TPC at The Woodlands

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The Woodlands Country Club Tournament Course (previously TPC at The Woodlands)
Woodlands Tournament Golf Course.jpg
Club information
Coordinates 30°08′42″N 95°27′47″W / 30.145°N 95.463°W / 30.145; -95.463Coordinates: 30°08′42″N 95°27′47″W / 30.145°N 95.463°W / 30.145; -95.463
Location The Woodlands, Texas
Established 1978
Type private
Website www.thewoodlandscc.com/
Designed by Robert Von Hagge, Bruce Devlin, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer

The Woodlands Country Club is a private golf club in The Woodlands, Texas. The club comprises three courses, the Palmer Course, the Tournament Course and the Player Course.[1]

Player Course[edit]

The Player Course is an 18-hole golf course designed by Gary Player in 2002. 11 of the 18 holes have water on them. The course is equipped with a large practice facility, with a putting and separate chipping green. The course has a clubhouse, with a pro-shop and store. The Clubhouse also has a cafe. The course also has an indoor room for the golf performance center.[2]

Palmer Course[edit]

The Palmer Course was designed by Arnold Palmer, and opened in 1990. The course has 27 holes, each being called the King, General, and Deacon opened for play in 1995. The course has a large practice facility, with a putting and separate chipping facility.[3]

The Clubhouse[edit]

The club house is 33,000 sq. ft. building. The Clubhouse houses a grill, and library for members to have small meetings. There is a full-bar, and a small bar for the men below the main floor. There is a window-serve snack bar on the lower floor, along with the pro-shop.
There is a new building being built that will house another dining room, and other rooms which are with the status TBD.[citation needed]

TPC[edit]

From 1985 to 2004, the Tournament Course was known as the TPC at The Woodlands. The course has an 18-hole course, with a driving range, and putting green. The spectacular Members-only dining room offers a picturesque view of the No. 18 green and driving range, as well as opening to an outside desk that features a comfortable lounge area, table seating, a fireplace and a large flat screen TV. The main dining area boasts three large flat screens, a fireplace and a beautiful bar. Originally designed by Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin in 1978, it was the venue for the Houston Open on the PGA Tour on 18 occasions from 1984, and also played host to the LPGA Tour's Samsung World Championship in 2003. Winners at Woodlands include major winners Vijay Singh, Curtis Strange and David Duval. Every year the course houses the Insperity Invitational, a senior tournament. The event is broadcast on national television every year.[4]

ClubCorp[edit]

In 2015, ClubCorp fulfilled it's purchasing of The Woodlands Country Club.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-Woodlands-Country-Club.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-Woodlands-Country-Club/Golf/Player-Course.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-Woodlands-Country-Club/Golf/Palmer-Course.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-Woodlands-Country-Club/Our-Story/Insperity-Invitational2.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "ClubCorp". The Woodlands Country Club. 

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