Webb Hill Country Club
|Red (W)||72||5441 yards||72.9||131|
|Blue M: 73.3/130||376||191||373||473||379||201||359||590||421||3363||348||203||386||568||399||189||414||500||417||3424||6787|
|White M: 70.8/127||354||172||348||450||350||163||341||568||396||3142||334||168||354||523||379||168||385||493||398||3202||6344|
|Red M: 66.7/119 W: 72.4/126||334||150||334||423||277||154||321||462||308||2763||304||155||280||501||275||148||281||403||331||2678||5441|
|Green M: 65.7/115 W: 71.1/124||282||150||221||423||272||154||273||462||308||2545||304||155||280||501||275||148||281||403||331||2678||5223|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Fun course. Great greens.
My first time on this track. Good course, no major complaints about maintenance. A couple of tee boxes were rock hard.
I got lost at the turn. Could use a sign directing you to #10 on the otherside of the clubhouse.
A hidden jewel
Fun layout. Quite a bit of up and down elevation change. Good mix of dogleg left, right and straight holes. LOTS of blind tee shots; study the course layout signs! On-course amenities were weak — no ball washers, no water coolers. Sand traps were hard-packed dirt, not sand. Greens were shaggy, slow and didn’t putt true. Fairways were not well-defined, so it was hard to tell whether you were in the fairway or rough at times. BUT pace of play was spectacular — 2-1/2 hours for a single in a cart! Three groups were quick to let me play through. Staff were as friendly as one could possibly want. The owner, Charles Randy who worked for Harvey Penick for 7 years and was sponsored by Penick for his PGA status, was in the pro shop when I checked in and took the time to welcome me and talk about golf back “in the day.” Totally charming and a delight to talk with. If I lived locally, I’d join this club just to spend more time with Mr. Randy. Despite the limitations of the course, it’s worth a visit.
We like this course because when all the other courses have no early slots left we can go out here going to the country is a good thing sometimes
First Time at Webb Hill
Green were in very good shape. Better than most in the DFW area. Pace of play was good. The staff at Webb Hill is amazing compared to the bigger city courses. I will for sure be back very soon.
Enjoyed our round
We really enjoyed this course today. The greens were in very good condition. Fairways were good also. It was apparent they had been working hard and watering a lot to keep the course in good condition.
Wayward driving not welcome!
Played the white tees (slope 124). Easiest drive is at #1. Narrow entry points to fairway at #3, #5 (which has quite the elevated green), #7, #9, #10, #14, & #16.. Don't miss right of the green at #6. Don't miss left (lots of trees) on #13. Bunkers, fairways, greens, & tee boxes not in the most optimal shape. On the back nine, one must take advantage of #10 & #11 as they are the easiest & 3rd easiest holes based on scorecard handicap. The 18th runs adjacent to the driving range. Excellent bang for the buck for the challenge it provides.
Webb Hill is always one of my favorite courses to play. It’s isolated location keeps it from ever being too busy, and the course is always in awesome shape.
Very nice rural course. With a little TLC, this course could easily outclass several of the municipal courses in the DFW metroplex.