Highlands Course at Dallas' Tenison Park Golf Club never looked this good
DALLAS -- Just 10 minutes from downtown Dallas, the redesigned Tenison Park Golf Club's Highlands Course is one of the Metroplex's favorite golf courses.
Considered the crown jewel of municipal golf in Dallas, the Highlands Course opened in 1924 and was renovated to near perfection in 2001 by D. A. Weibring and architect Steve Wolfard.
The result is a well-conditioned layout that traverses up and down hills, around five lakes, and over and around White Rock Creek. Mature trees line the fairways as golfers negotiate 32 bunkers on their way to the Highlands' well maintained TifEagle greens.
The golf course can play as long as 7,078 yards, but with four sets of tees, it suits almost anybody's game. The clubhouse has a well-stocked golf shop, offers rental clubs and food and beverage. Tenison Park also has excellent practice facilities and offers lessons from its staff of golf professionals.
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