Oak Hollow Golf Course, the City of McKinney municipal course, will undergo a series of renovations to improve the greens, collars, tee boxes, restroom facilities, and other areas of the property to provide golfers with premier public facilities and amenities. The golf course will close May 30 to begin work. The driving range, practice greens, and clubhouse will remain open throughout the construction project, and instructional programs will continue throughout the summer. The project is expected to be completed around Sept. 1.
“The improvements that we are planning for our municipal golf course are intended to address our aging infrastructure, first and foremost the 25-year-old greens,” said Michael Kowski, Director of Parks & Recreation. “Not only will we deliver a new putting surface of exceptional quality, but we will also reshape and expand the greens to make them upwards of 30 percent larger in some cases.”