How much is a round of golf at Tour 18?

How much is a round of golf at Tour 18?


Monday – Thursday before 1:00 p.m. $74
Monday – Thursday after 1:00 p.m. $59
Friday – Sunday & Holidays before 1:00 p.m. $99
Friday – Sunday & Holidays after 1:00 p.m. $69
Club Rental – Titleist & Callaway (please reserve with tee time) $50

How many acres is Tour 18 golf course?

Based on a report from the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America, an 18-hole golf facility, which includes bodies of water, hard structures and out-of-play areas, averages about 150 to 200 acres.

When did Tour 18 Houston Open?

Course Information Opened in November of 1992, Tour 18 in Houston was the first club of its kind where 18 simulation holes were brought together as one and themed America’s Greatest 18 Holes™.

Is there a golf course that replicates famous holes?

HUMBLE, Texas — Tour 18 Houston, located just north of the city, delivers a unique course that samples some of the most famous holes in golf. Designs from across the U.S. come together to create a golf course that’s just more than 6,700 yards from the longest set of tees.

How much does it cost to build a par 3 hole?

$30,000 to $50,000 a hole is wide range, but gives some idea of a possible cost.

Are there two courses at Augusta?

Four public courses — Tour 18 Houston (holes 5-7), Tour 18 Dallas (holes 16-18), World Tour Golf Links (holes 4-6 on the Championship nine) and the Renditions Golf Club in Maryland (holes 6-8) — all have their own three-hole versions of Amen Corner — a par 4, par 3, par 5 sequence similar to holes 11-13 at Augusta …

What golf course is like Augusta National?

There are certainly private courses that have warranted comparisons to the Augusta National Golf Club over the years: Sage Valley, Muirfield Village, Peachtree, Bluejack National, etc. There are also replicas of Augusta’s most famous holes scattered throughout the world of public golf.

What is the toughest hole at Augusta National?

So, what is the toughest of the holes on the golf course? Statistically speaking, the 10th hole has played as the hardest hole in Masters history. The 495 yard par-4 has an average score of 4.3 throughout the tournaments over the years.