With tall bluegrass and fescue framing its beautiful fairways, The Trophy Club is a links-like layout that's a true championship test from the back tees, but enjoyable for all levels of golfers. The 7,317-yard, par-72 layout, which was designed by Pete Dye protege Tim Liddy, has wide bentgrass fairways and large USGA-spec bentgrass greens. Built over 247 acres, the course features plenty of natural beauty, such as Prairie Creek, which meanders through the rolling terrain. Rated nearly five stars on GolfPass, there are four sets of tees, which start at 5,050 yards. Trees separate the property from the surrounding farmland, and there are a few trees that do come into play throughout the interior of the course as well. There are also plenty of strategic bunkers. The course features a great variety of holes, like the no. 1 handicap hole, the 469-yard par-4 sixth that's not only long but features large bunkers down most of the right side. The uphill par-5 11th features a split fairway. And the 17th is a 220-yard par 3 with a green surrounded by deep bunkers. Practice facilities at The Trophy Club include a full driving range, short-game area and putting green. There's also a golf academy for anyone looking for instruction. Inside the clubhouse is an expansive golf shop with the latest in apparel, accessories and equipment. And the Hogan Bar and Grill, which is open to golfers and public, includes a 100-seat pavilion room available for outings and special events.