History of The Lakes at Castle Hills
Learn more about the history of Dallas-Fort Worth’s premier private club.
OUR Mission Statement
Our mission is to establish a private club facility that creates a family environment and experience to instill a 'sense of belonging and privilege' and whose members are afforded the prospect of enjoying a uniquely distinctive quality of life that promotes participation and use of amenities with the highest level of service delivery.
The Lakes at Castle Hills strives to garner a reputation as a memorable and complete club experience and is committed to excellence and dedicated to establishing and fostering epic traditions while providing a superior facility for the benefit of its members and their guests.
The Lakes at Castle Hills was founded in 1999 as "The Golf Club at Castle Hills”. After closing for an extensive golf course renovation in May of 2011, the course reopened September 2011 as a semi-private facility and the club's name was changed to The Lakes at Castle Hills. The Lakes received enthusiastic reviews from our members, their guests and golf patrons, and the facility was awarded Renovation of the Year by Avid Golfer.
In May 2014 The Lakes at Castle Hills transitioned to a fully private, full-service country club featuring an 18-hole championship course, aquatic center with resort-style swimming pool, tennis center and a 4,300-square-foot fitness and wellness center. The course is complemented by stunning rolling terrain, hardwood trees, natural streams, large lakes and wetland areas creating a natural environment. Quickly becoming renowned for its premier course conditions, The Lakes is known as the "home for championship golf” in North Texas.
We have been host to many PGA, state and regional tournaments over the last few years, and our members also take great pride in their annual tournaments. The Gauntlet Gentlemen's Member-Member, The Queen’s Crown Ladies Invitational and The Quest for the Grail Gentlemen’s Member-Guest highlight the golf calendar.
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