Where can you find three golf courses
challenging for you, fun for your son
and kind to your mother?
Allen, Texas. You will also find some of the best golf instructors in the world!
The Courses at Watters Creek Plane Truth Instructor, Chris O'Connell, coaches Matt Kuchar to victory at The Memorial.
TCWC Instructor and young star Matt Weibring shoots 9 under in his first competitive round since suffering Bell's palsy two months ago and has qualified for the U.S. Open at Merion.
TCWC instructor Jason Schultz recently qualified for the HP Byron Nelson
Learn more about the great team of instructors
standing by to improve your game at The Courses at Watters Creek - a City of Allen property.
This is Chris O'Connell (Top 100 Instructors with student Matt Weibring who is about to play in the U.S. Open at Merion CC...
Just when you thought the course couldn't get any better.
Golf carts allowed on fairways beginning June 1!
FUTURE'S (SHORT) COURSE CLOSED EFFECTIVE MAY 13TH, 2013 FOR APPROXIMATELY 8 WEEKS.
"The Courses at Watters Creek made some great changes and they really did it right. The greens were perfect, especially for this time of year."
-Brent Davis, Allen, TX
For more info or to book your tee time, please call: 214-509-GOLF (4653)
"The greens and redesign are great! Pace of play was great! Enjoyed the round thoroughly."
-Bryon Hardin, McKinney, TX
You will love The Courses at Watters Creek!
I just played The Courses at Waters Creek and I have to commend you on your work.
Everything about the re-design was great!
All of the good aspects of the original course were preserved and improved and all of the problems with the course (a lot) were changed for the better.
I love what you did with the old #1 (now #12). Thank you for getting rid of that terrible sloping green... Plus the change to a par 4 allows the next hole to become a great par five.
Reversing the direction of the old # 10 (now #10 & #11) was brilliant. I can't tell you how many balls I saw crash into those houses on the right. You virtually took the houses out of play on those two holes. Nice!
The 3 or 4 finishing holes are now very strong whereas before they were just quirky and unfair.
Even though the old # 13 (now #5) is probably the most difficult hole on the course, I am glad you kept it pretty well unchanged. I always liked it just the way it was. It is nice to be challenged on that hole since some of the other holes no longer require quite as much precision.