Turtle Hill Golf Club is a little out of the way, but if you're looking for a fun and inexpensive round of golf and some excellent German food, then head to Muenster and play "The Turtle". The Dallas Morning News named Turtle Hill "a diamond in the rough" in 1998 and #18 in the State's "Most Economical Courses" in 2008.
The front nine is fairly traditional with a couple fun holes and a couple that will challenge you – so you should score well on this nine. You'll find one par three with an elevated tee box, a few holes that require some course management, and some straight traditional easy holes where what you see is what you get.
The back nine is really fun and offers lots of variety including dog legs, blind shots, up and down holes, narrow approach shots, and elevated tee boxes. #13 is one of the best par threes in Texas and similar to #4 with a dramatic elevated tee box, well protected green, and panoramic views of the rolling hills and into Oklahoma – save your mulligan and an extra ball for this hole. On some holes you need to study the hole before you tee off because you may want to leave the driver in the bag.
Turtle Hill is a fun and inexpensive round of golf, so take the time to play it. It is also next to a new wind farm – a unique sight to see.