Texas Rangers Golf Club, previously named Chester W. Ditto or C.W. Ditto Golf Course is a Public 18 hole golf course located in North Arlington, Texas, just 15 minutes from the DFW airport and near the heart of Arlington's Entertainment District, featuring the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, and Six Flags.
The course was designed by Ken Killian and Dick Nugent and first opened for play in 1982. The course completed a $24 million dollar renovation and was reopened in February 2019. With the reopening came rebranding and the course is now named Texas Rangers Golf Club. The golf architect handling the project was Arlington, Texas native John Colligan.
The course has been lengthened from 6,727 to 7,010-yards and the course has a new routing. With a course rating of 73.7 and a slope rating of 132, this par-72 course is challenging.
$26 (cart not included), played on Saturday, January 2014 at 2pm
Like this course as it is fairly challenging and well-priced.
$21 (cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2012 at noon
One of the least expensive of the Arlington city courses. Condition of greens tend to be rather slower than most. Decent practice course.
$21 (cart included), played on Wednesday, June 2010 at 4pm
course is in good shape, good price and not crowded
$21 (cart not included), played on Sunday, May 2008 at 8am
Layout of Ditto is unfair on several holes - you can hit the fairway, but the crown of the fairway can move your ball into the weeds on either the right or the left of the fairway.
$26 (cart included), played on Friday, March 2008 at noon
The greens are in bad shape. They have been in bad shape for a number of months. They seem to be dead from killing or something going on since last year. Some greens have a lot of places where grass is completly missing (bald patches). Not much better today. Probably will wait for awhile before I play again. When course is in top shape, it can be a reasonable course.
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