Gleneagles Golf Courses in Plano
Designed by Bruce Devlin, Rick Robbins, and Robert von Hagge, the Queen’s Course has welcomed golfers since 1985. Paying homage to its Scottish namesake, it features rolling terrain, sizeable bunkers, and water hazards that challenge all skill levels. From pros to casual players, the Queen's Course offers an inclusive, captivating golfing adventure.
Holes: 18 Par: 71 Rating: 74.6 Slope: 141 Yardage: 6892
The King's Course was designed by Bruce Devlin, Rick Robbins, and Robert von Hagge. It is considered the more challenging of the two courses at Gleneagles and is much like the Queens, with its links-style fairways framed by mounds, but it has more trees and water. The course is characterized by its rolling terrain, deep bunkers, and numerous water hazards. The fairways are narrow, and the greens are small and undulating, making it a course where accuracy is essential. It is well-maintained and offers a challenging and rewarding experience for players of all skill levels.
Holes: 18 Par: 72 Rating: 75.2 Slope: 148 Yardage: 7021
Short Game Area
- Two Bermuda Grass receiving greens
- Putting green to improve putt accuracy
- Chipping green for bunker play and chip shots
- Speakers and music rotation
- Hitting deck expanded to twice its previous size
- Doubled-sided practice range so you can practice from both ends
- The middle of the practice range is fairway-style with flight turns, allowing you to focus your shot aim
- Trackman technology available for swing analysis