Links At Land's End opened in 2000. The course was designed by Williams, Gill & Associates, Inc.
The course is a mix of links and parkland style holes. The rolling fairways are open on all holes except 6 through 14, which are tree-lined. 15 holes play through or near water. The greens are generally flat and fast, and average 4-5,000 square feet. The course plays from 5,068 to 6,664-yards and offers four sets of tees to challenge a variety of handicaps.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2015 at 8:17 PM
Absolutely wonderful golf course. There is a reason, this course has the name ....Lands End!! It really is out there, but once you drive up to the club house and set out, it really is worth the drive. Staff very friendly. ... well conditioned golf course and the rate for us - hard to beat: $29.xx G/F via Ideal Golfer. I believe the regular weekend rate was around $50 or so. Greens are elevated and pure, love the roll. Kinda windy that day, so the holes along the water had a significant challenge. Drove 2 + hrs from our residence in NW FTW, but it was a good day - no regrets. Definitely would return, but now waiting for cooler weather. They have a very good product @ LLE and the I commended the Course Supt for his efforts. I would highly recommend this golf course for play & replay!!
$36 (cart included), played on Monday, August 2014 at 10am
This outing was a birthday gift from my son. It was one of the most fun and relaxing rounds I've had in years. The condition of the course was outstanding. The lake view holes were spectacular. The greens were challenging but fair. I would highly recommend this course.
Guest (cart included), played on Thursday, June 2013 at 10am
I play the Links 3 days a year in a Ryder Cup format with several college friends. The rooms we stay in there are clean and kept cool and are perfect for our group. The course is always in good shape. It can be intimidating for a 20 handicapper such as myself because water is in play on several holes and there is always at least a 2 club wind coming off the lake. The greens on numbers 9 & 16 will get your attention in a hurry with that kind of wind. It's a true challenge, but it's a beautiful course.
$51 (cart included), played on Sunday, November 2010 at noon
This is a beautiful course. We played on a windy day which made it extremely difficult. The course is in excellent shape. It has the feel of a resort course. It is a little hard to find, and a pretty good distance from Dallas. Make sure you have very good directions before you head out. Once you find it, you will be glad you did.
(cart included), played on Sunday, August 2010 at noon
This course is on a peninsula of Lake Fork, a prime fishing lake in mid east Texas. Worth the drive. A little hard to find the first time, but certainly a gem, with enough water, woods and sand to make it a real challenge. Plays longer than the distances shown on the card, and weather makes a huge difference in the enjoyment factor. Our last round was in 107 degree heat, and we have played it in freezing weather, too. Pick a "normal" day to make this drive!
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