East Course at Oak Tree Country Club Ratings & Reviews
about 2 months ago
We played Oak Tree as members of an allied Club Corp course. The day we played it was 109 degrees and luckily the humidity was 15% and the wind was blowing. There are two courses, East and West and they intertwine one another so it gets a bit confusing when hole markers are not in a place you can easily find them or are not there period, which was the case on one remote hole. We played the West course though part of it is west of the main street that bisects the courses. The course was in good shape and the bent grass greens were in good shape though are mowed higher than we are accustomed so they were slower. The personnel were fine though we never found the starter so we went off by ourselves. There is on course food and beverage cart service and that was welcome since on the West Course there is no turn at the Clubhouse. There are on course restroom stops. The locker rooms are quite large and well appointed.
There is significant confusion when trying to locate the course. We had reservations at the West Course and we located Oak Tree National which is west of the Oak Tree Country Club. Be advised that this course is not affiliated with Oak Tree Country Club AND we were told that it is MEN ONLY. Cannot believe that that still exists, other than Preston Trail in Dallas. Oak Tree West Course is East of this course.
about 2 months ago
Played the West Family course at Oak Tree today. The grounds crew do a very good job, course was in good shape.
9 months ago
This golf course was designed by Pete Dye. I helped build this course. I never got to see it in the green. It really looks great and happy to see it still exist. This was back in 73-74. The folks I met while there were very nice. I believe this course was named 100 Oaks at one time. Enjoy it.