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“Go west, young man,” Horace Greeley once declared. Golfers would be wise to heed these timeless words. Dallas is the place to be this fall with football season underway and ideal weather to hit the golf course. Whether visiting the area for business or leisure, have clubs will travel types can take advantage of a new stay-and-play package from Old American Golf Club and NYLO Plano at Legacy. Starting at $213 per player for the fall season, the offering includes one round at Old American, one night at the Plano at Legacy (double occupancy), complimentary yardage book and pro-shop gift among other luxuries. It’s the perfect plan for a short or long-term getaway.

Situated just 20 minutes North of DFW International Airport, Old American is the work of acclaimed designer Tripp Davis and PGA TOUR star and hometown hero Justin Leonard. Inspired by the ‘Golden Age’ of golf course architecture (1911 – 1937), Old American’s natural contours, hazard styles, native grasses and green shapes were influenced by such masterpieces as Shinnecock Hills, National Golf Links, Prairie Dunes and Crystal Downs. Thanks to a 7,000-yard-plus layout with the chops to host a TOUR event, Old American is a regular stop for many DFW-based pros.

NYLO Plano at Legacy is a chic boutique hotel developed by South Side steward Matthews Southwest. Opened in 2012, the 102 year-old building in the trendy neighborhood is an architectural all-star in Dallas’ lodging lineup. Walls are adorned with works from local artists, and the rooftop “Soda Bar” with its infinity pool and casual grill and has become one of the most popular “hangs” in the city.

To book the fall stay-and-play package, reserve your NYLO room online at Tee times are booked by calling (972) 370-4653. Mention the “NYLO Stay and Play” when booking tee times for additional offerings. Subject to availability, taxes not included in rate above, and tee times are not available before 10 a.m. on weekends.

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