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Golf Course Review Hawks Creek Golf Club Ft. Worth Texas

Hawks Creek Golf Club

Golf Course Review Hawks Creek Golf Club Ft. Worth Texas

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Reviewed by: livegolf, Dallas, TX
From what I had read Hawks Creek seems to get listed as one of the more upscale public options in Fort Worth. That turned out to be my experience – although I actually think it is a municipal!

I found a discounted time for $43 on a weekend morning and couldn’t resist booking it! Normally, the green fees go for somewhere around $60 so it was a nice savings. If you want to splurge (an extra $20) then you can get one of those electric golf boards instead of a cart.

The Review

Golf Playing Conditions 9.00 IMMACULATE
Golf Playing Conditions 9.00 IMMACULATE

While Hawks Creek has a modern feel to it, thanks to a renovation by John Colligan in 2002, the course actually has military ties and dates back prior to Colligan’s work. From what I could find Hawks Creek was previously called Carswell Air Force Base Golf Course. That means you might get to see some some fighter planes taking off and flying around!

The main feature at Hawks Creek is the creek that cuts through the property, and at times it creates some spacing issues. I played the blue tees (71.8/133/6515) and the creek holes are going to be what makes the course a bit tougher. The greens are also fairly demanding!

I thought the best part about Hawks Creek was the maintenance, which was top-notch! The fairways had the ball sitting up and the greens were smooth and quick. The bunkers were beautiful and seem to be some of the best that you’ll find at a public course around these parts.


The above average conditioning and chance to see some fighter jets make it worth a play if you haven’t been out here!

Editor’s Note:  Looks like we need photos of the facility and golf course.  Click HERE.  Be the first to submit!