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MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT MAY 26th, 2014, COME PLAY WITH US!!!
TWO ROUNDS, 50 PEOPLE MAX, $35 OPEN / $25 ADVANCED / $5 OPTIONAL ACEPOT!
CONTACT NOBLE JUSTICE FOR REGISTRATION OR SIGN UP THE DAY OF.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS WRITTEN THE COUNTY!
WITHOUT YOU, THIS COURSE WOULD NOT BE, WHAT IT IS TODAY!

TRASH.... PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT PLEASE!!

THIS COURSE IS MAINTAINED BY THE TEXAS ARMY TRAIL VOLUNTEERS, A NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION

 

TAT SATURDAY DUBS!!!
EVERY SATURDAY @ 10AM, TAT hosts $10 RANDOM FLIP DUBS.
Remember Peops, DISC GOLF, It's something in the Air!!



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Texas Army Trail Disc Golf Course
A Brief History

The Texas Army Trail Disc Golf Course is located in Bud Hadfield Park at 11961 Telge Road, Houston, Texas 77429.

The area gained notoriety in 1836 when the interim government of the Republic of Texas and 1100 men under the command of Sam Houston stopped here at dusk on April 16, 1836. "The men consumed most of William Burnett's livestock and grains and burned fence rails for fuel. Four days later on April 21, 1836 they routed the Mexican Army at the Battle of San Jacinto winning Texas Independence from Mexico."  Source: earlytexashistory.com

Many years ago, Bud Hadfield, the founder of Kwik Copy and Texas history enthusiast, transferred ownership of the property from ICED (International Center of Entrepreneurial Development) to Harris County to manage its ongoing development, maintenance and care.

Bud Hadfield passed away on April 11th, 2011, almost 175 years after Sam Houston's Army stopped near this property.

Park and Course Development

In 2009 a non-profit organization, Telge Park Disc Golf, Inc. was created by Charles Haney & Company to provide and donate the labor, expertise and materials needed to layout and develop the course, with special assistance from our friends Andi & Don Young of Disc Golf Consultants.

Steve Radack, Precinct Three Commissioner provided significant support throughout the developmental phase and has expressed a commitment to the park's ongoing development. Special thanks goes out to Division Manager, Walt Peckham and Area Manager, Stephen Dubois.  They have both been strong supporters of the project.

"Texas Army Trail Disc Golf Course" has  become one of the most scenic disc golf courses in Houston.


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E-MAIL THE COUNTY!!!!

E-mail the county, to let them know you appreciate them building a DGC like Texas Army Trail, and also to provide positive feed back on things that need attention, such as mowing, park improvements, etc.. You can contact the following: Stephen Dubois & Steve Dorman.
Thank you for your valued support.
B/R,
The Volunteers of Texas Army Trail DGC

Texas Army Trail
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Texas Army Trail News

TAT 2012 Thursday Night League
3/26/12

Starting this coming Thursday night (3/29/12) Mr.Ed will be hosting an HFDS league at Texas Army Trail.  Read more >>
 


Texas Army Trail is permanently open
1/03/12
Texas Army Trail is now permanently open.  Read more >>
 

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Bud Hadfield in front of his Alamo replica
Source: Franchise Times


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Penny - Chuck's better half!

 

© 2014, Texas Army Trail DGC. All rights reserved.

Texas Army Trail Disc Golf Course is located in Bud Hadfield Park west of Telge Park
Address: 11961 Telge Road, Houston, Texas 77429 - Email: info@texasarmytrail.com  -  www.texasarmytrail.com

We welcome your suggestions - email them to suggestions@texasarmytrail.com