Slick Rock

Built in 1971, with multiple tees on every hole, more than 71 sand traps and 12 water hazards, Slick Rock embodies the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. philosophy of “hard par, easy bogey.” Slick Rock also is home to the awe-inspiring “Million Dollar Hole” (No. 14) featuring a winding cart path that takes golfers on a ride through a waterfall that spans more than 35 yards and empties more than 8,000 gallons of water into Slick Rock creek each minute.

Par:
72
Rated:
72.8
Slope:
131
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“The par-4 14th at Slick Rock might be one of the most entertaining holes in America.”
– The Houston Chronicle

“Number 14 at Slick Rock is considered one of the most photogenic and expensive holes in the state”
Mark Pazdur, Executive Golfer Magazine

Slick Rock Club House features a Bar & Grill and is just steps away from the scenic 12th fairway. It is home to one of the best hamburgers in Texas.