Pecan Valley Golf Course
Originally designed by Golf Course Architect Ralph Plummer in 1963, there are two 18 hole golf courses separated by the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The "River" Course, considered one of the top municipal courses in Texas, plays to about 6,100 yards from the Regular (White) Tees and can be extended to 6,600 yards from the Championship (Blue) Tees. Play from the Forward (Red) Tees is just under 5,600 yards.
The "Hills" Course, where the back nine holes designed by Golf Course Architect Dave Bennet, were added in 1982 and is approximately 150 yards shorter than the River Course. Several hundred trees have been planted and are just beginning to mature which will improve playing conditions in the years to come.
Parking is available for approximately 280 cars. The Snack Shop contains a streamlined self service counter with adequate inside seating. In addition, the complex includes an outdoor patio with tables, a retaining wall for additional seating and a sufficient number of trees to provide shaded comfort for golfers.
A driving range is located adjacent to the Hills course. It has several target greens, a practice sand trap, and is capable of servicing approximately twenty patrons at one time.
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