Garland Golf at its Finest - Welcome to Firewheel Golf Park
Whether you're an avid golfer ready to play a round or a novice player looking to hit a bucket of balls, you'll experience a day you won't forget at Firewheel Golf Park. Our 63-holes of championship caliber Garland golf, include three regulation courses in designs that both challenge and delight.
The Bridges Course, Est. 2001 has three different and unique nines: The Masters, The Champions and The Traditions - all three boast bentgrass greens. The sculpted fairways are lined with oak and pecan trees. Spring Creek and Rowlett Creek meander throughout. Garland golf enthusiasts agree, any choice of nines provides the skillful golfer with a solid test.
The Bridges Course was featured in AvidGolfer's July 2014 edition. Click HERE and flip to page 64 to read about our fantastic facility.
The clubhouse features the Branding Iron Restaurant and Patio. It's a delightful place to sit and enjoy the afternoon breeze while you watch golfers tee off on the first hole of the champions.
The Lakes Course is the toughest 18 of all. Stretching 7,134 yards from the back tees, it is a tight, difficult test with carries over ten lakes and plenty of big-face bunkers. It has a slope rating of 139 from the gold tees. Most Firewheel players say, "If the Bridges Course has teeth, the Lakes Course has fangs!".
The Old Course topography consists of slow moving streams winding throughout gently rolling terrain. Tree lined fairways, 65 strategically placed bunkers and heavily wooded areas makes this par 71 a challenge for all golfers. The Old Course remains a favorite among area golfers.
The Lakes and Old courses boast the Pavilion, an open-air event facility that's perfect for corporate outings or family celebrations. Truly, this is the finest Garland golf course.
Bridges Course ranked #2 in the Highly Competitive Class of Mid-Priced Courses ($50-$59)
By Avid Golfer Magazine
"If you want your golf course to look like it does on television, look no further than the Bridges course" quoted By Avid Golfer Magazine