Spotlight: Tour 18 Dallas includes America’s most famous hole in a round
For about five months from the fall of 2020 to April 2021, it seems that we will not see Augusta once, but twice. Of course, watching the Masters on TV is exciting, but the chances of any one of us actually entering the stadium and the hole at the Amen corner are slim.
enter Tour 18 DallasIt is one of the two Tour 18 concepts in Texas (the other is Tour 18 Houston) and has the most famous holes in the country from Augusta National Park to Pine Valley Collection of replicas.
If you like to watch golf matches on the grandest stage, you will have the opportunity to play on some of the most famous holes in the world. The first nine holes of Tour 18 were culminated with a three-shot on an island-shaped green replicated by sawtooth, and the last nine holes were surrounded in a thrilling manner with three holes that constitute Augusta’s “Amen Point”.
You may never be able to participate in other replica holes in private clubs, including Pine Valley, Riviera and Oakmont.
If you are a Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan For golfers who have not participated in the Dallas 18th Tour for a while, the course has just reopened after a green event this fall. They are now completely new and as good as the professional golfers experience every week.
“The green has been greatly improved. A solid course, an interesting look, the best,” a golf consultant commentator wrote in October 2020.
Tour 18 Dallas is located in Flower Mound, just north of Fort Worth, next to I-35 W. The facilities are constructed to tourist-grade quality, with large clubhouses with changing rooms, bars and restaurants, overlooking the green replica of Sawgrass Island. There is also a complete practice facility and practice range.