation of the natural Texas landscape, Twin Creeks Golf Club features an 18-hole course that seamlessly integrates native trees and two flowing creeks into a pristine, 6,840-yard layout. All of the picturesque par 72’s difficulties are brought to bear on the par 4 13th hole, where a strong headwind may nudge rightward drives into a rippling creek and an immense green makes any two-putt a tricky proposition. Golf carts glide across the immaculate meadows, occasionally spinning their wheels and wailing their reverse alert in distress as passengers approach the hidden lake of the 17th hole, called the “Devil’s Elbow.” Golfers can calibrate their swings at the course's practice center, which includes a driving range, bunker, chipping area, and putting green, an ideal spot to covertly test any remote-controlled balls. After a day spent making sand angels in every bunker, guests can recess to the rustic confines of the Elkhorn Bar & Grill, where Southwestern fare sates diners resting at patio tables or under the 50-inch flat-screen TV located indoors.

501 Twin Creeks Dr
Allen,
TX
US

At Spring Creek Golf Learning Center, there's a noticeable emphasis on quality. For instance, the facility keeps its turf in pristine condition, and every year, it receives a shipment of 60,000 new range balls right after they've been laid by PGA-approved chickens. Visitors can take note of this attention to detail while practicing in Spring Creek's various areas, including the 10,000-square-foot putting green and a driving range with more than 50 grass hitting stations. The center's staff, meanwhile, relies on more than a century's worth of combined experience while teaching lessons, clinics, and manning the fully stocked pro shop, complete with club-fitting services and gear from some of the industry's top manufacturers.

5601 W Spring Creek Pkwy
Plano,
TX
US

Massive sandtraps and wetland hazards pinch the fairways along the 6,800 yards of The Trails of Frisco Golf Club's 18-hole course. The par-71 course also pits players against large, well-contoured greens that test players' skills with their putter or a sandwedge that was run over by a steamroller. PGA instructor Russel Orth roams the course and its practice facilities, where he shares tips for honing swings during lessons and clinics.

10411 Teel Pkwy
Frisco,
TX
US

Course architect Tripp Davis drew inspiration from both classic Scottish links and California’s famous Monterey Peninsula courses when crafting Stewart Peninsula Golf Course, an 18-hole layout touched on all sides by the waters of Lake Lewisville. Much like the conditions found at Stewart Peninsula’s high-profile muses, ever-shifting winds play a large factor in course play, challenging golfers who struggle to keep balls low or prefer to steer their carts with massive sails. The course also features two terraced par 5s—holes 9 and 18—that recall seaside holes at Harbour Town and Pebble Beach and end both 9s in dramatic fashion. Before taking to the first tee, clubbers can head to the driving range, where warm-up sessions will help prevent them from losing their balls in the abyss of Lake Lewisville or the neighboring ruptures in the fabric of space time.

100 Cottonwood Springs Dr
The Colony,
TX
US