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7170 Anthem Dr
Frisco, TX  75036-0665
United States
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Golf Club at Frisco Lakes Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,100 yards

Bermuda grass

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Golf Club at Frisco Lakes Golf Course

The 18-hole "Golf Club at Frisco Lakes" course at the The Golf Club At Frisco Lakes facility in Frisco, Texas features 7,100 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Gary Stephenson, the Golf Club at Frisco Lakes golf course opened in 2008. SeKwang Jang manages the course as the General Manager.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed April 19, 2010

I have played here twice and I really like this course. some of the earlier reviews gave negative remarks due to the fact that the course was so new. I can understand that. But, it is turning into a real nice place to play. The three finishing holes are some of the best around. #16 is a short par 4 with a drivable green but you have to carry a lot of water off the tee to get there.

The greens have a good bit of grain to them so be firm on all your 3-4 footers. The clubhouse is new and nicely done. Food is decent. I will definitely be going back to play again.

Reviewed August 07, 2009

nice course...course was in great shape outside of the greens(still a relatively new course). great layout and some really nice challenging holes mixed in with some scoring holes.

Reviewed July 30, 2009

The course was in great shape and the front nine reminds me of a course in Virginia’s hill country. It has several awesome holes and a great value especially if you have the Player’s Club membership. I can’t wait for the clubhouse to be completed. Great value and loads of fun to play. The marshalls and the manager Andy were very friendly and professional to our group.

Reviewed February 16, 2009

It seems the employees (not the older gentlemen, but the younger guys at the club house)are not very service oriented. Actually kind of rude. The course is great, layout it awesome, greens are challenging but they don't know how to put the hole in proper places. There were a few holes on 40 degree angles or 5 feet from the fringe. Hopefully the personnel will get friendlier and more customer service oriented.

Reviewed January 04, 2009

Played this course for the first time on 1/3/09.Liked it very much & will play it again. But, the price was way to overbearing.There are alot of courses in the area that are worth more than the $69 price that was charged.( They did offer a free shirt or a free sleeve of balls. What no balloons?)I don't know about you guys but, a hot dog and a beer are good for me at the turn.( NOT YET !! )

Reviewed November 02, 2008

Reviewed August 14, 2008

After 4:00 p.m., it's hard to beat $20 green fee - you can't get that price at most parched munis. Greens and fairways are well watered for such a hot dry summer. 9, 16, 17, and 18 are outstanding in their use of the water and bunkers to make your knees shake. They need some help keeping the water jugs full and keeping a beverage cart out, but a great addition to the local gold choices.

Reviewed August 06, 2008

Course is in very good condition...the infrastructure is not complete, ie, club house is currently in a temporary trailer, but the course more than makes up for the lack of amenities. A great bargain for the special rates. I would give this course a four star thumbs up and recommend it to anyone. Yes, you do start on hole two until the permanent club house is finished...not a problem! For a semi-public course, I would say that it rates at the top in the Dallas/Frisco/Plano area...

Reviewed August 02, 2008

The proshop is not easy to find. The cart girl told me she was the only one. The $30 Twilight rate is a good deal. Very nice course. No GPS info available yet. No one at the pro shop bothered to tell me that you start at hole #2 despite my mentioning that it was my first trip here during the check in. My cart ran out of juice, but a marshal who came by just at the right moment was gracious enough to let me switch cart with him.

Reviewed July 23, 2008

This is a great course. It's new - so no clubhouse yet. As far as golf goes - it's incredible. The course has lots of character - great Par 5's, a Par 3 island green, and a great finishing hole. The course was in great shape with some very fast greens. Afternoon twilight rate was $20 after 4pm. Highly recommended.

Reviewed July 10, 2008

Fun course to play, looks like a courses in the Hill Country. Greens are great! Last 3 holes are great finishing holes if the wind is blowing. Did not see the cart girl all day and did'nt mind, I was there to play golf.

Reviewed June 05, 2008

I have played this course several times. It is a new course that just opened and needs to mature (obviously). I like the lay-out as there are risk/reward holes and it has a little character. If you go to the golf course for the cart service or club house, your going to the wrong place. Being new (course) it is very well maintained and the greens are very nice to putt on. The houses don't come into play for most golfer (beginners as well) and it's a good course for all levels. It does start on hole two because the club house is not yet in place and I didn't find it a problem as the number of the hole didn't matter. I still played 18 holes and enjoyed the course. I'll return and hope to watch it grow and mature as the years go by.

Reviewed May 26, 2008

Just played today 5/26. Not worth $50 at all. The only golf course where you start at #2 and they don't tell you at club house. Fairways are like hitting off clay. Way to hard to hit a wedge. Saw cartgirl twice in 18 holes. Better courses around for same amount of money.

Reviewed May 18, 2008

Just played this today -- 5/18. If you didn't know it's geared towards a retirement community. You start the course on hole #2. The front nine is pretty flat and open. If you are a good golfer you can play a lot better courses in the area for $65. I would stay away and play Trails of Frisco or Tribute. Not worth going back. As my friend said, "its a goat ranch". Houses line the course all the way on the back nine. The cart girl came by on hole #1 (which is actually 18). Didn't see her all day long. Not a great experience at all.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Curt C. N/A 49 49 05/13/08
2 Lil T. N/A 63 63 06/01/12
3 Charles S. 29 96 67 05/31/10
4 Kazu T. 11 80 69 07/19/09
5 Mike W. 12 82 70 06/04/09
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About The Golf Club At Frisco Lakes, Golf Club at Frisco Lakes

The Golf Club At Frisco Lakes

Community facility

40 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

SeKwang Jang, General Manager
Jeff Garza, Superintendent
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