Eagle Rock is a challenging course of 18 championship holes, including over three acres of greens featuring oversized Champion dwarf bermuda grass. Five water hazards and a practice green add to your skill development.
Total yards are 6702 from the Blue Tees, 6125 from the White, 5264 from the Gold, and 4538 from the Red.
Over 4 and 1/2 miles of cart paths transverse the 183-acre terrain features undulating hills, a wide and spacious environment, varied species of trees and shrubs, and a rushing creek.
Golfers comment on the beauty of the site, especially noting the seasonal changes. Bluebonnets paint the course each spring and area brides select the hills of the course upon which to take wedding photographs.
The many trees glow with yellows and oranges, welcoming fall and the crispness of the air.
Summer winds tantalize golfers who are attempting to hit true and straight.
The course is open in winter and the many cold days of Texas weather invite the hardiest of athletes to complete 18.
For a detailed description of each hole, click on the layout.
To view scorecard, click here.
Some of the ponds:
Main Pond and Pumphouse - adjacent to #1 fairway
A tighter view of half of pond by #1 fairway
Eagle Rock boasts many ponds.
Another pond view
New pond by the clubhouse - filling up after rainstorm
pond shots to come, including the pond by #10 fairway and the pond that
separates #18 fairway from the #18 green; Also we will include shots of
Grove Creek in the near future.
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