Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center
About Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention CenterThe Gaylord Texan Resort & Conference Center is a large resort near Dallas-Fort Worth in Grapevine, Texas. It does not have its own golf course but is located next door to Cowboys Golf Club, an upscale daily-fee golf course in the DFW Metroplex. Guests also have access to the Marriott Champions Circle Golf Club. The resort is operated by Marriott International and has nearly 500,000 square feet of meeting space and over 1,800 guest rooms and suites. It is an entertainment hub with live shows and multiple bars and restaurants. It is just a six-minute drive from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Golf courses at Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center
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The actual 5 championship trophies. Photo submitted by Mikecholewa on 09/13/2019
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We started at 4:00 pm. The discount is great but couldn’t finish 18 holes due to pace of play before it got dark. Not worth the cost if you can’t play all the holes.
A little disappointing
Looking forward to playing Cowboys, but extremely disappointed in experience.. Course was in ok condition for the most part. Most holes were fun to play, lots of elevation. But the pace of play was horrible,waiting on every shot. And I have never run into so many rude golfers. The group behind us cut in front of us when we stopped for food. Others drove right up on us when we were hitting and even hit into us. The round had numerous distractions. Ate at the restaurant after our round. Horrible service, food took forever and came out incorrect. Not worth the money.
Amazing course: terrible pace
Teed off at 5:00 and was hoping to get a full round in before sunset at 8:30. We finished the first 4 holes (absolutely gorgeous holes, 1-4) in an hour and a half. A HOLE HOUR AND A HALF FOR 4 HOLES. The people in front of us were hackers, and spending over 5 minutes looking for their balls. We tried to jump ahead by skipping a hole, and nothing but the same from the 4 some ahead of them. We waited 10+ minutes on every tee box. The hotdogs at the snack bar(free, which is nice) were absolutely amazing. So many picturesque holes with great bunkers and layout, just a shame that the pace was as bad or worse than a trash muni. If I paid more than 30 dollars, I’d be very upset. A Marshall did come out to ATTEMPT to speed things up but it didn’t work. We barely got through hole 15 and finished in the pitch dark.
Pricey but worth the splurge
As close to Country Club golf as you’ll get but public in this area. Price includes food and non alc bevs. Nice course and usually in good condition. It gets plenty of play however so there are worn bits here and there. I like to play it and enjoy the experience when I have time before and after the round to use the food benefit.
Decent course, friendly staff don’t ever need to play again
Course was ok. Greens were punched but were healing just fine. Fairways and bunkers were in good shape. Paid 80 bux total but coming from the east coast there are plenty more options for this price range that are more interesting. I’d describe the course as I high end muni. Complete with 5 somes, tee shirts(different groups) and balls flying all over the place. Had I paid rack rate (180) I would’ve been sorely disappointed. At 80- meh no biggie but don’t ever wanna go back.
Not the cowboys we’re used to seeing
We play this course pretty regularly. At this point in the year, I’m not sure why their fairways are so thin, the rough is almost dirt... and the greens were slow and bumpy. I would not play this course right now... almost all the public courses are in better shape. We all know this place knows how to present a great golf course...i would give them some time to get back to doing that... unless you think you can eat $179 worth of food :)
We’ve played this course regularly over the past 2 years... this is the worst shape I’ve seen it. At this point in the year, there isn’t much reason for the fairways to be this thin... the hills on the sides of the holes to almost be bare... and the fairways aren’t really that green. The greens were slow and bumpy. We know this course knows how to present a great course... so we’re going to give them some time to figure it out before we go back again.
I really enjoyed the course.
Was a very pleasant round of golf. Fairways are generous and greens roll well. Food and drinks are offered for free on course. Pace of play was good. Course was in good shape.
Wonderful twilight round of golf
The weather made our day with a wonderful & safety conscious staff & great attentive cart/kiosk hospitality! Thank you!
Beware booking discount tee times
I had an 11:20am tee time that I found for $99. With the quarantine, I can’t even tell you how excited I was to get out of the house and play some golf. Saturday morning a couple hours before tee time, I got a call that they were cancelling my tee time because I was playing as a single. Why does that matter? Does Jerry not own enough golf carts to accommodate singles playing? Ridiculous.
Great track, and worth the extra few bucks!
Course in great shape tee to green.
Very fast greens but receptive to approach shots with a lot of breaking putts. White sand in both fairway and green-side bunkers. Started right at tee time and pace of play was okay for weekend.. GPS carts we’re helpful. Cart girl on course with food/beverage station by hole 7. Will definitely play again.