Editor's Note: Course closed for business in 2012.
Z Boaz has two separate lives–the pre-World War II layout, designed by John Bredemus, that was shut down for the war, and the post-war Ralph Plummer design that has been a staple for Fort Worth hacks for ages.
Byron Nelson helped promote the opening of the course in a 1950 exhibition match, back when green fees were under $1. Unlike most Plummer designs, this one is short, playing barely 6,000 yards from the tips and featuring several drive-able par 4s. No. 9 is the feature hole, playing 547 yards and doglegging left with a pond guarding the bend.
Getting there : From I-30 west, take the Green Oaks Rd exit and turn left. The entrance is off Lackland Rd
|Golf Season||Year round|
|Metal Spikes Allowed||No|
|Driving Range Available|
|Rental Carts Available||Yes|
|Rental Clubs Available||Yes|
|Tee Times Welcomed||No|
|Price Range Weekdays||$22 - $28|
|Price Range Weekends||$22 - $32|
|Credit Cards Accepted||VISA, MasterCard Welcomed|
|Red (W)||70||4782 yd.||107||68|
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