Home to the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship

Two Outstanding Golf Courses. Endless Yards. Game changing lessons. An Unforgettable Golf Club Experience.

Ranked among America’s leading venues by golf professionals, TPC Four Seasons and Cottonwood Valley are part of our comprehensive, award-winning Dallas golf resort. Home to the Byron Nelson Championship, an annual PGA TOUR event that draws the top names in golf. TPC Four Seasons is an 18-hole, par 70 course measuring 7,166 yards from the championship tees. The 18-hole, par 71 Cottonwood Valley golf course measures 7,120 yards. Challenging play for both professional and recreational golfers.

DATE: Monday, december 18, 2017


TPC: OPEN
PIN LOCATION: 1
CART PATH RULE: Cart Path Only
FROST/FREEZE DELAY:  No

Drain Installation: Outside contractors will be installing a new drainline for the homes on 16. The process will start 12/11 and will be completed in 2-3 weeks if weather cooperates.

Debris Cleanup: The trees are beginning to defoliate and leaf cleanup is a high priority. We will actively be trying to keep the areas in immediate play free of debris daily.

Bunker Rake Placement Markers: Markers have been installed around the bunkers on No. 7 TPC as a test hole on the golf course. These blue markers signify the location the rakes should be returned to after raking the bunker. After a shot, a player should place their rake head in the bunker with the handle outside the bunker at the marker location. 

Cart Path Repairs:Cart path repair is ongoing as long as temperatures permit the pouring of concrete. Repairs will begin to slow down as we move into the winter when conditions are not ideal for concrete to properly set.


CWV: OPEN
PIN LOCATION: 1
CART PATH RULE: Cart Path Only
FROST/FREEZE DELAY:   No

Debris Cleanup: The trees are beginning to defoliate and leaf cleanup is a high priority. We will actively be trying to keep the areas in immediate play free of debris daily.

Canal Dredging: As many of you can see the dredging process is moving slower than anticipated. DCURD is having problems keeping the actual dredge operating for long periods of time. We're in constant communication with them and are hoping this process becomes much more efficient soon. We apologize for the prolonged inconvenience the dredge may be causing during play.

Bunker Rake Placement Markers: Markers have been installed around the bunkers on No. 7 Cottonwood as a test hole on the golf course. These blue markers signify the location the rakes should be returned to after raking the bunker. After a shot, a player should place their rake head in the bunker with the handle outside the bunker at the marker location. 

Cart Path Repairs: Cart path repair is ongoing as long as temperatures permit the pouring of concrete. Repairs will begin to slow down as we move into the winter when conditions are not ideal for concrete to properly set.