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About

Holes 18
Type Public/Municipal
Style Parkland
Par 72
Length 7292 yards
Slope 128
Rating 74.2

Reopened and totally upgraded after a year-long closure, this popular in-town muni sports fascinating green contours, modest but strategic bunkering, and acres of short-grass runoff around putting surfaces. The Original John Bredemus routing from 1936 has been tweaked some to make betters of the basically flat site, with lots of understory and trees removed to expose the ravines and make it spectator friendly for the PGATour's annual Houston Open. The work by architect Tom Doak was enhanced by consulting of 4-time major winner Brooks Koepka. Together, they have produced a golf course that tests everyday players and elite golfers - and thanks to the management team at a very affordable green fees.

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Course Details

Year Built 1912
Golf Season Year round
Architect John Bredemus (1936) Tom Doak (2019) Finger Dye Spann (1996)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes - $8 - $11
Clubs Yes
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Caddies Yes
Golf School Academy Yes
Golf Simulator Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area Yes
Indoor Practice Yes
Putting Green Yes
Practice Hole Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted VISA, MasterCard, Amex, Discover Welcomed
Metal Spikes Allowed No
Walking Allowed Yes
Dress code Proper attire is required.

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Food & Beverage

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Clubhouse

Available Activities

Swimming, Billiards

Available Sports

Fitness

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4.0
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Handicap 5-9
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4.0
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Houston Golf: Memorial Park

For my second round in Houston I went to Memorial Park to checkout the recent redesign.

Arriving at the course created a bit more stress than I expected. Sharing a parking lot with the rest of the public park (and having to pay for parking) was an unexpected step in the process. So be prepared. It took a bit to find a spot.

You can tell that they are working hard to upgrade the facilities in advance of hosting the Houston Open. It's not all there yet, but you can tell it's going to be very nice. There is a huge putting green right as enter the property that looks like a lot of fun! It wasn't open on this day. Looked like it might be pretty new.

Like many courses, they've had a high volume of golfers and they are being very strict on being on time... combining that with the parking situation almost doomed our group. So again... be aware.

So onto the course...

Looking at the scorecard the night before I was excited to see an unusual layout with 5 par 5s and 5 par 3s. I was a little surprised that the White to Blue tees jump from 6500 to 7400 yds. Especially with the paltry slope/rating for the White tees I was expecting a cake walk. It wasn't that!

While most of the holes aren't exactly narrow off the tee, there are some interesting offset tees and doglegs that don't make the holes as open as they appear on paper. And believe me... you need to be in the fairway. The bermuda rough was intense. It was difficult to even find your ball once you got a few feet off the fairway. Don't even mention trying to hit it cleanly.

But what's really special about this course are the greens. They are quick and have some serious character. You get some pushed up greens, some canted greens, and all kinds of undulation. They are a lot of fun, but definitely challenging.

On this particular day, a tropical storm was scheduled to roll in about the time we hit the back 9... and sure enough it did. Taking the winds was the low teens into the twenties pretty consistently and lots of rain. Still we soldiered on while getting drenched. In general, I'd say the slope/rating for the course is way too low given the rough and the greens... but definitely with the weather this course was a bit of a bear.

Most of the course is free of water aside from a few small creeks, but as you hit 16 it becomes a major feature for a couple holes. 16 is a really challenging par 5, especially into a strong wind.

I really enjoyed this course and felt it had a lot of interesting holes and features. Unfortunately, my appreciation and recollection of the last 10-12 holes was limited by my quest to stay somewhat dry. But I do think this is a prime example of how good a muni can be if you show it some love. I think this will be a fine host for the Houston Open and a course the city and its residents can brag about. As an Austinite, I'd love to see this kind of renovation happen at Lions. So, if you're in the area... seek this course out! It's wonderful.

Conditions Good
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 11
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Previously Played
Hot weather
Used cart

Great Course

Played this course for the first since the renovation. This place is great. Greens are nice and quick. Keep the ball in the fairway, as rough is deep! Highly Recommend!

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 4
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played
Hot weather
Used cart
Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 22
Handicap 20-24
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played

