Home to the Byron Nelson Championship on the PGA Tour, the TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas course was originally designed by Jay Morrish in 1982, with a helping hand from Byron Nelson and Ben Crenshaw. The course was given a complete makeover in 2008 by D.A. Weibring and Steve Wolfard.
George Fazio designed the Jack Rabbit course at Champions Golf Club and it made its golfing debut in 1964, five years after Ralph Plummer’s Cypress Creek course opened at the same venue.
Part of a massive residential development that features 45 golf holes, the Dye course at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club is an interesting and challenging Pete and Alice Dye design that first opened for play in 1988.
The Member course at the Golf Club of Houston is a formidable Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy co-design which changed ownership in 2003, the same year the club hosted the first of three Shell Houston Opens.
The Colorado River skirts the east flank of the Arthur Hills-designed course at Wolfdancer Golf Club and, indeed, stray shots down the right of the closing holes might just end up in the water.
Located on the site of the former Andrau Airpark in Houston, the 18-hole layout at Royal Oaks Country Club is a Fred Couples Signature course which forms the centrepiece of an upmarket residential development.
A number of factors combine to make Crown Colony Country Club a pretty tough golf course to play.
The Tournament course is a former Shell Houston Open venue and this Robert von Haage and Bruce Devlin-designed layout was the first of the four 18-hole courses to appear at The Woodlands Country Club in 1978.
Laid out on the shores of Lake Lewisville, the course at the Old American Golf Club is a collaborative offering from the design team of Tripp Davis and Justin Leonard.
One of only a small number of public golf courses designed by Tom Fazio, the 18-hole layout at Butterfield Trail cost a reputed $23 million to construct on land adjacent to El Paso International Airport. Sadly the course will close by mid June 2020.