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I'm planning on traveling to Dallas from Austin in late July. I'm planning on leaving Austin early on a friday morning and playing as many courses as possible until sunday late afternoon. I'm also planning o camping the two nights there. Any help with courses not to miss and where to camp would be appreciated. Hopeing to play aboiut three courses a day.

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Not to bogart your thread but I have the same question... I am in town DFW Thur and Friday next week.
So far I think Lester Lorch, Z Boaz are the two must play courses. Based on internet research, still hoping for local input.
Starting due north and going acroos clockwise:

McKinney: the new Towne Lake course and the existing Alex Clark course just west of it.
Rockwall: Myers Park
Garland: Audubon - iffy, they just got done with some work, and put some holes back in. Course gets raves from out-of-towners, though,
Mesquite: Paschall Park
Irving: Fritz Park - only 9 holes, but you won't find a finer one in the state, and there are alternate tees. Also one of the oldest courses in the state.
Cedar Hill - Lorch Park - Beaver and Coyote
Arlington - Veterans Park - also one of the oldest courses in TX.
Ft Worth - Z Boaz - only played it once and I live here, but go ahead and play it.
Ft. Worth - Gateway Park - brand new and kinda rough, but challenging.
North Richland Hills - North Park - a newer course, but pretty hard to navigate without a map.
Grapevine - Bear Creek
Lewisville - Lewisville Lake Park

That ought to keep you out of trouble.

Sorry I can't help about the camping, but Cedar Hill State Park has camping.
play zboaz in the morning if possible, super busy in the afternoon! zboaz is a must. lester lorch is also a must, 36 holes. veterans park is good, and the sun morn mini is the biggest mini around that i kno of. bicentennial park in crowley is good and getting better( play the reds, super tough). minis every day, and twice a day on weekends in the area. send a text to 817 996 8808 with any questions- goose
also, check my clubs. all are mostly on the west side of dfw, but you can get any questions answered and prolly find some peeps to show you around

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