Cedar Crest was the site of the 1927 PGA Championship, a prestigious honor. The course still maintains the high quality and tradition it established all those years ago. Its rolling terrain and excellent course conditions are just a couple of the reasons you should come visit our course.

The legendary course, which was designed by A.W. Tillinghast and renovations by D.A. Weibring/Golf Resources, Inc., continues to be a favorite of Dallas golf enthusiasts.

With the rolling terrain, greenside bunkers, and tree-lined fairways, the course puts it’s stamp on accuracy, yet can be just as enjoyable for the beginner golfer and still challenging for the lower handicap golfer.

With the amount of junior golfers and parents that we have coming out to the course we have put family tees on the course to encourage that bond of family and golf.
The First Annual Greater Dallas Putting Championship recently hosted by Cedar Crest Golf Course, 1800 Southerland Ave.,proved to be a great day for golf while...
The event supports scholarships for DISD student golfers Join us at newly renovated Cedar Crest Golf Course for the First Annual Greater Dallas Putting...
One of six City of Dallas 18-hole courses, Cedar Crest – site of the 1927 PGA Championship – reopened early October to the public after a multimillion dollar...
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