WALNUT HILL COUNTRY CLUB
November 11 Site for Walnut Hill Country Club in Dallas expected to be ready for Maxwell to start work on laying out 36-holes in detail. [Dallas Morning News, November 6, 1931]
November 30 Maxwell has “just started a $100,000 course at Dallas, which will also be equipped with watered fairways.” [Longview (TX) News-Journal, December 1, 1931] Editorial Note: The Dallas course referenced in this article is almost certainly Walnut Hill Country Club.
January 20 Maxwell is in Dallas laying out the Walnut Hill Country Club courses. [Dallas Morning News, January 21, 1932]
October 15 18-holes at Walnut Hill Country Club in Dallas officially opens. The course is “designed after the Pacific Coast’s best courses.” A second 18-hole course is expected to be complete by the spring of 1933. The rough work on the second course has “already been laid and about all that remains is the planting of grass.” [Dallas Morning News, October 23, 1932]