Opened in 1983, Thorntree Golf Club was designed by Richard Mai. For years, this course was the qualifying site for the Texas State Open.
Rated as one of the most challenging courses in the DFW area, you’d best have your A-game if you want to score well here.
Having played this course, its classic design reminds me of Colonial, just down the road. The fairways are narrow and guarded by ancient oak trees. The greens are small and stature and can be difficult to hit.
The layout is straightforward and doesn’t leave you guessing. It just demands that you execute quality shots.
One of my favorites.