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Renovated and redesigned by Colligan Golf, Stevens Park is the jewel of Dallas' municipal system and is one of the best munis in the state. Check out our photo gallery.
Thanks to its abundance, accessibility and long summer season, Dallas/Fort Worth is one of America's great golf metroplexes. It's also one with a storied history, thanks to courses such as Colonial and legends such as Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan having resided there. For the public golfer, many of the municipalities in the metroplex have great municipal courses, and the boom of golf and residential communities in the 1990s and 2000s created many more options, both private and public.
Brookhaven Country Club just north of Dallas is where Jordan Spieth learned to play golf. As it turns out, this ClubCorp family club was the perfect training ground for the young PGA Tour star. With three golf courses, members here can work on every shot in the game.
Few spectacles are as big as the Final Four, so it's fitting that Jerry Jones' AT&T Stadium and Big D are the settings for this year's NCAA Basketball's semifinals and championship game, April 5-7. For the 80,000 fans or so who will be attending, this is also the perfect time of year to take in a few other activities such as golf, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area is primed with more than 100 daily-fee or semi-private golf courses to enjoy. Narrowing it down to a few isn't easy, but here are a few suggestions.
Dallas Golf Courses