Golf




In April 2008 Wichita Falls Country Club golf course closed for extensive course enhancement and renovations by Weibring-Wolfard Golf Design.  On December 6th 2008 Wichita Falls Country Club golf course re-opened to its members.

The Weibring-Wolfard world-class portfolio features two highly acclaimed Tournament Players Courses - sites of two PGA TOUR events - as well as many of the best private and public golf courses being built today.  Using classic design principles, D.A. Weibring and his partner Steve Wolfard build challenging courses that focus on exceptional playability and sound economics. Golfers and owners around the world have praised Weibring-Wolfard courses for their challenging layouts and creative options.

"We wanted to create a constant, unified theme throughout the course.  People will be able to enjoy a new Wichita Falls C.C. with all the enjoyment from the past along with a new detailed, enhanced look," said D. A. Weibring.  "Dedicated teamwork of the design team, contractors, Head PGA Professional Brent Wattigny and his wife Vicki, Superintendent Nathan Neuman, and outstanding member commitment provided the right balance of budget as well as improved experience."

Mature trees were utilized to impart the feel of a venerable course, while at the same time, delivering a modern approach to the design by adding length and altering targets to adhere to all skill levels.  The irrigation system and landscaping were improved to add to overall course enrichment.  Square tee boxes, detailed bunkers, improved green contours chipping areas created a clean, traditional look throughout the course.  Lakes were redesigned to create a signature look from the clubhouse on closing holes.

Head PGA Professional Brent Wattingny said, "D.A. and Steve came in and touched every tee, fairway, and green to create a consistent, traditional look throughout the course. While having a deep appreciation of the history of WFCC, they were able to create a course where each hole now flows smoothly into the next."

Most recently, Weibring-Wolfard completed the redesign of the TPC Las Colinas course, the site of the PGA Tour's EDS Byron Nelson Championship. In 2000, the company completed the design and development of the TPC at Deere Run Golf Course, site of the PGA Tour's Johns Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinios.  Collectively, Weibring-Wolfard has worked on more than 100 golf course projects worldwide. Weibring-Wolfard Golf Design is a division of Golf Resources, Inc.

Current Course Conditions


Carts: 90 Degree Rule
Native Areas: Roped off areas please keep carts out of.
These areas are played as lateral hazards.

Contact the Golf Shop with questions at
940-767-1486 or 940-767-1481, ext. 21.