Golf Club of Dallas
Dallas - TX
 

Around $60 w/ Cart - Weekend
Walkability score - 8.25
Stimp meter - 8.6 - 9/3/21

Hackers Score - 7.2 - Great
The ONLY public Perry & Press Maxwell design in Dallas. Extremely small greens with a fair amount undulation. Old school feel.
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Oak Cliff Country Club.

Oak Cliff Country Club opened in 1953 in south Dallas. Designed by Perry and Press Maxwell this is their only public design in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This was the last course Perry had a hand in before he died in 1953 which left Press to finish his work. The club hosted the Dallas Open for eight straight years from 1958-1967. In 1968 the Salesmanship club took over the tournament renaming it the Byron Nelson and moving it to Preston Trail GC in North Dallas. 

The course is a great of example of how magnificent Dallas golf can be. Course is generally flat with a little movement here and there. The difficulty on this course comes from tree lined fairways and some of the smallest greens we have played. With extremely small greens you can see how this course can test even the best players.

Playing at 6700 yards from the back tees its not very long but you must be accurate throughout the bag to shoot a good score. The course plays at a par 70 leaving you with only two par 5's and four par 3's to play. The par 4's are fairly diverse with number 11 playing at 357 yards over water and number 18 being an intimidating 450 yards uphill to finish out.

We encourage you to come play it for yourself. Conditions are great right now with the greens rolling at an 8.6 on the stimp and in pristine condition as of 9/3/21.

 

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