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Tee it up at these 25 Fort Worth golf courses

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 25 golf courses in Fort Worth are sure to make for a good round.


There’s a golf course or sports center for every level of athlete.

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We can’t think of a better way to soak in Fort Worth’s greenspace than spending some time on the links. Whether you’re looking to connect outdoors with friends or you’re honing in on the perfect swing, here are 25 golf courses to make a tee time at in Cowtown.


Meadowbrook Golf Course turns 100 years old next year.

Photo courtesy of @fwgolf

Public courses

Meadowbrook Golf Course, Meadowbrook | The 18-hole course is teeing up a $7 million renovation and will close in November. The 100-year-old course will reopen in the summer of 2025.

Pecan Valley Golf Course, Benbrook | Designed by architect Dave Bennet, the River course is along the Clearfork of the Trinity River, while the second Hills course runs through a tree-filled area.

Rockwood Park, Crestwood | Originally opened in 1938, the 18-hole course underwent a $5 million renovation in 2017 with new greens, tees, fairways, and more.

Hawk’s Creek Golf Club, Westworth Village | The course is located near the former Carswell Air Force Base + features mature trees and natural water hazards on most holes.

Waterchase Golf Club, Bentley Village | The Par 72 course is designed for players of all abilities with six sets of tees. Don’t miss the cascading waterfall on the ninth green.

The Golf Club at Champions Circle, Alliance | The full course has 18 holes, a double-ended range, a putting green, chipping green, and practice bunker in a resort-style facility at an affordable price.

The Resort Golf Club, Eagle Mountain Lake | With a USGA slope rating, the course is set in rolling North Texas hills, live oaks, and wildlife along the eastern shore of the lake.

The Golf Club at Fossil Creek, Stoneglen | One of the “best new resort golf courses in America,” the course was personally designed by legendary golfer Arnold Palmer.


Ben Hogan won the first two editions of what was then the Colonial Invitational in 1946, 1947, 1952 + 1953. | Photo by FTWtoday

Members only

Colonial Country Club, University | Home of the annual Charles Schwab Challenge, the course is located in the center of the city along the Trinity River.

Diamond Oaks Country Club, Haltom City | One of the “best kept secrets’’ in town, the course runs along Big Fossil Creek and features 100-year-old oak trees + a 40,000-sqft clubhouse.

Mira Vista Country Club, Benbrook | Located on the southwest side of town near Benbrook Lake, the private course has over 150 feet in elevation change + a junior’s program for little golfers.

Ridglea Country Club, Ridglea | The club has both North and South courses that each feature driving ranges, short game areas, pro shops, and indoor teaching facilities.

River Crest Country Club, Crestline | The course — located at the oldest country club in town — was designed by Tom Bendelow and A.W. Tillinghast with Par 70 fairways and greens.

Shady Oaks, Westworth Village | The championship course wraps around another nine-hole course known as the “Little Nine” on large bent grass greens with gently rolling fairways.


It’s time to go to work at Texas 9 Golf.

Photo by @texas_9_golf

Par 3 + driving ranges

Benbrook Lake Golf, Benbrook | The family-owned Par 3 course and driving range was established in 1977. It features a lighted facility so you can play in the evenings year round.

Texas 9 Golf, Bentley Village | The nine-hole executive course features an illuminated driving range + the sand and greens are great for practice. Plus, add some cross-training at the fitness center and yoga studio.

Leonard Golf Links, Chapel Creek | Practice your swing at the 52-acre lighted range + try out some new clubs at the “Best Club Fitter in America.”


Prepare for a day of fun with putt putt and go-karts.

Miniature golf + indoors

TopGolf, Riverside | Grab a drink and take a swing at the driving range in the sky.

Next Level Golf, Chapel Creek | Level up your golf game with lessons, new clubs, and an indoor simulator practice.

Rockwood Go-Karts & Mini Golf, University | The ADA-compliant, Texas-themed course lets you putt through 18 holes of Lone Star State features + zoom around in the “fastest karts in the Fort.”

Hidden Valley Miniature Golf, Lakeside | Enjoy a day with the fam with $5 tickets for anyone under four feet tall + keep the fun going with a second round of mini golf at half-price.

Alley Cats Entertainment, Hurst | The entertainment center has everything from putt-putt and go-karts to batting cages and outdoor rides.

Topgolf Swing Suite, University | Located in the Lot 12 Rooftop Bar, the simulator lets you challenge your friends with side-by-side suites.

1611 Indoor Golf Club, Bryant Irvin | Stay out of the sun with the virtual driving range with a swing analysis, a BigTilt sloping putting green, and private lessons.

BigShots Golf, Alliance | The entertainment center blends cutting-edge golf training with 56 tee boxes and family fun with a mini golf course.

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