Looking to improve your game, perfect your swing, or even learn how to play golf? Look no further. These five golf courses are just minutes away from the beautiful homes at the Lakes of Bella Terra. So, call up your golf buddies, put your shoes on, and grab your bag and clubs. You’ll be ready to hit the greens.
The Pecan Grove Plantation Country Club, just sixteen minutes away offers three nine-hole golf courses, lighted tennis courts, and a swimming pool. This relaxed atmosphere has a warm and welcoming staff who are ready to help you in any way. The courses were designed by Carlton Gibson with a ‘traditional layout lined with magnificent pecan and oak trees” offering a beautiful backdrop to your game. Anyone from the novice to the experienced can come and enjoy the game of golf. Also available at the Pecan Grove Plantation Country Club is a full practice facility, a putting green, and golf professionals ready for private lessons.
Meadowbrook Farms Golf Club is another fabulous golf course just three miles away from the Lakes of Bella Terra. The golf course, designed by PGA Tour Champion Greg Norman is filled with challenging holes. Set between a “multitude of hardwood trees, creeks, lakes, and wetlands terrain,” this golf course forces even the experienced player to think creatively. Look for new clubs or other essential gear in the golf shop and be sure to take advantage of instruction from professionals.
The Golf Club at Cinco Ranch is just a quick ten minutes away from your home at the Lakes of Bella Terra. This 8,100-acre combines “spectacular golf, upscale amenities and friendly service.” Carlton Gibson designed the course at the Golf Club at Cinco Ranch. Combining the club’s natural surroundings with the beautiful fairways and pristine greens, the course changes in elevation making even the most experienced player work hard. Enjoy food and drinks before or after your tea time or take advantage of the golf instructors on hand to improve your game.
The Shadow Hawk Golf Club is just ten miles away from the Lakes of Bella Terra along TX-99 S. The course was recently designed by Rees Jones, also known as the “The Open Doctor.” The course offers a “very interesting three-hole finish” where the par is five and the stakes are high. The natural setting of the course offers golfers clear targets, “subtle challenges” and “artistic bunkering.”