Course Overview – TPC Craig Ranch Course

May 1, 2024
Posted by Megan Doherty

Next up on the PGA Tour is The CJ Cup Byron Nelson Tournament.

Here’s an overview of what you need to know about the TPC Craig Ranch Course

This 71-par course was designed by former pro, Tom Weiskopf in 2004. It features sweeping Bentgrass greens frequently intersected by Rowlett Creek and its steep and rocky banks. While the course has previously been ruled one of the easiest on the PGA tour, it is among the top five hardest in Texas. 

The course has ten par 4s in total. There are five on the front nine and another five on the back nine. The front nine presents an excellent opportunity for some birdies, with the most challenging hole being #16 on the back nine. That said, don’t fret if you are an amateur golfer looking to play the greens. The course offers five sets of tees to meet every level of player.


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