The older of the two courses is The Whitworth Course. The Whitworth Course opened in 1984. The Whitworth Course was designed by Arthur Hills. The Hogan Course opened in 1995. The course was designed by Joe Lee and Ben Hogan.
The Whitworth Course's front nine is highlighted by its narrow, tree-lined fairways, while its back nine is more wide open. Water hazards (lakes and creeks) come into play on seven holes. The Whitworth Club is a par-72 challenge that stretches to 6,942 yards.
The Hogan Course features a links-style, front nine and a traditional back nine. The fairways on the front nine are lined by some houses, but mainly thick natural grasses, while the back nine fairways are tree lined. Water hazards (lakes and creeks) come into play on approximately six holes. The Hogan Course at Trophy Club places the same demands on a playerâ€™s accuracy and intellect that Mr. Hogan placed on himself. The Hogan Course is a par-72 challenge that stretches to 6,953 yards.
The terrain on both courses varies from rolling to hilly, so you can expect uneven lies.
$26 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2012 at 10am
Played TC Hogan Course as guest - rate of $27.xx. Wonderful course - from tee box to green and all points in between. Not sure if I can play again as this is a Country Club / private; members only. But if given the chance - IN A HEART BEAT! Only draw back for me was the houses on the golf course. This is a private community; therefore I understand the development..........I will say again GREAT GREENS. If you get the chance, Play this Course. Found absolutely NOTHING WRONG with the layout and upkeep of this GC.
Member (cart not included), played on Wednesday, October 2009 at 10am
Traps are below average.
Member (cart not included), played on Wednesday, November 2008 at 4pm
great variety of holes. Par 3s are tough from the back tees
Guest (cart included), played on Monday, June 2008 at 8am
Played in scramble. - Challenging course but playable. Greens a bit under the weather but consistent.
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