Tierra Verde Golf Club at the Arlington Reserve City of Arlington, Texas

This beautiful municipal golf course is located in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, and was designed and built in conjunction with Audubon International. Gently rolling over 250 acres of wonderful terrain, this golf course only required 129,000 cubic yards of bulk earthworks, as the land was so well suited for a natural style course. Dramatic bunkering defines the course, and the native grasses highlight the green grass of the fairways. With no homes in site, this course is a great getaway from the busy trappings of the Dallas/Fort Worth pace of life. Tierra Verde opened to rave reviews in the Fall of 1998, and continues to become a favorite of many of the best golfers in Texas, and annually serves as a qualifier course for the PGA Tour, Byron Nelson Golf Tournament.

Tierra Verde also became the first golf course in Texas and the first municipal golf course in the United States to achieve the prestigious Audubon Signature Sanctuary Status.

The Tierra Verde Golf Club was designed and built during Gary Stephenson's tenure as Sr. Designer with GPI.

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