Formerly known as Redstone Golf Club, the Golf Club of Houston hosted the PGA Tour’s Shell Houston Open from 2002 through 2018 until the tournament moved to the municipal Memorial Park. The 7,425-yard layout, just minutes away from downtown, was designed by Rees Jones and David Toms and features multi-tiered green complexes and a number of water hazards.
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100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES
“Former host of the Houston Open -- has some good holes, but a number are flanked by ponds and the longer holes get repetitive by the end."Read More
“Very overrated course that was in terrible condition."Read More
“Public course that is not always in the best of condition. They keep the greens very sticky and slow until after the PGA event is over. If you can play it in the 30 days after the PGA event and before the overseeded fairways and greens start to die off in the summer, it is a really fun place to play."Read More
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