The Town of Trophy Club is located along Highway 114 in between Dallas and Fort Worth. It is located across two counties. A small section sits along the northern part of Tarrant County the larger portion sits along the southern part of Denton County. It is 15 minutes from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Trophy Club was the original vision of the golfer Ben Hogan. He wanted to build a golf course with a two story club house that would display his trophies. 2500 acres of land were purchased for his vision. The club house idea was eliminated and Ben Hogan bowed out of the project The town name “Trophy Club” comes from his idea along with one of two 18 hole golf courses that bear his name.
Trophy club is known today for its golf courses, parks, rolling hills, and small town feel. It now consists of over 1000 acres of park space spread out of ten separate acre park sites, four baseball fields, playgrounds, and a community pool. The golf course today is made up of two separate 18 hole golf courses. One is in honor of Kathy Whitworth and the other for Ben Hogan. The golf course is privately owned but is seen throughout the town as it winds along many of the communities.
Northwest ISD makes up the school district in Trophy Club. While this school district is spread across many cities Trophy Club houses four schools from K-12th grade. It consists of twp elementary schools, a middle school. and the new high school Byron Nelson which opened in 2009. The Northwest ISD is also known for exemplary schools, advanced technology, and large array of classes for the its High School students.
Trophy club is a small town with a population of 11,227 residents across 3.95 square miles (in 2014). It has a medium income of $127,391 and a medium household value of $292,600 (2010-2014).
It’s current combined tax rate for most of the Town of Trophy Club is $2.34809 (Town of Trophy Club, Northwest ISD, Denton County, and MUD* District 1)
*MUD stands for Multiple Utility District. It is a special tax that provides water, waste water, and fire fighter services to the community.