History

1985
1985 Purchased from the Rall Family

This spectacular terrain with exhilarating views would soon become an upscale golf course community with the vision of developer Jerry L. Thomas and his team. Taking full advantage of the land's natural beauty, Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish designed the golf course with the perfect blend of modern golf course architecture and historic golf traditions.

1986
1986 Jerry L. Thomas had a Vision

To turn the terrain into an exclusive, upscale golf course community in a private security, 24-hour, gated neighborhood. (Jerry Thomas center)

1986
1986 Nurt Baine & Lindy Miller

Burt Baine played a huge role in Mira Vista's history. He was more than just the Project Manager. Burt Baine and Lindy Miller helped form many of the values and traditions that have made Mira Vista something special.

1986
1986 Tom Weiskopf & Jay Morrish

Hired to develop the 140-acre championship course

1986
1986 Lindy Miller

Becomes Mira Vista's first Golf Professional

August 22, 1987
August 22, 1987 Opening Day

Mira Vista, which in Spanish means "See the View" opened, marking the first new country club in Fort Worth in 15 years.

November 1987
November 1987 Clubhouse Construction Began

January 1988
January 1988 Neighborhood Development

Phase I neighborhood development (117 lots) completed by Conatser Construction

1991
1991 Richard Rainwater purchases Mira Vista Golf Club

1994
1994 Dream Homes

Street of Dreams Inc. brought its event to Fort Worth for the first time featuring 6 different "ultimate dream homes" in the Mira Vista neighborhood

1998
1998 Bermuda Greens

Converted greens from Bent grass to TifEagle, Bermuda

2000
2000 Best in Country

Golf Digest names hole No. 11 best in the country

2008
2008 Mira Vista Country Club

Mira Vista becomes member-owned and changes its name to Mira Vista Country Club