Lubbock Country Club is strategically located among beautiful rolling fairways and mature trees nourished by the meandering waters of historic Blackwater Draw, about three miles north of downtown Lubbock.
Lubbock Country Club boasts the oldest and finest championship golf course on the South Plains, dating from 1921. The club’s 160 acres was home to 18 golf holes by 1934, when new grass greens replaced the original sand greens. The design of LCC’s current golf course began in the mid 1950s by golf course architect Warren Cantrell and the classic, traditional overall look of the course has change little since then.
Redesign and renovation over the years was overseen by golf course architects George Williams (1995) and Craig Schreiner (2008).
LCC has hosted many important golf events, including an exhibition by Walter Hagen in 1931, the inaugural Women’s West Texas Golf Association Tournament of 1935, a 1937 exhibition by Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan the 1946 Texas PGA, and the Women’s Texas Amateur Tournament of 1951, Men’s Southwest Conference 1992 and the Women’s Big 12 Championship 2000.
Lubbock Country Club is a private, member-only club. To play you must be a guest of a member or a reciprocal country club.