Pheasant Trails Golf Course

The Golf Course
Opened in 1951, the front nine of the Pheasant Trails Golf Course, features a Scottish-links design with newly planted trees and a deep cut of rough bordering the flat fairways. The back nine is longer and takes on more of a West Texas design with large established trees lining the fairways. There is a creek that flows throughout the design and comes into play on some holes.  Click here for score card

Tee Par Yards Slope USGA
Forward 71 5292 117    70.5
Middle 71 5985 106    67.2
Championship            71        6481       111              69.5

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Dumas, TX - As you drive the 50 miles north into Dumas from Amarillo, the rugged country around the Canadian River flattens out into vast farmlands dotted by feedlots and grain elevators.

Pheasant Trails Golf Course, one the better small-town courses in the region, is a great-value course known for well-watered fairways and two distinct 9-hole routes: one more of a Scottish-links design paired with a traditional West Texas design with large established trees lining the fairways.

Tee Times & Rates
Call (806) 935-7375 or come by during daylight hours to schedule your tee times. Tees times are taken on a first come first serve basis and are welcomed up to two weeks in advance.  The prices below do not include sales tax. 

Weekday Rates   Weekend/Holiday Rates 
Green Fee (excludes holidays) $16     Green Fee  $18
Cart for 9 holes $13   Cart for 9 holes $13
Cart for 18 holes $24   Cart for 18 holes $24
Senior Rate $12   Junior Rate $8
Junior Rate $ 8   Twilight (after 4 pm) $12
Twilight (after 4 pm) $13      
Single $585
Family (2) $800
Family (3) $910
Family (4) $1000
Senior (over 60) $405
Senior (couple) $500
Senior (1 over 60, 1 under 60) $650

 * rates subject to change

Dress Code
Appropriate golf attire is required by all guests. No tank tops, cut offs, short shorts, sweat pants, or athletic wear. Proper footwear is required (soft spikes, or athletic shoes).

Pace of Play
Slow play is not acceptable. Golfers are asked to keep up with the group ahead of them. Course Marshals will monitor slow play. Slow groups may be asked to pick up their ball and catch up to the group ahead of them. A maximum of 4 hour round is expected.

Golf Etiquette
Please maintain proper golf etiquette and be courteous to other golf patrons. Repair ball marks, divots, rake sand traps, etc.

For additional information about golf etiquette please refer to: USGA Etiquette