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7005 Golf Club Dr
Arlington, TX  76001-2815
United States
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Tierra Verde Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,975 yards

Bermuda grass

Tierra Verde Golf Course

The 18-hole "Tierra Verde" course at the Tierra Verde Golf Club facility in Arlington, Texas features 6,975 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Graham & Panks International, the Tierra Verde golf course opened in 1998. Greg Durante manages the course as the Golf Programs Manager.

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Reviewed June 08, 2013

Reviewed November 01, 2011

Simply outstanding in every respect. The course lies in a nature preserve and on almost all holes it is not possible to see any other holes, immersing the golfer in the experience. You seem to have the course to yourself. Bunker sand is soft and fluffy, easy to escape. Greens have very subtle hard-to-read breaks and fairway bunkers are exactly in the right place to snag any shot not right down the middle. Get a yardage booklet before starting out because there are many hidden hazards out there. One of the most enjoyable golf experiences I've had - don't miss it!

Reviewed September 01, 2011

Well maintained and challenging course. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Great value!

Reviewed November 01, 2010

Tierra Verde is a very nice course in Arlington and as the other reviewers indicated bring plenty of balls because it is a challenging course. The greens feel like carpet and the balls rolls great on them. My only complaint is there aer no Marshalls on the course in order to monitor play. For example, two guys drove back to us searching for a club so went back to last hole. We were hitting our 2nd shot but they returned to the fairway to continue play rather than joining their buddies on the next hole. I suggest that golfers use the for discounts because we paid $35 on a Sunday after 2pm.

Reviewed June 30, 2009

Most recently played in May 2009. Tierra Verde is one of the nicest public courses in the Dallas area. The scenery is picturesque, the atmosphere quiet and serene, and the course is always in good shape. Do your scoring on the front! Low handicappers will enjoy the challenge; high handicappers should bring plenty of extra balls and patience. Biggest complaint is the pricing.

Reviewed March 02, 2009

Reviewed June 03, 2008

Reviewed April 13, 2008

I live in Dallas and I've played this course 4 times. It is always in good shape (fairways and greens). I read the Texas Outside review saying the front nine was not good. I think it is fair and I really like the #2 Par 5.

The back nine is challening and there are a few holes where you need to smack your drive in order to par on the par 4 holes. The play is always pretty fast and it's never overly crowded like some Dallas courses.

It's worth the 35-45 minute drive on the weekend. I would say it's comparable to Waterchase as far as course and value. It's rated in the Top 10 public courses in the DMN.

Reviewed October 31, 2007

I've been playing since 8 years old and now 50. Ive played courses all over the country and in Europe. The Tierra Verde Course has always been one of my favorite Texas course. The club house and grill are nothing to brag about. But then, those are there for the wives, drinkers and only to provide refreshments for the avid golfer. The Pro Shop is small and does not have an over stock of over priced clubs. It is small as well. You can find your favorite golf balls and you will pay club house prices. The difference in the Shop are the people. To a man/woman they all have been friendly, nice, seem happy to be there and do listen carefully when you ask about the course, clubs etc. As a regular player you should know that this type of Pro Shop is rare. The carts are electric, new, clean and have two bottles of sand. If you are use to taking a divot you will need both. The starter checks you in and gives you advice as to the pin placement for the day and seems to know most of the regulars by their names. A good memory I understand the membership is well near a 1000 players and their families. The course is semi-open. Your first hole is a short par 4. Rolling hills and a 240-260yd shot will place you center up and 100 to the hole. The fareways are plush compared to any muni or CClub in the area. You will not get a "Muni Roll" but, you will do well if you can play that 8-10 degree off the T with a high drive. The GREENS! The Greens are on the small side for a Q School Qualifier Type Course. But, they are smoooooooth! They are 10+ FAST and so very TRUE! Mornings the dew May,......May slow them down 1-2. But, after three holes the Dew is gone and they are FAST. There are plenty of Tee placements for all types of Golfers. There are plenty of yardage markers placed all over the course. You just have to look for an indention in the course and there it is. The course is challenging for all levels. Ive played with scratch players and those that never will break 100. So, if your a single or a twosome there are plenty of people there that can take your shirt or drive you nuts asking for pointers. The OB's are usually Trees, Mesquite type, marked as habit areas for wildlife and all clearly marked either to stay out period, or, come on in and find all the top rated balls you can find. Seems the high handicappers do not want to be seen rough diving so there are Pro Vs galore all through the right hand slice areas. Im telling the truth, I now slice on occassion and my drive now seems to be the exact right distance along with the other hackers. So, wandering into the allowed areas I found 22 balls. 18 were top rated keepers. I am still wondering who would pay that green fee and chose to play with Rock Flights? Who ever is playing with "Rock Flights" why dont you try a better ball? At least you will know its your out to in swing causing the slice and not because you hate to possibly lose a 5 dollar golf ball. And who knows? You may slow your swing down enough to bring it back and through on the same line and plane and hit it forward for a change. You would be surprised how many times I have seen Grand Pa with his 200 down the middle drives and shots beat the pants off 310 and 30 yards in the rough players. Anyway, this course will always be a favorite to me. I was carrying a scratch handicap myself for 6 years when I was hit by a semi truck driven by a fleeing felon and nearly killed. Now due to my non operable back injuries, knee, shoulder etc. my game is in the 80s at best. Maybe on Verde I'll break 80 again. But, Verde was the first course on the first day that I tried to come back and hit a golf ball after the accident. Ive had many sub par rounds, 5 holes in one, and Ive played as a shark to earn date money in college. I think that I have played on most of the desired courses in the country and world including the Mecca of Golf with my Dad and Brother. But, that first round back at Tierra Verde. I shot over 200 no doubt. 1/4 swing, hurt like you wont understand, next day at the docs getting C shots all over, was the best dang round of golf I have ever played.

Reviewed October 08, 2007

great course, verey serene, would love to play evryday

Reviewed August 06, 2007


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 George S. 11 43 32 05/25/11
2 Phil N. 24 91 67 02/11/08
3 Jesse A. 15 84 69 04/14/08
4 John M. 6 76 70 06/10/14
5 max L. 17 87 70 05/04/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
22 Robert T. 28 104 76 03/01/17
4 John M. 6 76 70 06/10/14
24 lil B. N/A 77 77 07/05/13
35 Cliff T. 12 92 80 06/06/13
35 Cliff T. 12 95 83 03/14/13

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About Tierra Verde

Tierra Verde Golf Club

Golf Only facility

60 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Greg Durante, Golf Programs Manager
Chad Williams, Head Golf Professional
Mark Claburn, Superintendent
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