The Island Course/Kingwood Country Club is located in Texas.
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The Island Course at Kingwood Country Club is a 18-hole golf course located in Kingwood, Texas. The course was designed by Joe Finger and opened in 1974. It is considered one of the premier golf courses in the Houston area and has hosted numerous local and regional tournaments.
The Island Course features a challenging layout with a variety of holes that will test golfers of all skill levels. The course is known for its well-maintained greens, tight fairways and strategically placed bunkers. The course is also known for its picturesque water hazards, which come into play on several holes. The course is challenging but fair with a good mix of long and short holes.
The course measures 7,006 yards from the longest tees and has a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and has a slope rating of 136. The greens are Bermuda grass and the fairways are Bermuda.
The Island Course has a rich history and has played host to a number of major tournaments. The Houston Open Qualifying Tournament was held at the Island Course in 1984, 1985, and 1986. The course has also hosted the Texas State Open Qualifying Tournament and the Texas State Four-Ball Qualifying Tournament. The course also played host to the Texas State Senior Four-Ball Championship in 2003, 2004 and 2005.
In addition to the golf course, Kingwood Country Club also features a large clubhouse with a pro shop, dining facilities, and a swimming pool. The club also has a fully-equipped fitness center, tennis courts, and a practice range. The staff at the club is friendly and professional and always willing to assist with any needs.
The Island Course at Kingwood Country Club is a must-play for any golfer visiting the Houston area.
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