• September 21, 2021
 GOLF Magazine: Butterfield Trail Golf Club Among “Top 5 Courses near Airports in US”

Courtesy Butterfield Golf

GOLF Magazine: Butterfield Trail Golf Club Among “Top 5 Courses near Airports in US”

Butterfield Trail Golf Club continues to be recognized for its excellence as one of the best courses to play in Texas and was recently listed by GOLF Magazine on their list of the “Top 5 Courses in US near Airports.”

“We are excited and proud to be mentioned in this list by GOLF Magazine” said KemperSports General Manager Tim Krebs “Our team at Butterfield Trail continues working hard to provide the best golf experience in El Paso and we look forward to another great year in 2019.”

GOLF.com is the digital version of GOLF Magazine and is a leading source of golf course rankings and ratings, equipment reviews, golf instruction, and PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Web.com Tour news.

“Butterfield Trail Golf Club continues to be ranked among the best golf courses and we couldn’t be more proud of their achievements,” said Monica Lombraña, Managing Director of Aviation and International Bridges, at El Paso International Airport. “They are truly an exceptional recreational attraction for El Paso.”


Butterfield Trail Golf Club was established in the summer of 2007 by city leaders who were determined to create an award-winning, world-class golf course.

Owned by El Paso International Airport and designed by famed golf course architect Tom Fazio, Butterfield Trail has received numerous accolades including being named the #3 municipal course in America by Golfweek magazine 2009-2017. The 18-hole, par 72, daily fee golf course is highlighted by natural sand dunes and native flora and fauna.

For more information on Butterfield Trail Golf Club visit the club’s website or call (915) 772-1031.

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