The Ridge Golf Course – Euless, TX | A Private Golf Experience: A blog about the Ridge Golf Course in Euless.
Welcome to the new website of The Ridge Golf Course in Euless, TX. We are a private club and welcome members. If you would like more information on membership, please feel free to contact us at 817-684-6621.
The Ridge is a premier private golf course community located right in the heart of Northeast Tarrant County. Being conveniently located close to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and just minutes from the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium, The Ridge provides easy access to entertainment, shopping, restaurants, and all that North Texas has to offer.
Whether your interests are golfing or relaxing in the pool with friends and family, membership at The Ridge will allow you to experience it firsthand. Our beautifully designed 18-hole championship golf course was created by golf architect Jeff Brauer and is considered one of the best courses in the DFW Metroplex. It’s always kept in immaculate shape by our experienced team of groundskeepers. After an afternoon of golfing with friends or business partners, it’s easy to relax on our patio or at our outdoor bar while enjoying a delicious meal from
The Ridge Golf Course is a private golf experience located in Euless, TX.
The Ridge was designed by renowned golf course architect Dick Phelps. The course has bent grass greens and bermuda grass fairways. The golf course opened in 1990 and has been ranked as high as the
The Ridge Golf Course is the crown jewel of the City of Euless. This 18 hole championship course provides a private golf experience that is open to the public.
The Ridge Golf Course has a long history in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex as one of the premier golf experiences available. The tradition continues today with one of North Texas’ most challenging layouts, top notch greens and a breathtaking backdrop that includes an aviation theme.
The Ridge Golf Course hosted PGA Tour’s San Antonio Texas Open in 1963, 1964 and 1965. In recent years, The Ridge has hosted many local, regional and national championships including; NTPGA Professional Championships, NTPGA Jr. Championships, AJGA Boys and Girls Championships, USGA U.S. Amateur Qualifier and more!
In our effort to provide an unparalleled golf experience we invite you to play The Ridge Golf Course!
The Ridge Golf Course Blog is the best way to get all of the latest news and information about your favorite course. You will find reviews of all of our golf events, as well as some advice on how to improve your golfing style. We are proud to be an active part of the Euless community and we work hard to provide you with a quality experience every time you visit.
We are a private golf club that seeks to create an exceptional experience for our members and their guests. One of our greatest assets is our ability to host private events for members, including weddings, corporate outings, barbecues and more! Our staff is extremely friendly and helpful, so if you have any questions about membership or other services we offer please do not hesitate to contact us today!
Ridge Golf Club is a golf course in Euless, Texas. It’s located at Ridge Golf Course. The club has a 9-hole, par 72 course, and a driving range.
The public is welcome to play the course, and play is accessible to the handicapped. A pro shop is open seven days a week, and offers rental clubs. Individual and group lessons are available from their PGA professionals.
The Ridge Golf Course was designed by noted architect Perry Maxwell, who designed many other well-known courses around Texas. It opened in 1969, and has been voted “Best of Dallas” by D Magazine for three years running (2003-2005). The course is not easy to find – it’s located on the north side of Hwy 183, just east of Harwood Rd.
Last month a hacker accessed the main database of the Ridge Golf Course in Euless, TX. The hacker was able to access the names of all members and guests who had played at the course since its opening in 1997. The hacker is demanding that the course raise the greens fees by 50% or risk having the information released.
The owners of the course are reluctant to comply with the demands and fear that their business may be ruined if this information is made public. The owners asked for advice from their trusted friend and adviser, Chris M.
Chris’ first piece of advice was to inform all members and guests that they had been hacked immediately to ease any worries they may have about their personal information being compromised.
Chris then went on to advise them to contact local authorities and seek help in tracking down and prosecuting the hackers. They also contacted several marketing firms in order to devise a public relations strategy for when news broke about the hack as well as an advertising campaign aimed at obtaining new members once word got out about what happened.
After careful consideration, it was decided that raising greens fees would not be necessary as there were enough non-members who would pay higher prices if given enough exposure through media outlets like television commercials or print advertisements such as newspaper ads, magazine spreads etc…
I know, I know. It’s been a while. Our last update was all the way back in October! We’ve had a lot going on lately – both good and bad – so I’ll try to keep this short and sweet and fill you in on a few things we’ve been up to.
The bad news is that we’re still in the middle of rebuilding the greens. According to our contractor, work should be complete by the end of March or early April (weather permitting). The good news is that they are making great progress, and they should be able to get started on some of the other projects as soon as they finish the greens. The other projects include:
1) New cart paths that will connect all nine holes. As you may already know, there is not currently a path connecting holes 1 through 9, which means golfers have to drive their carts back along the road to get from one side of the course to the other. The new paths will run between holes 2, 4, 6 and 8 (see picture below).
2) A new irrigation system for the front nine holes. The irrigation system for our back nine has been in place for several years now, but we haven’t had a system for our front nine holes until now.