Oak Hollow Golf Course, the city of McKinney’s municipal course, is set to receive renovations to the greens and other facilities this summer, according to a news release from the city.

The project will include upgrades to various facilities at the golf course, including:
  • the greens
  • tee boxes
  • collars
  • the clubhouse
  • restroom facilities and more
The renovations will offer reshaped greens with a new putting surface along with some greens expanded as much as 30%, Parks and Recreation Director Michael Kowski said in the release. Upgraded golf carts are also expected to be deployed along with the renovations.

The total cost of the renovations is $1 million, and the project will be funded by bonds and the golf fund, Kowski said in an email.

The 18-hole, par-70 golf course, located at 3005 N. McDonald St., McKinney, is scheduled to close May 30, according to the release. Construction work is expected to last three months with a projected reopening date of Sept. 1. The driving range, practice greens and clubhouse will remain open, and instructional programs are scheduled to continue during construction, according to the release.

The renovations will improve the “aging infrastructure” at the golf course, including the 25-year-old greens, Kowski said in the release.

“We are very proud of the growth in popularity of Oak Hollow Golf Course over the past few years, and we are so excited to commence with improvements that will enhance the aesthetics and playability of this beautiful public course,” Kowski said.

For more information on the golf course, visit www.oakhollowgolf.com.