Tour 18 Golf CLub broke new ground when it opened in 1992 as a compilation of tributes to the greatest 18 holes in golf, giving golfers a chance, perhaps, to experience what it's like to play some of golf's most inonic courses. The experience includes some of golf's most exclusive clubs, such as Inverness, Oakmont and, of course, Augusta National Golf Club. Using aerial mapping and GPS, architect David D. Edsall -- who designed several other courses in the Houston area as well as Tour 18 Dallas -- took great care to map out the holes close to the originals, including topography and vegetation when possible. Tour 18 is probably known best for its re-creation of Augusta National Golf Club's Amen Corner -- holes 11 through 13. Because of the tall pines and a few azaleas as well, the Augusta holes definitely have that Masters feel, including the 12th (no. 6 at Tour 18), where golfers will have to try to read a tricky wind to find the green on this short, but difficult par 3. The Augusta-like holes, however, are just the beginning, with other holes inspired by the famous counterparts like the 17th at the TPC Sawgrass, 18 at Doral, Bayhill's par-5 sixth, Harbor Town's 18th, the par-5 15th at Pebble Beach and many more. With three sets of tees, Tour 18 plays from 5,380 yards to 6,782 yards. Just 15 minutes from Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport, Tour 18 Golf Club is conveniently located in Humble, just northeast of Houston. A fully-stocked golf shop, excellent grill and practice facilities that include a TopTracer Range complete the experience. Book your tee time today!