In November of last year, renovations began on the Iron Horse Golf Course in North Richland Hills, TX. 10 months and 3 million dollars later, the renovations are completed and the course is set to reopen Friday, September 18th. The renovations done to The Iron Horse Golf Course, which was overseen by established golf architect Jeff Brauer, included:
-Widening playing corridors throughout the course
-New irrigation on 12 of the 18 holes
-Updating the 13th and 14th holes
-New Better Billy Bunkers throughout
-A new set for forward tees that play at 4,300 yards
The Golf Wire recently published an article that included this from Brauer:
“The primary focus of this project was to correct the fact there was either too little or too much water on the course,” said Brauer, who designed the acclaimed Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine, Texas, another Arcis Golf property. “The irrigation and drainage issues have now been corrected.
“The City of North Richland Hills, Arcis Golf, and Fleetwood Services all were great to work with,” Brauer continued. “Everybody did their part to make this renovation a huge success and focused on enhancing the overall golf experience. The city was very smart to make the investment and fix what needed to be addressed. It is money spent wisely and serves as the prototype for how most public course renovations should be carried out.”
Jeffrey D. Brauer/GolfScapes, Inc.
3809 Canton Jade Way
Arlington, TX 76005