Our course boasts premium, state-of-the-art, playing conditions. BraeBurn’s golf features include two beautiful practice greens, double-ended sided driving range, and a new, enhanced short game practice area in 2014.

This traditional layout and one of the city’s oldest courses, established in 1926, places a premium on shot placement off the tees. There are opportunities for long hitters to cut off some yardage but not without risk of posting a big number. A true thinker’s course, originally designed by architect John Bredemus in 1926. In 1991, the course was redesigned by Carlton Gipson. Today the course’s dramatic elevation changes and rolling character – unexpected in a location so close in – have earned BraeBurn the distinction of being one of the few sites in Texas to be chosen to host both the US Open and US Amateur qualifying tournament in one year.

In addition to the excellence of our challenging course, both male and female members enjoy a wide variety of golf outings throughout the year. Ranging from the BraeBurn Club Championship to the Highland Swing, the Father/Child Tournament, and Junior Golf Camp, we promise to have something for everyone. As with every great golf club, BraeBurn’s overall looks is dominated by the beauty of its course. By design, the buildings are set at a distance from the front gate, allowing an unspoiled landscape uncommon in the midst of the city and one that you and your guests will enjoy, time and time again. In fact, the first time you make the drive in from the front gate, don’t be surprised if you feel a bit like you’ve been transported to the country, right here so close to the inner city!

Please see link below for a copy of our scorecard.


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