Plano Golf Courses

King's Course at Gleneagles Country Club

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Dallas golfers who have sampled them all claim that Gleneagles offers two of the toughest courses in the area. This private 36-hole club opened in the 1980s with two Robert von Hagge/Bruce Devlin layouts known as the King’s and Queen’s.

5401 W Park Blvd
Plano, Texas 75093
Collin County
18 Holes | Private golf course | Par: 72 | 6826 yards | ... details »

Pecan Hollow Country Club

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One of the first courses in the growing 1970s Plano community, Pecan Hollow started out as the Plano Municipal Golf Course. Don January and Billy Martindale, who had recently completed their signature Royal Oaks in Dallas, contracted with the city to help provide golf for Plano’s growing population.

4901 E 14th St
Plano, Texas 75074
Collin County
18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 72 | 7026 yards | ... details »

Queen's Course at Gleneagles Country Club

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Ironically, the Queen’s Course is the more difficult of the two courses at Gleneagle Country Club because it lacks trees and is burdened by the wind. Bunkering is prominent on both courses, but is especially evident on the Queen’s, which has numerous grass bunkers as well as deep sand bunkers.

5401 W Park Blvd
Plano, Texas 75093
Collin County
18 Holes | Private golf course | Par: 71 | 6901 yards | ... details »