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“Great value at a beautiful country golf course.”

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Ranked #7 of 9 things to do in Willis
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Owner description: Simply great golf: an 18-hole course without the architectural manipulations.
Reviewed November 25, 2013 via mobile

Texas National is located in a beautiful country setting. The fairways and greens are not perfect but good enough to have a challenging and enjoyable round of golf. The heavily wooded location may cost you a few balls but it is worth it. I consider it a great place to play for a reasonable price.

Thank William K
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

A good course, with few "tricked up" holes, maintained well and inexpensive. It is located in Willis, between Huntsville and Conroe and is a very good value. It compares equally to Panorama and Raven Nest (Huntsville) in every way. All 3 are a good experience.

Thank GeorgeRow
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Reviewed March 22, 2012

Played there yesterday.

The greens were in pretty good shape, especially in comparison to the previous two rounds at two other nearby courses!

A lot of blind shots. So, if you don't have GPS, it will be an interesting day. Not a real long lay out, but pretty tight in places. So, if you are not hitting it where you want to, it will be a handful. Good variety of tee boxes. So, it should be of for a variety of abilities. But, don't let the misconception of lack of distance push you back to a tee box that you wouldn't normally play. You will pay!

It was a little washed out in places. And some parts of the golf course were very soft and mushy from the rain. While other areas were still hard as concrete. But, as I mentioned earlier, the greens were pretty nice and pretty consistent.

I am sure that due to the extreme drought, general course aeration has not been a priority. Too bad though, if it had been aerated recently, all of this great water would have been able to be absorbed and the results would have made this track fantastic.

Some nice elevation changes and the course winds through a well developed wooded area.

Play it if you are in the area.

Thank roadgolfer
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