Long ago, Scottish polo players longed for a game where they could explore scenic terrain, ride an obedient mechanical horse, and wear more courageously plaid knickers. Marvel in their subsequent invention with today's Groupon to Stewart Peninsula Golf Course in The Colony. Designed by golf-course architect Tripp Davis, Stewart Peninsula Golf Course pleases peepers with its breathtaking views while frustrating the duffers who traverse its mulligan-rich landscape. Tackle the course—whose design was influenced by Scottish links-style courses and German links-style sausages—astride your four-wheeled club-toter, grappling along the way with a frequently changing wind factor, terraced par fives at holes 9 and 18, and a different set of stumbling blocks on every hole.
- The views were great and the golf was good. My foursome couldn't believe how good the condition of the greens and fairways were. The course is very challenging and if you are looking for a flat easy course this is not for you. We had a blast and will be back. – ryanbarcush, Google Maps
- We love it. My family loves playing this golf course. My husband is a very good golfer and likes the difficulty of the course, I who played in high school like the beauty (next to Lake Lewisville) and my son who playes in the NTPA tournaments likes it because they hold his tournaments here. – Friscogolfer, Yahoo! Local
Stewart Peninsula Golf Course
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, Texas 75056Get Directions