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Combining the natural beauty of the country, the close proximity to one of the nation’s top business centers, and a layout capable of hosting a major championship, Dallas National Golf Club offers it’s distinguished Members the ultimate golf experience.

Tom Fazio boasts fifteen course designs in Golf Digest’s Top 100, tying for the most among living architects, and has overseen renovations of perennial leaders Augusta National, Pine Valley, Oakmont, Winged Foot and Merion. Dallas National was created in similar mold. Fazio calls it “the best piece of land left in America close to a major city.”

Dallas National’s uniqueness and quest for excellence separate it from other high-end clubs. There are no distractions such as busy roadways or residential developments in this golf-only environment.

From the Texas tees, Dallas National can play as tough as any course, measuring 7,326 yards. However, Fazio was careful to ensure playability for Members. With five sets of tees, the course offers unique challenges to players of varying levels.

Ranked #1 in Texas by Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses (2007, 2009, 2011), #59 in U.S. in golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses (2007, 2009, 2011), #25 in Golf Week’s Top 100 Modern Courses (2010)

Course Opening
August 30, 2002

Mr. Tom Fazio

Course Features
7,300-plus yards; Crenshaw/L-93 Bentgrass greens; three large plateaus, with 160-foot elevation changes; eight bridges; 12 holes atop or on the edge of plateaus; holes 9-14 cut through limestone canyons; two streams running through the canyons; views of downtown Dallas, and Las Colinas.

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