Throckmorton Texas Golf Courses

Throckmorton Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Throckmorton Country Club -- The Best Little Course in West Texas!
Review by: Anonymous This 9 hole course is the hardest little course I have ever played! If you think the Links is hard wait until you play this bad boy! The hardest hole would probably be #7. This par 5 may look easy when you step up on these elevated tee boxes but just wait until you tee off. Thats when the adventure begins. The second hardest would the #5. This par 4 dogleg right is probably the hardest par 4 on the course. Of course there are a few easy holes thrown in just so you don't lose your confidence. So if you are ever traveling through Throckmorton; be sure and stop to play "The Best Little Course in West Texas!"
From Cypress, CA USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
White Bluff Resort - The New Course -- True test of golf
Review by: RAB The New Course at White Bluff Resort is a true test of golf. I am biased, but this course will compete with any public course in the state. It is the annual host of Texas State Open. At 7,000 yards from the tips, length is not your concern. 1,2 and 3 are almost claustrophobic and getting to number 4 tee will bring a sigh of relief. You need to score on 4-8 and make par on 9 to keep a good round going. On 10, you'll need to stay left on large oak on the right side of the fairway. Water is lurking just behind the bunker. 11 is your best opportunity for birdie on the back. 12 is the signature hole on the New Course. The fairway is usually firm and you only need to play to 150 yd marker. Pray for a three on 15 and take a look at the green on 16 before swinging away on this dogleg right par 5. 18 is the #1 handicap and is a 460 yd. 4 par that plays into the prevailing south wind. Par here is a great score. If the 16 holes with water in play bother you, stop by the Old Course. It is an exceptional golf course that will produce birdie as easily as it will a triple.
From Whitney, TX USA




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