Lumberton's got game! Not only are we known for our oil history and our music, but we've got a handle on golf! From Country Club's to Miniture Golf we have just what your looking for.

Beaumont Country Club

5355 Pine St
Beaumont, Texas
(409) 898-7011

The Beaumont Country Club, one of the oldest country clubs in Texas, was chartered November 12, 1906 and opened for business the next year. Situated high on the wooded banks of the Neches River, the new club featured a golf course, bowling alley, boat docks, tennis courts, and a plantation-style clubhouse. The club had complete facilities for wedding parties, anniversary celebrations, and corporate meetings. The Beaumont Enterprise praised the new club as “a favorite retreat” with a beautiful setting “on the banks of the river . . . in the shade of the trees.” Charter members amounted to a “Who's Who” of local business, professional, and industrial leaders, as well as prominent Beaumont families: Bordages, Broussard, Carroll, Crawford, Edwards, Gilbert, Gordon, Hobby, Keith, McFaddin, Norvell, Proctor, Reed, Shepherd, Stedman, Steinhagen, Tyrrell, Wiess, Wilson, and others. Charter directors included Charles H. Markham, Gulf Oil, J. Edgar Pew, Sun Oil Company, and Colonel Sam Park, Industrial Lumber Company. Colonel Park, later American Vice Consul to France, served at BCC's first president. On October 25, 1907, Colonel Park and fellow members opened the golf course. Park drove a golden ball off the Number 1 tee and christened the new nine-hole facility that was laid out by Alex Findlay, a Scotsman who designed more than one hundred other American courses including the San Antonio Country Club and The Greenbrier in West Virginia. The BCC course, later expanded to eighteen holes, has seen numerous outstanding golf competitions: in 1946, a match among “the Big Four”, Ben Hogan, Jimmy Demaret, Byron Nelson, and Sam Snead; and during 1953-1964, the Babe Zaharias Open, a Ladies PGA tournament that drew all the nation's top women golfers including Louise Suggs, Patty Berg, Betty Jameson, and the world-famous Babe Didriksen Zaharias.

Idylwild Golf Club

1100 E Pineshadows Dr
Sour Lake
(409) 753-2521

Idylwild is a beautiful course designed around and throughout the Little Pine Island Bayou and Clemmons Gully. A placement and strategic based golf course, Idylwild is referred to as the best layout in Southeast Texas. Large, undulating greens and tall East Texas pine trees give the course plenty of character. It is a great place to get a peaceful round in amongst nature.
Leon Howard and Henry Ransom designed the golf course in 1960.
Idylwild features Champions Bermuda Greens and Tiff Bermuda Fairways. The front 9 greens were renovated and replanted in 2006.

Yardages & Ratings/Slopes
Championship: 6708yds 72.2/127
Men’s: 6251yds 70.8/119
Senior: 5439yds 66.8/111
Ladies’: 5121yds 70.0/117

Adventure Kingdom

2952 U.S. 69
(409) 751-5464

Our 18-hole renaissance-themed mini golf was designed and built by a professional Canadian miniature golf company. Our number one goal was to have a fun castle adventure for kids while offering a challenging course for adults. Over 100,000 people have played the course and they have told us that it is one of the top mini courses they have ever played. Wow, what an honor. There are over 400 plants on the 20,000 sq. ft. course. We have had folks from all across America and Germany, France, Italy; and so on give us a big thumbs up.

The course begins with Robin Hood shooting his bow and arrow at a target. Next, try to putt your ball over a ramp to an island. Then, it's off to the stockade for misbehaving. Oh my, you have to try to putt your ball through a small hole under a ship wreck. Now you are standing in front of the biggest shield and helmet you have ever seen. The next hole offers three choices with three different results. Our #9 hole is one of most exciting holes to see if you can land your ball in our working catapult. That is a cute castle arch we get to walk through. Watch out for the jousting knights as they face off. The wooden pergola is beautiful area to walk under and try to putt over double hills. Beware of the TNT that it doesn't explode when you putt through it. Then, cross the bridge to the giant castle to see a small boy putting while his sister is trying to distract him and good ole Jester the clown is laughing at both of them. On the 18 th hole, if you make it into the center of the royal carriage the entire village will know as trumpets sound and a voice announces that you made a hole in one.

We are completely lighted for night play and seven colorful shade sails help keep you cool. The course is wheelchair accessible. We are open year-round!



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