Crown Colony Country Club
About Crown Colony Country ClubLocated north of the Houston area in East Texas, Crown Colony Country Club is a private golf club with a handful of villas for rent that provide member privileges during your stay, and the club offers stay-and-play golf packages that feature unlimited golf and some meals included. The villas feature two queen beds, full bath, kitchenette, in-room washer/ dryer, living room and private patio. The golf course was designed by Robert Von Hagge and opened in 1979. It has been ranked among the Top 10 courses in Texas by Dallas Morning News. In addition to stay-and-play villa guests, wedding guests also have the option to play the course on the day of the wedding for a guest rate.
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Played for the first time here in 3 hours. Course layout was nice and the greens rolled great. I had low expectations but they were all exceeded.
Still The Leader
Crown continues to be THE BEST golf course in East Texas...maybe all of Texas. The fairways are magnificent. The greens are fast and roll true. It's not a long course, but length isn't what will test your skill. Lots of water, lots of sand and lots of huge pine trees. If you've never played the Crown, you have denied yourself of one of the true golf experiences in Texas. Put this one on your bucket list.
East Texas Best
Course is in great shape to be this early in the year. They continue to redo the traps. When spring gets here, the course will really come around and playing Crown should be high on any avid golfer's bucket list.
Crown of East Texas
A hard winter did its damage, but the greens and fairways are coming around nicely; they are in very good condition. There are a few bare spots along the edges in the rough. A lot of trees have been cut, especially on #2, #7 and #9, to allow better sunlight to the greens and eliminate sparse grass spots. Crown Colony continues to be a "must play" in Texas.
Crown Jewel of East Texas
Tough but fair...rewarded for good shots and penalized for bad shots. Lots of water, sand and big trees. Some bare spots due to the hard winter, but coming around nicely. Continues to be a "must play" in Texas.