WaterChase is a great choice for anyone with above average skills needing to be challenged on a very well maintained course--or for players with lots of patience and some extra golf balls. The beautiful 328 Bermuda fairways and Champion Bermuda greens are almost always in top condition, making for a scenic day. As the name suggests, there are lots of holes with significant carry over water or lined with water.
The course plays 7304 yards from the champion black tees and is a par 72 with five par threes, five par fives and eight par fours. The fairways are heavily lined with trees and dense vegetation, making you feel like you are more out of town than you are; I have even seen coyotes crossing the paths a few times. When the wind is blowing hard, this course has a couple of really tough holes with large carries over water when played from the back tees. We have played WaterChase about ten different times and found outstanding conditions every time. With the very convenient location, we can get there in just 20 minutes from anywhere in the area. The current tournament record stands at 65, shot by Michael Conner and Joey Gullion in the July 2001 Texas state open, and the course record is a 64 by Adam Babb on May 19 2003 and Nathan Robinett on November 25 2003.
Green and cart fees run $49.00 on weekdays and $59.00 dollars on weekends. This course would be a tough one to walk, so you will want to consider a cart and they are required during peak hours. And make sure to check your yardages as many holes are deceiving. You can look on golfq.com for the discount coupons they offer for WaterChase. The staff at WaterChase is always friendly and helpful to your needs and they offer a somewhat small limited food and drink menu in the club house. The location is convenient to western Dallas County, the Mid-Cities and Fort Worth just off of I-30 about five miles East of Downtown Fort Worth.