The 18-hole, par 72 history Wolfdancer Golf Club is named in honor of the traditional wolf dance of the Tonkawa Indians who once inhabited this area. The world-renowned golf architect Arthur Hills designed Wolfdancer to take full advantage of the natural lay of the land. Discover native grasses, trees, wildflowers, even a flock of egrets as you move through the rolling prairie, heavily wooded ridgeline and the river valley plain. Each player, no matter how skilled, will find Wolfdancer a challenging yet satisfying experience. Enjoy all the amenities of the world-class golf club, including a 7,205 yard course and a 13-acre driving range.