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8718 Amen Cor
Flower Mound, TX  75022-6498
United States
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Tour 18 Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,033 yards | 138 slope

74.3 rating | Bermuda grass

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Tour 18 Golf Course

The 18-hole "Tour 18" course at the Tour 18 Dallas facility in Flower Mound, Texas features 7,033 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 138 on Bermuda grass. Designed by David Edsall, the Tour 18 golf course opened in 1995. Dan Haag manages the course as the General Manager.


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Reviewed April 04, 2018

The greens were very disappointing ... worst I have seen in many years

Reviewed July 06, 2012

Wow, did they change ownership!? maybe a new greens keeper? What happened to this gem?
Lets see, where to start, the greens were just punched 10 days ago but man in a word just terrible.
The greens had to been running a 4-5 on the stimp meter, in comparison a regular muni course runs faster.
The bunkers were even worse, some had standing water in them, notably #6 & 14.
Played it in March and again in May, didn't seem as bad as now. save your money and time.
on this day, I shot even par 72. From the blue... No 3 putts :)

Reviewed September 05, 2011

I played the course on one of the hottest days of the year, 8/26/11. Consequently my three partners and I had little or no company on the course. We had a great time together. Unfortunately, I have nothing good to report about the course itself. It appears as a shell of it's former self. Drought conditions aside, it was poorly maintained. They had aerated and top-soiled the greens a few days before, but provided no info about this, either on the website or in the pro shop. The inside staff offered no discount to us and little or no welcome other than to take our money. I have played many of these theme courses prior and like the connection to golf's storied past, so the detailed inscriptions on each hole provided a needed respite from the poor conditions. This course in NOT worth playing, and certainly not worth the money. For $60 in the middle oef the summer, one should expect a well-maintained course and positive reception; we received neither.

Reviewed May 16, 2011

Course layout is excellent and the replicas of famous holes come close to original. Everything about the course is fantastic except the greens. The contour of the greens if great but the condition is worse than you would find in a muni course. This would be the best course in the DFW area if they could find a way to fix the greens.

Reviewed February 23, 2011

I'm fairly new to the golf game and for the most part, I have played on municipal courses or relatively inexpensive courses. With that being said, I recently got the opportunity to play @ Tour 18 for the twilight rate $45.

In my mind, the course is totally worth the twilight amount. However if I was paying the usual rate of up to $95, it might be a differnt story (but i wouldn't pay that much anyway).

The concept of the course is fantastic. I loved being able to play replicas of some very famous golf holes across the world. When I was at the tee off area of hole # 9, it really felt as if I could be playing in a PGA tournament.

The scenary (which I put high emphasis on) was great. The course is full of $1 million + homes, which are nice to look at. The course has some nice hills. Teeing off on an elevated hole # 1 for example, it overlooks much of the course. There are nice wooded areas so you don't feel like you're playing on a suburban course.

I loved the staff. The cart girls were definitely something to take notice of and they actually seemed to enjoy their job. They took a couple of minutes to talk to my group each time. It wasn't like they just asked what we wanted and left. The marshall on hole # 1 actually took about 5 minutes to tell us how the greens were playing and how to play certain holes.

Now to the course itself. It seemed difficult to me but not to the point where I wanted to throw my club in the water. They have several holes with wide open fairways. Some of the holes like a couple of the par 3's require you to hit perfectly but overall I found the difficulty to be enjoyable rather than frustrating. Quality wise, alot of the complaints about this course have to do with maintainence. I didn't really notice the greens being in bad shape or the fairways being torn up. In fact, on a couple of the holes I even commented about how green the fairways were (we played in February).

Amenities wise, this is your standard course. Nice clubhouse, decent driving range (range balls provided for free btw)

In conclusion, I loved this course. Yes I am a newbie to the golf game but take it from me, if you get the chance to play there for the twilight rate, take advantage. For the regular rate, I guess it depends on how badly $95 hurts your pocketbook.

Reviewed November 08, 2009

Reviewed March 21, 2009

March 14, 2009. Maintenance was great and staff was even better. Take it for what it is, a replice course, and enjoy the day. The fairways and sandbunkers were in great shape. Very satisfied and will be back with our foursome.

Reviewed February 22, 2009

I think the reviews are a bit harsh. The course itself is a great design, very challenging. Maintenance could be better. Green speed is very inconsistent. Some bunkers were in great shape, some were horrible. I would be pissed if I had paid the regular $95 greens fee (we paid $35 for twilight). We played on a very windy day, NOT a good idea. No problems at all with the staff. The cart girl was incredibly cute. Marshals were friendly. About a $35 value. There are many other options in DFW if you're willing to pony up $95.

Reviewed December 30, 2008

Players beware...A totally mismanaged and poorly maintained facility. I paid $89 to play it, greens varied tremendously on speed, consistency and condition. Multiple greens even had a 3-4 foot patches where the mower cut unevenly leaving the greens with a fringe consistency in the center of the putting surface. When I spoke with the staff, they said and I quote, "It must have been wet when we cut today." No, I am sorry; No service recovery- nothing. For the price, it is a rip off. I have worked in the golf business, golf maintenance and hospitality business my whole career and have frequented innumberable courses and shops. This course is by far the worst managed and maintained of any I have ever been to. Play somewhere else... Grapevine Muni, Buffalo Creek, Texas Star, and Waterchase are far better courses at a lower price. They will actually thank you for your business as opposed to being put off by any feedback, even from credible sources. A freaking joke.

PS- I even waited a month to post as I was so mad at the situation. I will never be back, regardless of the cost.

Reviewed October 13, 2008

Another golf course in Dallas that continues to deteriorate under the management/ownership of Lee Golf. Way too much deferred maintainence. Extremely poor value.

Reviewed September 11, 2008

The course has a nice layout and I love the concept (even if a little hokey). The two main problems with the course are (1) pitiful maintenance of the course and (2) slow play--plan on a five hour round. There are much better golf values in the DFW area.

Reviewed May 28, 2008

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Reviewed February 01, 2008

Played once, desent shape when I played.

Reviewed January 23, 2008

Needs maintence work on fairway bunkers and some tee boxes (par 3s). Great course layout- playing some of the best 18 in N.A. Amen corner could use some more foliage between 16, 17 and 17, 18. Great to play if you've never played before and a very courteous clubhouse staff.

Reviewed October 04, 2007

Not a great course. Ok to play once. Maintenance is not good. Do not hit out of the fairway bunkers, baseball sized rocks abound.

Reviewed June 30, 2007


I have played this course twice, I rate the maintenance Zero and their won't be a 3rd time

Reviewed June 16, 2007

Reviewed December 23, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Greg M. 24 93 69 03/05/08
2 Gary S. 18 89 71 08/21/08
3 heath A. N/A 71 71 01/21/10
4 Michael B. 17 89 72 10/28/09
5 Jeff K. 27 99 72 08/12/13
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
36 Vincent C. N/A 80 80 08/21/16

Golf Course Information

About Tour 18 Dallas

Tour 18 Dallas

Community facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Tour 18 Dallas

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Tournaments of Tour 18 Dallas

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Course Staff

Dan Haag, General Manager
Doug Wortman, Director of Golf
Scott Sadowski, Superintendent

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