Whether you’re a scratch golfer or just got into the game, Fort Worth’s golf courses will make you want to hit the links. The gently rolling hills of Fort Worth allow for exquisite courses built for every skill level by world-renowned golf course architects. 


Get a view of downtown or simply enjoy being outside with friends as you improve your swing and practice your putts on one of our beautiful courses. 


Rockwood Park Golf Course & First Tee 

2 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Opened for play in 1938 and designed by golf course architect John Bredemus, Rockwood is considered one of the top municipal courses in Texas. It is the home of the Ben Hogan Learning Center and The First Tee of Fort Worth, which offers local youth educational programs that build character and promote healthy habits through the game of golf. 




2 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

If you’re looking for some down time while you practice your skills, head to Top Golf near downtown Fort Worth. Rent a climate-controlled hitting bay and compete with fellow golfers while you enjoy drinks and food from the sports bar and restaurant.  



Hawks Creek Golf Club 

7 miles from downtown Fort Worth  

Located next to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, the former Carswell Golf Course was renovated in 2000 and reopened in 2002 as Hawks Creek Golf Club. Enjoy food and drinks from the clubhouse that looks straight out of the Scottish highlands. The combination of beautiful trees, natural water hazards, new bunkers and views of jets taking off from the base make Hawks Creek a unique golfing experience you won’t want to miss. 



Meadowbrook Golf Course 

7 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Meadowbrook Golf Course first opened in 1924 and has the most rolling terrain of the City’s golf courses. Built by architect John Bredemus, it offers golfers a classic layout with challenging shots and beauty on every hole. 



1611 Indoor Golf Club 

7 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Part golf club, part sports bar, 1611 Indoor Golf Club offers lessons and club fittings with food and beverage options from the full bar and craft kitchen. In rain or shine, you can rent a bay with your friends, host a private party or improve your swing with state-of-the-art technology. 



Golf Club at Fossil Creek 

8 miles from downtown Fort Worth  

The Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, luxurious clubhouse, world-class dining and upscale amenities make the Golf Club at Fossil Creek a remarkable place to play for beginner and experienced golfers. The championship golf course is set amongst the rolling hills of the city on the site of an old quarry. 



Leonard Golf Links 

11 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

If you’re looking to focus on the fundamentals and improve your swing, head to the Leonard Golf Links for a day of practice. The 52-acre stand-alone range, Bermuda grass putting greens and chipping greens with bunkers allow players to fine-tune their game against a quintessential Texas backdrop. 



Texas Golf Center 

11 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

An 18-hole golf course, lighted driving range, clubhouse amenities including a sports bar and Latin fusion restaurant, game room and fitness center round out this facility just a short drive from downtown. The facility offers a range of membership options and a golf school. 



Waterchase Golf Club 

11 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Located in the heart of DFW metroplex, Waterchase Golf Club is a beautiful option for golfers at every skill-level. The par-72 layout features tree-lined doglegs, split fairways and a cascading waterfall between the ninth and eighteenth greens. 



Iron Horse Golf Club 

12 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Given a 4-star rating from Golf Digest, Iron Horse Golf Course was designed by golf course architect Dick Phelps to blend seamlessly among the rolling terrain of North Richland Hills, just north of Fort Worth. Three authentic caboose cars serve as on-course facilities and fairways and greens traverse beneath a working railroad trestle. Though rated one of the toughest golf courses in Texas by Fort Worth Business Press, multiple tees on each hole allow golfers of all ages and abilities to play this stunning course. 



Pecan Valley Golf Course 

12 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

The Clear Fork of the Trinity River separates the two 18-hole courses of Pecan Valley. The “River” course is longer and considered one of the top municipal courses in Texas. The “Hill” course’s back nine holes were designed by architect Dave Bennet and added in 1982. After your round, enjoy a meal on the covered patio. 



Whitestone Golf Club 

13 miles south of downtown Fort Worth 

First opened in 2000, Whitestone Golf Club is located on 150 acres of rolling land, and the unique golf course was built by nationally known architects Jeff Brauer and Jay Morrish. A pro shop, practice facilities and Whitestone Grille offer golfers everything they need to join their Hole-in-One club. 



Texas Star Golf Course 

17 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

Named one of the Top Ten Texas Munis by Golf Vacations Magazine, the Texas Star Golf Course is part of the 321-acre Texas Star Sports Centre complex in Euless, TX. It is connected to a Conference Center with space for events of all sizes and Raven’s Grille, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 



The Golf Club at Champions Circle 

22 miles from downtown Fort Worth 

In the shadow of Texas Motor Speedway, the Jay Morrish designed golf course accentuates the area’s natural creeks, towering oaks and dramatic hillsides. The club also features a driving range, full practice facilities, golf shop and the Smokin’ Oak Bar and Grill for a post-round drink and meal. 



PGA Golf Tournaments 


Charles Schwab Challenge 

Also known as the Colonial National Invitation, the tournament is played every May in Fort Worth at Colonial Country Club, a private country club on the banks of the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The inaugural event took place in 1946 and is one of only five tournaments given “invitational” status by the PGA. Get tickets. 



AT&T Byron Nelson 

Played at various courses in the DFW area, the AT&T Byron Nelson is currently hosted by TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney. As host of the tournament, Byron Nelson, a native of Fort Worth, frequently made appearances during the event before his death in 2006. Held every year in May, the tournament is a leading fundraiser for charity on the PGA Tour. Get tickets.