Looking for a place to golf in Fort Worth is an easy task. If you google places to play golf in the area, 12 results pop up with Fort Worth addresses. Not to mention the many courses that are right outside of Fort Worth. Golf is an activity almost everyone can play. Many take advantage of golf in many different ways. From the relaxing aspect of being outdoors and competing with yourself or others, to the party aspect of grabbing a few buddies and shotgunning a beer at all 18 holes. Golf can be fun! And with several other popular activities restricted, golf stays open.
When the COVID19 pandemic entered its business shutdown phase, businesses like gyms, restaurants, bars, amusement parks all ceased operations. Essential businesses like grocery stores, gas stations, car dealerships, hospitals all remained open, and golf courses. So maybe it’s time to borrow or buy some clubs and check out some of these courses.
We’ve put together a list of names, addresses, phone numbers, and other details about the golf courses in Fort Worth.
Rockwood Park Golf Course (18 holes + The River’s Edge)
1851 Jacksboro Hwy, Fort Worth, TX 76114
(817) 392 6560
Length of 7,053 yards
This course is one of four City of Fort Worth golf courses, maintained by the city. This par 72 opened originally in 1938. Between November 15_June 2017 the course went through a $5.1 million renovation. Green fees at Rockwood Mon-Thurs for 18 holes go for $30 in the morning and $15 in the evening. On Fridays the price ranges $16-$32. Weekend/holiday fee ranges $21-$43. $16 cart fee.
Colonial Country Club
3735 Country Club Cir, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Length of 7,080 yards
If you’re in to golf you’ve probably seen this course on TV during the PGA tour. After the PGA tour and every other major sport franchise stopped games and practices, when then the PGA re-started (way faster than the other professional sports) the first tournament with no spectators was here in Fort Worth at The Colonial. This par 70 is a challenge, however, getting onto this course may be a little tricky as it is a private, member-owned club, and membership is by invitation only.
Waterchase Golf Club
8951 Creek Run Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76120
Length of 7150 yards
Next, this public golf course is quite popular among golfers. The par 72 has six set of tees, to cater to golfers of all skills. Rates include Green Fee & Cart Fee for 18 holes with $55 mon-thurs $60 for Friday and $70 for Sat/Sun & holidays. This course is beautiful with a variety of landscapes depending on the hole. Watch out for the waterfall hazard by hole 9!
Meadowbrook Golf Course
1815 Jenson Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76112
Length of 6,363 yards
This golf course is another course listed as a Fort Worth City golf course. This par 71 is self-described as having the most rolling terrain of the City’s four golf courses. A weekday green fee goes for about $20 in the morning with is as low as $12 in the evening. Cart fees are about $16.
Pecan Valley Golf Course (36 holes)
6400 Pecan Valley Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76132
(817) 392 6490
River Course: Length of 6,100 yards
Hills Course: Length of 5,950 yards
There are two 18-hole golf courses that are separated by the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The “River” course and “Hills” course spread out golfers and offers challenges of different kinds. Rates vary between courses on the week days with Green Fees at the “Hills” course ranging $11-$18 and the “River” course is $14-$23. Lastly, on the weekends and holidays prices jump up for the “Hills” course ranging $14-$24 and the “River” course ranging $20-$32, depending on the time of day.
The Golf Club Fossil Creek
3401 Clubgate Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76137
Length of 7,112 yards
Next on the list, this golf course is designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer for a par 72 experience. Built on the site of an old quarry, the design plays into the natural beauty of its surroundings. The price to play this course is only $22-$50 on the weekdays. However tee times cost up to $75 on the weekends. Or you can grab a membership!
Woodhaven Country Club
913 Country Club Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76112
This course is a country club, so it caters to mostly members, however they do allow non-members for other events hosted. As a par 71, the design of this golf course is dramatic and challenging for golfers. Be sure to give them a call to see about memberships, or other opportunities non-members have!
Diamond Oaks Country Club
5821 Diamond Oaks Dr N, Fort Worth, TX 76117
Length of 6,850 yards
This par 70 is another course that prefers to host only members. Originally opened in 1961 this course has hosted many impressive tournaments and offers a challenge to golfers. The club is offering a wide variety of memberships so if you’re interested in this country club, go check them out!
Shady Oaks Country Club
320 Roaring Springs Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76114
9 Hole: Length of 1,228 yards
Another Country Club on the list, this venue has an 18 hole par 71 course, and a 9 hole par 28 course. The country clubs’ founder, Marvin Leonard, also constructed the Colonial Golf Club, so you can be sure this course is beautiful. Updates are constantly being put into this site, and the staff and members take pride in the facilities.
Ridglea Country Club
3700 Bernie Anderson Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76116
Family Course: Length of 5,527 yards
Championship Course: Length of 7,125 yards
This country club offers its members two courses to choose from. The Family course is a par 71, while the Championship Course is a par 72. These courses offer great views of Fort Worth and the Trinity River. If you’re wanting to get a membership at a golf course, make sure to add this to your list.
Mira Vista Country Club
6600 Mira Vista Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76132
Lastly, this private country club is the only 24-hour gated golf course community. Catering to its members, this par 71 wraps throughout the community of Mira Vista so make sure to watch for windows.
River Crest Country Club
1501 Western Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Length of 6,300 yards
River Crest is described on it’s website as being Fort Worth’s oldest and most storied country club. This private par 70 course is located about five miles from downtown Ft. Worth this is a popular golf destination. A cool note of history is its members founded the Women’s Texas Golf Association in 1916 and was the first to host a statewide women’s golf tournament.