The fairways at Eagle Pointe Golf Club are carved through the tall pines of Mont Belvieu, where the course weaves around Cherry Point Gully and the Old River. The final four holes are among the strongest in the Houston area.
I would critique the blurb for this course a tiny bit when it comes to the final four holes. 15 is a wonderful long par 3, 17 is a good risk/reward par 5 off the tee, and 18 is a mean finisher. 16 isn't a great hole in my opinion since it forces 95% of golfers to lay up off the tee and leave a fairway wood or long iron into a raised green. The course has plans on redesign in a few years' time, and if I'm not mistaken, 16 will be completely redone.
The first 15 holes offer some pretty solid golf. The 1st sets a great tone for the round, and the 3rd is a really good mid-length par 3. Off the gates things are pretty strong, but as the round goes along I found some holes look like repeat versions of a previous hole. 2, 5, and 11 are all dogleg par 4's of similar lengths that run the same direction and come across as redundant. Holes that are one of a kind here are really good and really enjoyable (except 16). If the redesign does take place, it'll be interesting to see what they do differently.