The Golf Club at Champions CircleGolf Club at Champions Circle

Golf Club at Champions Circle
15801 Championship Pkwy
Fort Worth, Texas 76177
Tarrant County

Phone(s): (817) 463-4070
Fax: (817) 490-9984
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The Golf Club at Champions Circle has earned a reputation for its extreme difficulty, with one story stating that the designer himself, Greg Norman, rolled into town one day for a round and had trouble breaking par, even running out of balls in the process.

Creeks literally dominate the layout, which rolls through the hills on the north side of Fort Worth near Texas Motor Speedway. Elevation changes are subtle but effective, and the fairways are lined by 4-inch-thick rough and loads of oak trees, as well as the occasional outcropping.

The par-4 17th is one of the most interesting holes. With creeks lining both sides and crossing the fairway twice on this 317-yard hole, you’ll need to place the tee shot perfectly. The hole bends left and tempts the big hitter, especially from the forward tees

Golf Club at Champions Circle
2.5 stars out of 5 (based on 2 reviews)
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Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Greg Norman, Jay Morrish
  • Public/Private: Public/Resort
  • Year opened: 2000
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways:
  • Greens: Bermuda Grass


  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code: Collared golf shirts & proper Bermuda length shorts/slacks required. Denim/blue jeans are allowed but must be heamed. No halter-tops, bathing suits, sweat pants.
  • Credit cards accepted:

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Black 72 7027 143 73.7
Blue 72 6496 131 71
White 72 5841 125 68.4
Red (W) 72 5143 120 70.7

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Golf Club at Champions Circle
    1.5 stars out of 5
    by Bill Brott
    on August 04th, 2015 11:06
    Mark my words, the course itself is in the best condition it's been in years, but that's pretty much where the good news stops. Along with a boost in course conditions has come a boost in attitude. I have been a loyal customer of this establishment for the past three years. Anyone who knows anything about this course knows that the past few years have been extremely hard on this course. At one point during the recent drought their sprinkler
    system was just about ready to buy the farm but I and the loyal few soldiered on.

    During the summers I played twice a week, and usually went back to pay cart fee for a second round. That equals four rounds a week, and at 12 weeks that's 48 rounds of golf. Mark you I'm no big hitter, but I was treated well for my loyalty, and always greeted with a smile. Amazing what short term success can do to a place.

    With the rains and floods several courses here have closed for the season, or at least a good portion of it. Champions Circle has received a windfall, as a large chunk of the competition is temporarily gone. The overbooking has been relentless, and 5-6 hour rounds. Are now the norm. I don't begrudge them that, as I was one of the loyalists praying for a turnaround.

    Sadly, there are still no Marshals to move things along, but they have a very new and extremely snarky starter. The dude Is such a jackass that even if you say things such as "I'm sorry" or "iIt won't happen again." he continues chewing butts and refuses to back off. I realize starting players off on an overbooked course is stressful, but show some professionalism please. Today was my last day to ever deal with that mean old S.O.B. and I am back on the hunt for another course that appreciates loyal customers who love to play at the same track week after week.

    I certainly hope the next slump doesn't take them out, as I wish no ill will upon anyone, but it seems to me that yet another course has their short term revenue glasses on. The rest of the he local courses should be back with a vengeance next year. The long term guys like me and my ilk, and all the friends I have brought there are gone. See you Champions....wish you well..but you ll have to do it without my friends and I as well as God knows how many others a starter with anger management issues can chase off.
  • Golf Club at Champions Circle
    3.5 stars out of 5
    by Stan Rokusek
    on July 25th, 2014 08:37
    I live close to the course,have played it in all seasons and days of the week. They seem to be short staffed on weekends and overbooked tee times. I have enjoyed playing the course, especially the scenic back nine. The bunkers currently are hard, impacted sand, holding water or dried out moss. They need to be improved immensely. The greens are very good, roll is accurate. Fairways are moist and soft. The staff has always been friendly, accommodating. The range area is typical for a course, no seating, no shade and a long walk from the clubhouse. Range balls are fair, but don't expect clean balls on the weekend.I recommend playing Monday thru Thursday.
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