Four Seasons, Cottonwood Valley Golf Course opened in 1982. The course was designed by Jay Morrish and Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Updated in 2006, the 18-hole, par 71 Cottonwood Valley Golf course measures 7,120 yards. The course features rebuilt bentgrass greens, tee boxes and strategically placed bunkers. Featuring the rolling hills of Las Colinas with water in play on nine holes, the course partly runs through a beautiful residential community. The signature hole's green was designed by the course's original golf architect, Robert Trent Jones Jr., in the shape of Texas with a bunker in the shape of Oklahoma and a lake resembling the Gulf of Mexico.
Member (cart included), played on Saturday, December 2010 at 10am
Updated 2 years ago, the course is in fantastic shape. No winter overseeding for the last 2 years has improved the fairways. Greens are heavily punched in January which makes year-round conditions excellent.
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