Getting Better With Time

This is my second time to play the course after the renovation and it’s definitely looking better 7 months later. It’s cart path only probably until the tournament in November which is why I didn’t give it a higher rating for pace of play (took us 5 hours to walk it). I said some negative things about Memorial Park after playing there the first time after the renovation and will be the first to admit that I think I may have been wrong. After playing it for so many years, the changes were initially hard to accept. I was really disappointed that they removed the water on some of the nicer holes like #6 and #15. We ran out of daylight on #16 when we played it that first time so I didn’t really get to see the finishing holes. That all changed today and so did my opinion of the changes. I should’ve known that Tom Doak, Mike Nuzzo, Brooks Koepka and the rest of that design team knew what they were doing. The course is growing in and is in really good shape now. The only changes that I still question are removing “The Shoot” tee shot on #5 (think Augusta #18) and the water on #6, and changing the par 5 #13 into a short, drivable (for the pros) par 4. #6 was a beautiful hole and I don’t like the new layout with mounds and elevated green as much as the old hole. #13 was a beautiful par 5 but apparently the course had to give some of the teeing area to the city to expand the jogging trail. And every tour course pretty much has to have a risk/reward drivable par 4 for the pros, so now it has one. Other than those, I think the changes have been good. The new green complexes are COMPLEX! #2 is the craziest of them all. And I absolutely love the new layout of #17; it may be my new favorite in Houston now. The turtleback fairway on #18 is unusual and it’ll be interesting to see what the pros think of that. I’ve seen turtleback greens before but never a fairway. At least it’s unique in that sense. They’re still working on it and it still has some growing-in to do, but I’m beginning to think it may be able to compete with the GCOH. There was something about it today, some of the holes and the conditions of the course, that actually reminded me of the GCOH. That’s a good sign. I guess only time will tell but I’m beginning to think the pros might actually enjoy it.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 9
Handicap 5-9
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
Incentivized Review
5.0
Previously Played

Shaping Up Really Nice

The layout is very challenging. Greens are shaped beautifully and will be super tough when they get cut short. Tee times are spaced well and pace is 41/2 hrs or less even on the weekends. This is my NEW home course. It will be fantastic after next year's Houston Open.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 1
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played

Best Public Course in Houston

After an extensive renovation from Tom Doak, Brooks Koepka, and Mike Nuzzo Memorial Park is open to the public. I focus most of my reviews on the architectural merits of a course for the average player so keep that mind as you read on. Doak did a fantastic job renovating a local favorite, primarily by utilizing an existing network of ravines that were hidden in the brush. There is good variety of long and short holes (all the par 3s are great IMO) and the greens are fantastic albeit a bit slow right now. Bunkering is a little sparse for my taste, but the course has plenty of defense when the green edges are mowed down allowing the ball to roll away to tight lies. The course has maintained its walkability, and will likely be in better condition around the edges once the course has a chance to mature. The best par 3 is also the best hole IMO: #2. This hole now plays over a ravine to a well defended and tiered green. It’s stunning. The 5th was my favorite par 4, and the par 5 16tb gives both the good and average player plenty to think about on approach shot to the greens guarded by water on three sides. For those familiar with the “Doak Scale” I give it a firm “Doak 6”, and memorial park maintains its place as the city’s best public course.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Average
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 7
Handicap 0-4
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
Incentivized Review
4.0
First Time Playing
Wet weather
Walked

World Class Muni

The only PGA Tour course you can play for under $50. The course averages 60,000 rounds a year so I imagine at times it will be very crowded, but we played early in the day and had the course to ourselves. The practice greens aren’t huge, but it appears they may be expanding the practice area, and it has a nice double-decker (mats) driving range.

I played Memorial Park 3 weeks after the course was opened after a major renovation, and after a night of heavy rains. The greens weren't quite up to speed yet, and the rough areas that aren't grown in still held a lot of water, but once the grass has a chance to grow in, this will be a great championship course!

There are several different tee-boxes to choose from, and this course will be playable and fair for the beginners, yet should still be a great challenge when tipped out for the pros.

The Scorecard-
Par 3’s- There are FIVE par 3’s, ranging from 110 to 240 yards, so you will use several different clubs. The 9th has almost a road hole style green, and the 15th is a solid redan.

Par 4’s- Another solid mix including some brutal 500+ yarders and a couple that will be driveable for the pros, and filled with strategic bunkering and slopey greens that reward aggressive tee shots to good angles.

Par 5’s- FIVE Par 5’s- 3 of which should be reachable with a good drive, and a couple of beasts that will require 3 good shots to reach.

The Good:
-The Course is relatively flat, with a great routing for easy walking, with wide fairways and open views that will be great for tournament viewing. There are several holes with views of nearby sky-scrapers, several of which can be used as a target for your shot.

-With large greens and vast availability of tees and pin locations, this course can play differently every day of the week.

The Bad:
-It’s in Houston… JK. But seriously, I wish it was closer, and I don’t want to have to experience Houston traffic to play it again.

-The conditions- It’s not there yet, but it will surely get better quickly over the next several months as the grass matures and the rough grows in

The Unusual:
-Pay meter for parking. I have never encountered this before at a golf course, but I guess this helps keep the parking for golfers since it is such a crowded area with tons of joggers.

