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The Golf Club at Texas A&M
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Saturday, March 28

The Golf Club at Texas A&M will remain open for play, however all practice facilities will remain closed.  We are taking extreme measures to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all of our members and guests.  

When visiting the club:

     1.  We will allow only one person in the pro shop at any given time.

     2.  Cash will not be accepted.  Only credit/debit cards.

     3.  Outside food and beverage will not be allowed on property

     4.  Observe Social Distancing at all times.

On the Course:

     1.  There will be no water stations on the golf course.  Bottled water is          available in the clubhouse.

     2.  The bunker rakes have been removed from the golf course.

     3.  Only one person allowed per cart to maintain social distancing.

     4.  Leave the flagstick in the hole; do not handle.

     5.  Do not share clubs.

     6.  Avoid shaking hands.

We need all of our staff, members, and guests to make good decisions, be safe and pay attention to Social Distancing.  Please stay at home if you feel ill or suspect you have been exposed to COVID-19.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.  979-845-1723

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Welcome to The Golf Club at Texas A&M University!

The Campus Course at Texas A&M opened for play in 1951 and originally designed by Ralph Plummer. Plummer was a regional golf course architect whose works included Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Champions Golf Club in Houston, and Dallas Athletic Club. The Plummer design was a staple on the Texas A&M Campus for over 60 years, until a complete renovation in 2013 – a par 71, 7,008-yard gem designed by Texas A&M’s own Jeff Blume ’89.

Blume, who is based in the Houston area and worked with Robert Von Hagge before opening his own firm in 1997, has quietly built a solid reputation as a golf course designer. He put this project near the top of his list of accomplishments, not only because his legacy will live on “hallowed grounds,” but because of the quality of the course.

Blume and Houston businessman Robert Steele along with Sterling Golf collaborated with the University on the $5 million project, which is now known as The Golf Club at Texas A&M. The project included an 18-hole championship golf course, driving range and a short game practice area for research and classes.


Hours of Operation

The Golf Club at Texas A&M is open daily.  Our hours are seasonal.  The driving range opens 30 minutes before the first tee time.  The golf course is closed until 12:00 PM on Tuesdays.

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