Hermann Park Golf Course
Welcome to Houston and to the Hermann Park Golf Course, a jewel nestled in the center of the Bayou City.
Almost a century ago, the great oil, cattle and land baron George Hermann gave a gift to the city. Today, Hermann's gift has become 407 acres of Houston's loveliest gardens, parks, golf course and public spaces.
And, in 1922, the lush and scenic Hermann Park Golf Course was built here. Hermann Park Golf Course started a rich tradition of golfing excellence that has prospered for more than 70 years. Hermann Park Golf Course was the first public golf course in America to welcome all races.
October 15, 1997, Houston-based BSL Golf Corporation, with the assistance of renowned golf architect Carlton Gipson, was selected to work in cooperation with the Parks and Recreation Department and Friends of Hermann Park to restore the grand course for the next century.
Relaxing while you play golf under the majestic emerald canopy of stately oak trees, you readily forget you are in a city teeming with industry. And, recent restoration has ensured the grand old course will keep its manicured luster with plush Bermuda greens.
Unwind on the airy veranda of the historic clubhouse, and satisfy your appetite with delicious food, combined with impeccable service.
Hermann Park offers a superior golf experience and so much more. Adjacent to the course are Houston's world renowned Texas Medical Center and the historic Museum District. The Rose Garden blooms for more than 300 glorious days a year. Zoological gardens shelter a vast menagerie of rare and beautiful animals. Hermann Park Golf Course awaits you, in the midst of all these treasures.
You'll find no more enjoyable way to experience George Hermann's legacy than playing this 18-hole oasis in the very heart of Houston.
Call 713.526.0077 today to reserve your tee time or for complete course information.
Hermann Park Golf Course - Fees
Twilight start times vary by season and are effective when a full round is not likely to be completed. Please call the course. Rates as of July 17, 2010.
Carts are required on weekend mornings