Oct 30, 2016

Golf Course Review: Heritage Ranch Golf Club - Texas

Our last stop on the 2016 Dallas Invitational was at Heritage Ranch Golf Club in Fairview, Texas. Most guys would be heading home after this and some would be packing up there clubs for the season. So it was only fitting to have a great weather day followed by a perfect day of golf at Heritage Ranch Golf Club. A beautiful bookend to our buddies golf trip.


The course was immaculate from tee to green. Rolling hills typical of most Texas golf courses made some shots more daunting.
The nice variety of trees at Heritage Ranch makes the layout more challenging. Including this beautiful oak tree which sits before the green on #17. Definitely makes you think out your approach to the green.
Heritage Ranch has some great risk/reward par 4s. Take driver and hope for a nice Texas roll or play it safe with hybrid and wedge. Here's #15 always fun to have a hole like this on a golf course they tend to be the most intriguing for the average golfer.
Hole #1 a beautiful drive from Richard. No nerves here, I think Richard like this drive.


Nice wide fairways makes for generous landing areas especially on hole #8 a nice 534 yds. par 5. The Bermuda grass rough at Heritage Ranch was kept to a nice length, not too penalizing.


Water comes into play on some holes at Heritage Ranch. Definitely intimidating especially on your second shot on the 2nd hole the 383 yd. par 4.


A long tough par 3 #4 can be daunting. I flubbed my hybrid but managed to get up and down for par.


This is the 12th hole, you see on the right hand side when you drive into Heritage Ranch. Another beautiful par 3.
The weather was perfect for the 2016 Dallas Invitational including our sunny round at Heritage Ranch.
The boys had a great day at Heritage Ranch and the talk had already started on plans for the 2nd Annual Dallas Invitational. With its variety of holes, challenging yet fair layout. Heritage Ranch is going to be a heavy favorite for a replay for next year. The course was in great shape and you can tell the people that work there take pride in the course, as they should.
Heritage Ranch on a Sunday cost us $69USD with a $20 voucher to spend anywhere on the golf course. A great value for a fun challenging Texas golf experience.


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