|Address:||2800 Diamond Oaks Dr, Garland, TX 75044, USA|
|Working:||6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM 6:30AM–7PM|
Wife and I bought a house in the surrounding neighborhood. walked in the clubhouse and was pretty impressed. Our main reason moving to this neighborhood was to take advantage of the TENNIS COURTS. we found out though there not gonna open up the courts even though it would be easy to get them going. Im a x tennis pro from Southern California. Maybe DUCK CREEK GOLF CLUB will open the tennis courts.
The course is in better shape than it use to be. Its a fun layout. I dont know whats happen lately with the fees. I use to walk and received a discount for doing so. Last time I was there, they said same price to walk as to ride and that they never discounted walked. Something changed, as I have walked there at least 5 -6 time and got a discount. Not any more. Id understand maybe on weekends.
Really disliked this course. Not well maintained. greens in great condition but the rough is miserable, 10% chance of finding your ball, doesnt help that the fairways are the narrowest of any course ive played. I lot of 90 degree dog leg turns and blind tee shots. I would not recommend. $19 round with a free beer, but must have lost 12+ balls throughout the round so i would call it a wash.
Great course and in really good condition for a public course. For the folks who dont like it because its tight or because the rough is too rough - go play in a cow pasture. Golf is about hitting the ball down the fairway. If you cant do that, maybe you need more time on the driving range.
They have let this course go. This used to be one of my favorite courses, but it is a shame to see what theyve let it become. Tons of weeds, greens are thick, and youll need a chiropractor after riding in the carts. Play at your own risk, but theres better courses for your money
I love it for the afternoon price and the player development program. The program is basically a $30/mo membership that gets you unlimited driving range time and $15 afternoon tee times. The range doesnt have the best grass but the course is really nice for the price
Large parking lot, driving range is acceptable. Course isnt challenging but great for beginners. Clubs can be rented upon request, and my dog was allowed to come along for my round so this is a course I return to again and again.
This course was awful in the 1990s. The last time I played it, it was overrun with Asian players, so plan for a long and painful round. Maybe Pecan Hollow would be a better choice.
Played this course when it use to be Oak Ridge. The course itself is in good shape but definitely could use some bushwacking and general TLC to give it a little better curb appeal.
The course has a nice design... That is all. The facilities look like the place is already out of business. Someone needs to take this place over and make it right.
Awful people. They have fun destroying others property and YOU are the guilt one for the damage that THEY cause on your property! Insane and abusive
Great course and great twilight rate. But you can find better course for the price if you are golfing before that time.
This course sucks and has never not sucked. Save your money and play elsewhere.
Maybe a bad time of the year but many of the greens were not in good shape.
Awful place. The players damage houses and they simply dont care
Course is very affordable and always in great condition.
Great value. Fun layout. Nice staff. A hidden gem.
well maintained. Golf carts are fun for ALL ages.
Great staff. Course drained well after the rain.
You cant beat 6 holes in one on your first try
The course was nice for a reasonable cost
well maintained natural beauty of Texas
Nice hidden course for the price.
Good layout. Needs maintenance.
Clean, quiet and helpfull staff
Great course , friendly stuff
Nice and relaxing course.
Very awesome and so wide.