-There was no standard grill/snack shop at the course, but there is a Beck’s Prime on site, which is apparently a well known Houston Burger bar. The Burgers were tasty, and most of the patrons at were non-golfers.

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 2
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Walked

Hallelujah!

I've played the old design numerous times and always thought that if they could re-do some of the bones of the golf course that it would serve it well.

Doak and his team hit it out of the park in my opinion. While they removed a lot of the trees, natural brush areas, what they did ultimately was make it, for me anyway, a much more eye catching golf course. Sight lines are tremendous and you are now able to see almost 1/2 the golf course from every tee box or green, which I feel makes for a great visual. The natural ravines throughout the golf course, otherwise hidden, are now front and center. With a pretty aggresive renovation timeline, the course still needs plenty of growth to happen, especially the rough and peripheral areas. That'll happen over time so playing it the next few months may lend to some scratchy lies.

To me the teeth of the golf course are the green complexes. I found the greens rather boring before the reno. Now, most every green has tons of character and movement. Strategic mounding around the greens also has given most every green plenty of character. They are slow now, but that's to be expected, but they roll fine.

Overall, I feel that this is STILL the best municipal golf course in the area and has only been enhanced.

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Reviews 45
Handicap 10-14
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Golf Advisor
First Time Playing
Cold weather
Walked

Much improved Houston municipal

Memorial Park GC, an in-town, municipally owned and operated layout dating to a 1923 design by Texas legend John Brademus, is open after a year-long renovation. The results are impressive and establish this city classic into national prominence. Credit for it goes to a number of local golf foundations and to architect Tom Doak and design consultant Brooks Koepka. They've rerouted some of the hole marginally, raised the greens, sand-capped the fairways and greatly improved drainage. It's still a bit middy around the edges due to low-lying ground and virtually no elevation change across the site. Tons of short-grass recovery frame greens. A minimum sprinkling bunkers. Wide range of distances on par-3s and of directions and doglegs on par-4s. Great clubhouse, excellent food, a spiffy-two-story driving range teeing ground. And at ridiculously low place. Easily walkable. Hard to get a tee time but that's because it's so good.

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Average
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Reviews 303
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Golf Advisor
Perfect weather
Walked

Elite American value when it grows in

Managed a coveted tee time at Memorial Park, and it was worth the effort to get there. A bad forecast seemed to lighten the tee sheet but it turned out to be a solid fall morning. The redesign and construction work by Tom Doak and his team is very impressive. As expected, greens are extremely interesting and you could tell they moved a lot of earth for the sake of both design interest and drainage. Some of the fairways, like the par-5 8th, are surprisingly narrow. The closing stretch is very dramatic, in particular 15-17, and the large pond adds to the drama.

With that out of the way, it is worth mentioning the project had an aggressive 10-month timeline and while fairways and rough have grown in reasonably well, the peripheral areas have a long way to go and there is a lot of loose sod and bare areas. Greens also rolled very slow. Despite rain overnight, staff were still out there handwatering, so it's clear they are still minding the new grass.

Another curious item is that the card has tee boxes at 7,250 and then 6,500. But the backs were set up more like 6,700-6,800 and the whites closer to 6,200. They should just add a 6,900-yard tee and take the pro yardage off the card.

All in all, this is a tremendous gift to Houstonian golfers and really anyone passing through Houston who enjoys interesting architecture at a good price.

I would say you should wait a little while to play it but it's not like Houston is teeming with great public golf so you may as well play it whenever you can get a tee time.

Conditions Fair
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
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Commented on 11/02/2020

They could probably implement on the scorecard a Blue-White Combo tee scheme that would figure out to 6800 - 7000 or so without having to actually add new tee boxes / tee markers? So many courses have used the combo route, I think it's a great idea.

Played On
Reviews 22
Handicap 20-24
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
3.0
Previously Played

Verdict Still Out

Played the front nine of the newly renovated course last Wednesday and 16 holes today before we ran out of daylight (it’s a real challenge to get an early tee time now). I guess my idea of what makes a course great is not the same as that of the designer, the consulting pro who renovated the course and others who have highly touted it. I played the old Memorial regularly and I’m a high handicapper (23) so that’s my perspective. What I enjoy about golf is the beauty of the course; it’s lakes, ponds, trees, hills, elevation changes (not many here in Houston but plenty elsewhere), etc. The ponds on #1, 6 and #15 are gone. In their place are mounds on #1 and #6 and a creek on #15. Perhaps that was done for better drainage. The beautiful tree lined tee shot on #5 (we called it “the shoot”. Think Augusta #18 tee shot) is gone. The thick brush and trees throughout the course that gave it character have all been cleared out to make a ravine, that was previously not visible, now more visible and in play on several holes like #2. The ravine is not very attractive. A lot more work is needed to clean it out. The par 5 #13 was an awesome hole before. Now it’s an average looking par 4. Personally, I don’t get the changes. In my opinion, the course is now more like Gus Wortham than the majestic Memorial of old. Perhaps my opinion will change once it grows in and matures. If it does, I’ll update my review at that time.

