The Elkins Lake Golf Courses

The Hills

This 3,147 yard championship course was the original Elkins Lake front nine and was designed by Texas Golf Hall of Fame Member Ralph Plummer in 1971.  The course was renovated in 2005 by Jeffrey D. Blume. It features very challenging greens, and some of the best vistas in the community may be enjoyed from the dramatic changes in elevation (that's why we call it the Hills). Don't let the yardage fool you - this is no push-over.

The Lakes

This 3,493 yard championship course was also designed by Ralph Plummer and renovated by Jeffrey D. Blume. The renovation included a complete replacement of the greens that provide a variety of pin placement opportunities to challenge even the best golfers.  The final hole - the original 18th - requires a demanding approach shot over a cove of Elkins Lake.  "The Lake" has claimed a fair number of golf balls and makes for an unforgettable approach to the clubhouse. 

The Ravines

This 3,379 yard championship course was designed by Jeffrey D. Blume. The course design accents the steep, rolling terrain and the white sand, water and native ravines provide a real challenge for all skill levels. The generous number of tee boxes provide opportunities for enjoyable golfing for all members.