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2901 Clubhouse Dr
Pearland, TX  77584-4841
United States
P: (713) 436-9999
F: (713) 436-1388
www.southwyckgc.com
Southwyck Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,914 yards | 127 slope

73.2 rating | Bermuda grass


Southwyck Golf Course


The 18-hole "Southwyck" course at the Southwyck Golf Club facility in Pearland, Texas features 6,914 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.2 and it has a slope rating of 127 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Kenneth M. Kavanaugh, ASGCA, the Southwyck golf course opened in 1988. CBIGG Management LLC manages this facility, with Jennifer Spoor as the General Manager.

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Southwyck Golf Club
Pearland, TX
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Southwyck Golf Club
Pearland, TX
18 Hole Time Cart Included
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Southwyck Golf Club
Pearland, TX
18 Hole Time Cart Included
3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars
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$22.00 / player
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

We golfed at Southwyck Saturday, 6/23/12. One of the carts ran out of juice before the second tee box. There was not a beverage cart operating, the water jugs were empty and there were two back to back groups of 5 golfing in front of us. It took 5 hours and 45 minutes to complete.

I play this course often and like the fast greens, layout and condition. Unfortunately, the management of this course has been horrible since the change in ownership several years ago. I have tolerated the service challenges because I like the course but there are too many other golf choices at a comparable price that value the business. We will not be back and will not be participating in any tournaments there this year (SGS, Meals on Wheels, etc...)

Reviewed September 08, 2011

First time to play in this course. Bought online special with at 6.56am to be first to tee off so that we can enjoy a game without trailing slow players . The starter instead allowed a group of retirees to highjack the first tee time and we were relegated to the second tee time slot. The starter looked into our eyes and said that all the players in the first group were regulars and very fast players.
During play it became a pathetic sight to see the front players struggling to hit the balls from the front red tees and trudging along on the greens as if they were zombies. It became a painfully long and piteous wait at each hole for all 4 to hole out .It was at least a wait of 20 minutes for each hole to be played. Our 2 other fellow players finally broke ranks and moved a hole ahead of them.

THE LAST STRAW CAME WHEN FOR NO REASON AT ALL, AND WE NEVER INDICATED OR SHOWED ANY IMPATIENCE,one of these players turned towards us and in an aggressive manner shouted out to us not to hit a ball when they are in range. We were taken aback. We have played golf for over 20 years in golf courses all over the world and we are familiar with the rules of golf. We did not infringe any rules or golf etiquette. We are well aware of not hitting a ball when the front players were still within range. This was an act of uncalled for ugliness to intimidate .
We called it a day and with 5 more holes to play we quitted.

There is a conspiracy it seems to bully newcomers to the course . So, this will be the first and only time we will play there and this has left us with a bad taste. We took our business to Wildcat golf course since then.

Reviewed May 27, 2011

Great overall value, but the "2011 Texas Drought" has really hit all the area courses hard. Just off the fairway there are soil cracks 1.5" wide --- enough to lose a ball. You can tell from the fairway and green conditions they are watering aggressively, as they were both in good shape. It looked like they were in the midst of a moderate landscaping upgrade in different areas along the course. For $25-40 you can play a round, get a free lunch, and play was very quick. I will be back, and hopefully the drought will let us before summer gets here.

Reviewed December 21, 2009

Reviewed July 19, 2009

Reviewed July 07, 2009

nice course overall.
i would most likely play there again

Reviewed January 13, 2009

If you want tp play a links course, this is the place. Best value for your money if you can survive Pearland traffic. Great place to sit and have some drinks and the course is a true links course. AWESOME!

Reviewed July 26, 2008

This is the worst managed golf course I've played in 20 years. I just played 9 holes in almost 3 hours. (We quit after 9, but paid for 18, no refund offered) No marshal, no water on the course to drink and no drink cart. The "range" balls cost $8 for the smallest bucket and you had to hit from a mat, with no rubber tees for the driver. Overall it was the worst golfing experience in many years. Management did not offer any sort of compensation, but made plenty of excuses. We will never return.

Reviewed May 17, 2008

Good course for the money, well maintained.

Reviewed May 16, 2008

I played Southwyck over spring break and paid around $25 for 18 with a cart. That wasn't all. I believe Monday through Thursday, they also include a lunch buffet with your round. I played Wednesday and there was prime rib with mashed potatoes and beans. The food was pretty solid along witht he course. If there is a better deal in the greater Houston area or Texas for that matter, I'd like to hear about it because I doubt it exists. A traditional links style course with water on quite a few holes. Greens weren't difficult to read and the pace of play was decent. Is an Arnold Palmer managed course. I'll be returning soon to Southwyck...

Reviewed March 06, 2008

This is a great course for the money!

Reviewed October 19, 2007

Traps and Fairways need work. Lots of water damage.

Reviewed July 25, 2006

Reviewed June 27, 2006

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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Christopher A. 23 88 65 05/21/08
2 Ricco M. 14 80 66 05/23/10
3 Remigio F. 12 78 66 06/08/13
4 michael R. 33 101 68 01/19/11
5 Sean N. 18 87 69 02/28/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
65 Johnnie Charles W. N/A 85 85 04/25/14
14 Louis A. 21 91 70 07/25/13
14 Louis A. 21 99 78 06/22/13
70 Bernard D. N/A 94 94 06/18/13
27 doug D. 18 92 74 06/15/13

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About Southwyck

Southwyck Golf Club

Community facility

Managed by CBIGG Management LLC

50 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Southwyck

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Course Staff

Jennifer Spoor, General Manager
Mary Peter-Wolf, LPGA, Golf Professional
Mark Hutton, Superintendent
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