Conditions Fair
Value Good
Layout Average
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Reviews 373
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
Incentivized Review
4.0
Top 10 Contributor
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Used cart

The new Memorial Park GC: tremendous gift to Houston golfers

While the routing remains much the same, the new Memorial Park Golf Course is stunning, and will be even more impressive once it matures.

Designer Tom Doak and the folks at Renaissance Golf have breathed new life into what was already considered a pretty decent municipal. Now it will be one of the best in the country and just the second muni to play host to a PGA Tour event.

The course now has way more interesting greens, less than half the bunkers than it had before and the holes now make good use of the land's natural features (like creeks), making this one of the must-play courses in Texas. Also, it now has five par 5s and five par 3s, a much larger lake between 16 and 17, and six inches of sandcapping that will help the course drain much better than before. It also now has a new system to recapture rainwater, making it possible to irrigate the course with reclaimed water almost 100 percent of the time.

While the course was in pretty good shape considering it was only shut down nine months ago for the renovation, it still needs to mature (the only reason I didn't give it five stars). And you can bet come next October, it will be flawless for its first Houston Open in more than 55 years (it moves from the Golf Club of Houston to Memorial).

My favorite parts of the new course are many. The second hole is a much better par 3 with the green moved to the other side of a ravine that used be behind the green. The ponds on the par-4 fifth and par-3 15th have been removed to create much more natural looking layouts that present many more options on playing the hole. And I love the way 16 now brings the lake into play as well as the par-4 17th, which now has a peninsula green.

Thanks to the generosity of Houston Astros owner Jim Crane and the Astros Golf Foundation, the entire project has been financed through private money. The good news is that the green fees remain the same, at least for now, Mayor Sylvester Turner said. I certainly hope we don't see any major increases anytime soon, because this is a tremendous gift for Houston golfers, but it would be a shame to see the longtime players here get priced out of the course.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Average
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 1
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Finally played the course

I finally played this course after dreading the fact that some golf buddies kept telling me how hard it is to get to play the course. After signing up with GolfNow and having the ability to book it whenever, I was very excited to have a tee time booked. The only negative is that I was charged twice (Once through GolfNow, then the guy at the course charged me again). Other than that the range, course, staff were all great.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Reviews 32
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

Well worth the trip

Surprisingly nice course, a bit long with lots of trees and open areas. The course was in great shape given the summer heat and lack of rain. I would definetly recommend this course.

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Layout Average
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Average
Played On
Reviews 11
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Hot weather
Used cart

Great Condition and Great Location

Great Location inside the Loop. Course was in very good shape , greens were holding up nicely with the heat. Great Price, highly recommend!

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Reviews 11
Handicap 15-19
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
Previously Played

Great layout

This course will challenge any skill level. It is a must to keep it in the short grass or the fescue will gobble up your ball offering a real challenge of strength and skill. The greens roll true , slow in the early part of the day and speed up when the sun dries them up.

Conditions Good
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 5
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
3.0
Verified Purchaser
Previously Played

Ok, but nothing to get excited about.

Always fun to play one of the traditional old tracks, but it is getting so much play it is getting kind of beat up. Paid around $70. About right for the experience....

Conditions Average
Value Good
Layout Good
Friendliness Fair
Pace Good
Amenities Average
Played On
Reviews 7
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

Solid Muni

Out-of-towner and really enjoyed playing the course. Course was in solid condition and a bargain for a Saturday morning tee time.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 20
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
3.0
Previously Played

Could care less about there customers

Just golfed 18 holes in under 4 hours while being harassed by the Marshall to pick up the pace! The course play over 7000 yards so anything under 4 hours is quick . When asked about it after we finished they said you finished didn't you! I will never give the course another dime over priced at 50 dollars for a round and not even the top course in Houston !

Conditions Average
Value Poor
Layout Average
Friendliness Poor
Pace Fair
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 4
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
4.0
First Time Playing
Hot weather
Used cart

Not your typical Muni

Waited fifteen yrs to play this course and the second my foot touched the first tee box rain started to fall--@#$%! Luckily, the rain stopped after 15 min., and the course handled the deluge well. The only puddles on the course were on the cart paths. Enjoyed the round with the help of Marshal's actually doing a good job keeping groups where they belonged.

Conditions Good
Value Average
Layout Good
Friendliness Average
Pace Good
Amenities Average
Difficulty Moderate
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