Longwood Golf Club in Houston, Texas, features 27 holes designed by former touring pro Keith Fergus and University of Houston Golf Coach Harry Yewens. The golf course combines a picturesque setting with world-class golf, and Longwood has been rated among the top daily fee facilities in the Houston area. The Palmetto golf course is the shortest but most scenic of the three nines, and is designed to give golfers the option to take risks off the tee with some short par 4s. The Post Oak golf course allows golfers to take the driver out quite a bit, but the nine holes are surrounded by pine trees, making accuracy key. The Pine golf course is the longest of the three nines, and gives players the opportunity to hit driver on almost every hole. This nine provides a challenge for even the low-handicap player. Longwood’s fairways are carved out of dense forest, making each hole secluded, distinctive and memorable. Its small, well-bunkered greens were crafted with handicap players in mind, while four sets of tees and generous entrances to greens provide golfers of all skill levels with an enjoyable challenge. The spectacular golf course has been awarded four stars in Golf Digest’s Places to Play. Reserve your tee time today.