Arlington's Texas Rangers Golf Club Opens This Week

Ditto golf course undergoes $24 million renovation, renamed after Texas Rangers

After a $24 million total renovation, Arlington's Chester Ditto Golf Course is reborn Monday the Texas Rangers Golf Club, the only Major League Baseball-branded golf course in the world.

The 18-hole, 7,010-yard course is all new with rebuilt routing, designed by golf course architect and Arlington native John Colligan. With a course rating of 73.7 and a slope rating of 132, the Par 72 course is challenging.

In addition to the new layout, the course includes improved turf, new water features, cart paths and new bunkering and a new fleet of GPS-enabled golf carts to help players make better club selections from anywhere on the course.

The club's practice area has been expanded to 23 acres and includes a double-ended range, a practice hole and two short-game areas.

A new clubhouse is still under construction and will be open in early 2020. It'll have a new full-service restaurant and bar, with service on a patio overlooking the course, pro shop and locker rooms. A temporary clubhouse is available with a fully-stocked pro shop, some food and beverages and restrooms.

Arlington residents will receive a 20 percent discount on posted daily rates; all golfers age 62 and over will receive further discounts. Golfers who join the city's frequent player program can save additional fees.



Online: Texas Rangers Golf Club

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Course map shows the layout of the new Texas Rangers Golf Club, opening in February 2019.
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