The Robson Ranch Texas Wildhorse Golf Club was recognized in the “Best of Public Golf” in DFW Top Elite Course List by AVIDGOLFER Magazine.

Noted as a favorite course on the west side and acknowledging the quality of the greens, AVIDGOLFER Magazine added in part, “Although conditions here are always great, we were floored to see that they were even better for this year. It was one of the most impressive displays by an agronomy team in 2020, especially given just how much play courses have seen during the pandemic. Kudos to the staff at Wildhorse for wowing us during the annual visit.”

The Wildhorse Golf Club features 27 holes of championship golf, which includes the additional North 9 holes added in 2019. The three 9-hole courses feature strategically placed bunkers, hazards and lush landscaping that creates a design that is enjoyable for novice as well as senior golfers. All courses of the Wildhorse Golf Club feature golf cart paths that meander through the beautiful fairways and provide picturesque scenery of the Denton and surrounding areas.

Located within the luxury 55+ resort community, Robson Ranch Texas, the Wildhorse Golf Club currently is open to the public. Community homeowners as well as residents in the surrounding Frisco, McKinney, Richardson, Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond areas can enjoy a day on the links at the Wildhorse Golf Club. For more information on the golf course, please call the pro shop at 940-246-1001.

The Wildhorse Golf Club is only one of the many resort-style amenities at Robson Ranch Texas. This master- planned community for active adults offers an ideal retirement lifestyle of new homes, abundant activity and popular amenities for active 55 plus living. New build homes range between 1,413 square feet and 3,228 square feet, include popular features and quality construction. Designed to be a golf cart-friendly community, Robson Ranch Texas homeowners can participate in a variety of classes, activities and clubs including golf clubs such as the Men’s Golf Association and Women’s Golf Association. Community amenities include a luxurious Clubhouse with multi-purpose activity rooms and a 400-seat ballroom with stage, Cimarron Sports Club, Pinnacle Fitness Center, an impressive Pickleball and tennis complex, and much more!

For more information on new homes in the DFW area at Robson Ranch Texas, call 888-988-3927 today!

Robson Ranch Texas is expanding the luxury retirement lifestyle with enhancements to the Wildhorse Clubhouse! The ranch-style theme within the Clubhouse is being updated with new carpet and paint, updated artwork and the existing furniture will be restored, offering a fresh new look for this luxury amenity.

As the centerpiece of the community and the hub for social activities, the Wildhorse Clubhouse encompasses approximately 17,500 sq. ft. and features:

– 400-seat ballroom with large stage, full-length wood dance floor, presentation sound system and more. The ballroom can be set up for wedding ceremonies, luncheons, dinner events, conferences, seminars, concerts and other unique events. The ballroom can also be divided into four separate rooms for a variety of functions and activities with occupancy ranging from 50 seats to 120 seats.

– Two multi-purpose activity rooms for community club, group, and organization meetings as well as additional activities. Each multi-purpose room can seat approximately 30.

– Spacious catering kitchen with a variety of menus and arrangements for passed wine & hors d’oeuvres to accommodate events.

– Welcoming and spacious east and west foyer lobbies with grand entryways.

The rejuvenation of the Wildhorse Clubhouse enhances the overall premiere 55+ lifestyle offered at Robson Ranch Texas and is anticipated to be completed by fall 2021.

In addition to the Wildhorse Clubhouse, Robson Ranch Texas features many luxury amenities including the Cimarron Sports Club, Pinnacle Fitness Center, Creative Arts & Technology Center, Wildhorse Grill, Bar & Lounge, 27 holes of championship golf and so much more!

To learn more about Robson Ranch Texas including new homes available now, call 888-988-3927 today.

A big thank you to the wonderful residents of Robson Ranch Texas in Denton and the members of the Robson Ranch Motorcycle Club. In this topsy turvy year where community need skyrocketed, your continued support made our 10th annual Coats for Kids Ride event an overwhelming success. Although the ride itself could not be held, we gathered at American Eagle Harley Davidson to collect coats and celebrate with the good people who organized and contributed to this event. Everyone who attended the event brought at least one coat and many folks brought several. The final count of coats collected was 1,775, with 205 of those coming from Robson Ranch Texas. The collection box at my front door was constantly overflowing.

Robson Ranch Texas Community Giving Back

The coats were gathered and sorted at the Denton Independent School District Service Center under the coordination of Barb Haflich, Coordinator of Social Services. They were then distributed to representatives from every district in Denton County: Aubrey, Decatur, Krum, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Little Elm, Ponder, Sanger, and Denton. We are indebted to so many folks for this success. I would like to give a special thank you to Jan and Dave Riddle for their work with the Kiwanis Club, and Cherlyn and Bob Conway and their NxNW neighbors for efforts above and beyond the call of duty.

In an effort to get back to some semblance of normalcy, the club had a lunch ride to Doc’s Bar and Grill in Muenster, Texas. This destination is a double favorite for riders, given the great menu offerings and the scenic route to arrive there.

Mike Conley, Stephen Wiley, Dennis Dotson, Steve Williams, Robert Cox, Reggie Rother, Dave Riddle, and Dick Spivey enjoyed good food and comradery in true biker fashion.

The club board members met in December to begin planning for what 2021 will look like. With an optimistic outlook, we began planning rides to Galveston, the Hill Country, Big Bend, Angel Fire, Native American Oklahoma, Branson, and Arkansas. We also want to resume the regular second Tuesday breakfast/lunch rides and fourth Thursday dinner rides.

I hope that all of you were able to enjoy the holiday season and ringing in the New Year. Here’s hoping that 2021 will get us back toward health, prosperity, and normalcy.

See you on the road!

Beware of cagers and keep the rubber side down.

Written by: Stan Brein