Formerly known as the Blackjack Course at Chase Oaks, The Traditions is the redesigned championship course at what is now known as The Courses at Watters Creek. Located just north of Dallas in the city of Plano, the course weaves its way through woodlands of red oak, cedar elm and pecan trees. Originally built in 1991 and designed by Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin, the course was redone by D.A. Weibring and Steve Wolford in 2012. The routing was reversed of the old Chase Oaks course and many of the holes have a new, cleaner look with less underbrush and redesigned greens. , Some of the old favorites, however, have been preserved, like the par-4 sixth, which features a creek that winds in front of the green. It has long been the signature hole because of its beauty and challenge. Some of the holes have as many as seven sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels. Practice facilities at The Courses at Watters Creek are also top shelf and include The Futures Course, a six-hole walking short course that's lighted. In addition to the main course and Futures, Watters Creek also offers a par-30, nine-hole course called the The Players Course. All three courses were designed by Weibring/Wolford.