Golf

Golf

Opening in 1999, the signature, award winning, Carlton Gibson designed golf course is 6,997 yards framed by 50’ pines, magnificent century dogwoods and oaks, creeks and ponds, naturally blended with East Texas azaleas to create a canopied backdrop along the shores of Lake Palestine.
 

Eagle’s Bluff Golf Course is Unique

Overhead shot

Another overhead shot

  • The course gently tours thru 230 acres of rolling hills

  • With only one golf hole that parallels another, a comfortable walking course; unmatched course conditions, and 5 sets of tees.

  • Pure Greens as fast as your bathtub during certain seasons.

  • A classic design – combination of traditional & challenging

  • Tee times are available, however they are not required, we average 52 players a day

  • A course and experience that feels completely exclusive

  • A (2) sided grass practice facility

  • (2) short game areas

  • Putting Green and well respected Teaching Professionals

  • The #1 ranked Golf Course in East Texas

We allow Golf Outings from 4 – 150 Players

Whether it is a full field company or charity outing, celebrating something special or a simply small golf outing, Eagle’s Bluff can accommodate your golf outing needs. Contact Jay Miller to arrange your event at Eagle’s Bluff Country Club.
 

You can play a Championship Golf Course on a Bicycle

Eagle’s Bluff is the first private club in America to offer the golfer to use and play golf while riding a Pedego electric bike. Pedegolf – as it is named is a blast from the past, playing golf and riding a bike. It travels at 14 mph without pedaling; your clubs are towed behind you, and unmatched in fun…
 

The Texas Golf Bible States

One of the longest courses in Texas that can play as long as 7300 yards during tournament play, Eagle’s Bluff features an Augusta National environment along the eastern shore of Lake Palestine. The layout features dogleg fairways, rolling hills, huge greens (averaging over 8,400 square feet) that are protected by grass and sand bunkers, and very often water hazards. Both the front and back nines feature an island green – including the 15th, which is the signature par 3.”

View from the roof

James on a bike