Originally built in 1914, Texarkana was a nine-hole course sitting on 105 acres, but the club hired Langford and Moreau in the ‘20s to build a completely new layout. In the 1950s, the course went under a renovation that removed many of the course’s cross and greenside bunkers. This changed how the course played and removed many of its classic design elements. Ron Prichard was hired at the turn of the century to restore Langford and Moreau’s classic ideas. He brought back many hazards, bunkers and returned the Golden Age feel to the golf course. The course’s quiet elevation changes, subtle contours, lakes and creeks, on the front and back respectively, make the course incredibly fun yet challenging.
Best in State: Ranked first, 1987. Ranked fourth, 2023-'24. Ranked inside the top 5, 1977, 1981-'95, 2015-'18. Ranked sixth, 2013-'14. Ranked seventh, 2011-'12, 2019-'20. Ranked inside the top 10, 1997-2003.
2023-'24 ranking: 4th.