About Trinity Forest Golf Club

Trinity Forest Golf Club is located less than 10 minutes from downtown Dallas on Great Trinity Forest Way and was created to attract prestigious golf championships back to Dallas and drive charitable activity. The facilities include a renowned 18-hole championship golf course, a world-class practice academy and a short course.

 

As a recognized not-for-profit organization, Trinity Forest Golf Club has the freedom to positively contribute to the community through educational and charitable endeavors, including The Salesmanship Club of Dallas and The First Tee of Greater Dallas.

The Salesmanship Club of Dallas

For more than 95 years, Salesmanship Club of Dallas and its members have been committed to one thing: transforming kids’ lives. Founded in 1920, the Club unites its more than 600 members by four core values: fellowship, commitment, respectfulness and humility. Each year, day in and day out, Club members focus their dedicated efforts to support Momentous Institute, which builds and repairs social emotional health for kids and families through education, therapeutic programs, research and training. Uniquely, the Salesmanship Club owns and operates both Momentous Institute and its chief fundraiser, the AT&T Byron Nelson, a PGA TOUR tournament.

The First Tee of Greater Dallas

Trinity Forest Golf Club is a proud supporter of The First Tee of Dallas, whose vision is to provide young people of all backgrounds an opportunity to develop a core set of life-enhancing values through golf and character-education. Currently more than 40,000 elementary students in the greater Dallas area receive introductory programming from The First Tee with more than 1,100 receiving comprehensive training.

Milestones

  • Trinity Forest Golf Course opened in 2016
  • Trinity Forest is the home course for the Southern Methodist University golf team
  • Trinity Forest is scheduled to host the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and an annual NCAA invitational tournament, along with other high-profile tournaments

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