Hico Texas Golf Courses

Bluebonnet Country Club


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Bluebonnet Country Club -- Country golfing
Review by: B. Simpson Bluebonnet Country Club is a compact, yet very fun little course to play. With reachable par 5s and greens that will test your ability to bring the ball in high, as well as, your ability to utilize the "bump and run" method of approach, Hico has a little bit of everything to offer to any golfer. Seeing as the course is wide open, don't be fooled by the winds that blow over the course! This course brings out the very best in country golfing in a laid back environment. The folks are very friendly and inviting and I highly recommend attending their tournaments or playing the course often. Be sure to step inside the clubhouse for a cold beverage and a good game of dominoes.
From Glen Rose, TX

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WindRose Golf Club -- Upscale heading Downscale
Review by: Bob This course has so much potential. As it stands it is still one of the best courses in Houston for one thing and one thing only: Greens. It is just unfortunate that it has changed management hands several times in the last few years. In the process, each regime has focused on different things. Mostly cutting back on what the previous management did. No overseeding fairways in winter, Sand bunkers that qualify as gumbo bunkers, No restrooms on course, carts that badly need replacement. To compete with area course price points, they have dropped their average rates. What this means is more course play with less revenue. Couple this with the fact that there is less maintenance staff and no one fills in divots. Looks like a bombing campaign afterphoto on some fairways. The claim to fame is "Best greens in Houston". While this may still be true, the overall package is declining. I am concerned that even the greens may suffer as a consequence of the extra play and reduced maintenance. They used to put balls out on the range, but no more. They have some funky bag system where you lug these large red bags to the range with you. It could be so much better. Aesthetics are an afterthought. Actually, no one is thinking of aesthetics at all. I think they just keep thinking they can coast on the fumes of the reputation of their greens. Their slogan when the club opened 6 years ago was "Country Club for a day". An updated version would be more like "Mcgolf with your redneck buddies for a day".
From Houston, Texas




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