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News From Fort Bend Country Club


April 11, 2019

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GOLF Grounds Food & Drink Membership Contacts NEW History NEW WA
WSIGA Gene's Party Pool Removal Club Rules Calendar Score History MGA
SWIC           WGA


Golf etiquette dictates that all players do the following:
*  Repair all ball marks on the greens
*  Repair all divots on tee boxes and fairways
Observe the white lines for carts near the green
Slow players should let other players play through
*  Observe the 90 degree rule for carts on the fairway
*  Rake the sand traps you enter and LEAVE the rake in the trap
The golf course is our main asset and we should all treat it that way. 





Golf News:

Course Weather Status

Call Pro Shop for Update




One-Man Scramble Results

March 16, 2019


17 Players


1st Gross – Todd Davis – 61
2nd Gross – Bobby Stegemiller – 64
1st Net – Chris Elliot – 57


April Events


Thursday, April 25, 2019


Saturday, April 27, 2019

2 - Man Chapman ( Deadline to sign up is 26th @ noon)



Quote of the month

“...attitude would always win out over ability.”
~ Bob Rotella, Golf is Not a Game of Perfect


Tip of the Month


How to improve your golf self-talk: What do you say to yourself on the golf course?

Becoming more aware is the first step to improve your golf self talk.  Start taking control of what you say to yourself during your golf round and improve your golfing performance.  Many golfers have a negative critical voice inside their heads which will appear as soon as they make a mistake.  The good news is you do not have to listen to this voice.

1 - Decide to become more aware of it.  Do not get upset with your old critical voice just notice it at first.

2 - Imagine you have the best caddie inside your head.  Replace any unhelpful voice with the words of your best caddie.  Instead of, “you stupid idiot" your caddie would say, “OK forget it.  The best golfers make mistakes.  Now focus on your next shot.”

3 - Start to measure how good your inner voice is after each hole.  Give yourself a score from 1-10 and write it down on your score card.  This will help you become more and more aware of your inner voice.

~Bryan Hogan                


Please call the Pro-Shop 281-232-7825 or email bryan@fortbendcc.com for more info.



You may view scheduled events  on the FBCC Events Calendar


Twilight Time is at 2 pm year-round.

Golf Pro
Email Golf Pro

Pro Shop: 281-232-7824             



Mother Tucker's Kitchen

Call for details



Mother Tucker's Kitchen

Open From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

(Later if customers are present or have reservations)

Tuesday to Sunday


Surf & Turf Night on Thursdays

Shrimp & Steak




View Menu & Other Information


News from the Southwest Interclub:



Southwest Interclub at Fort Bend Country Club


Thursday, March 21, 2019

SWIC 2019

Results From Fort Bend Country Club



Championship Flight

Championship Flight



First Flight

First Flight



Second Flight

Second Flight



Third Flight

Third Flight


The SWIC 2019 Fort Bend CC Team




WA News

FBCC Women's Association Dissolved


At the end of 2018 the Women's Association leadership informed us (the current management of the Fort Bend Country Club operations) that effective January 31, 2019, the association was to dissolve.  The ladies of the WA have enhanced the Country Club for many years and deserve all the gratitude we can impart to them.  Their collective entity is one that the staff, many members and the larger community, beyond, will miss.


For information about the Women's Association please contact the Fort Bend Country Club front office:

Email Us


For More WA please take a look at our events webpage: The Women's Association Archive


Christmas Party 2017 Photos




News from the WGA:



2017 Annual WGA Meeting and Awards Luncheon



Welcome FBCC WGA members! I am pleased to be your President this year and looking forward to making and sharing many friendships and memories.  For new members, I will give you a little info about our WGA.

Our play day is every Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.  (weather permitting).  If you would like to play, please call the Pro Shop (281 232-7825) by 8:30 Tuesday morning and sign up.  We also have a Saturday play day if there are members who want to play (or who cannot play on Tuesday). 

We have several tournaments scheduled during the year, either all ladies or a combo of guys/ladies, so please put those on your calendar when the Tournament Schedule comes out.  The WGA also plays in the Southwest Interclub, which includes a total of 6 clubs (including but not limited to Sweetwater, Pecan Grove and Sugar Creek).  We play the third Thursday of each month starting in March.  It's partnership play and a lot of fun as you get to meet members of other clubs and play at different courses.

Our WGA Board meetings are scheduled the first Tuesday of each month after golf (except holidays, which would be the 2nd Tuesday of each month).  We have lunch and go over our business for the month.

I sincerely hope all new members and old members will come out and play with us on Tuesday (or Saturday) and participate with us in our tournaments.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact any of our members or the officers listed below.


The officers of the WGA are as follows:






Parneli Heisey

1st Vice Pres

Kathy Urbish

2nd Vice Pres & Tournament Dir.

  Barbara Mitchell


  Karen Weaver


  Linda Scruton


  Mindy Benefield

Sunshine / Membership

  Kim Hood




If you have any comments or questions for the WGA please e-mail Parneli (Send Email To WGA President) or call at (281) 615-8698. 




The Special Golf Membership

Special for All Golfers
Best Deal for: Individual Golfers
Includes Range Use and Free Range Balls
Tuesday to Sunday (Club Closed Mondays)
Includes Access to Practice Areas, Putting and Chipping
No Initiation Fee
Join Now, pay month by month and lock in rate.
LIMITATION: Membership must be continuous to guarantee this special rate.

$215 plus 6.25% Sales Tax (Walk or Use Own Cart)
$250 plus 6.25% Sales Tax (Includes Use of Fleet Cart)

Married Couple
$376.25 plus 6.25% Sales Tax  (Walk or Use Own Cart)
$437.50 plus 6.25% Sales Tax (Includes Use of Fleet Cart)


More about Membership is available at: https://www.fortbendcc.com/membership.asp


Occasional Player?  Consider our competitive public play rates:  Public Play or Preferred Play



Message from the MGA:


 "President for Life"



Keith Clay


The MGA officers for 2019 are:

  • President: Keith Clay

  • VP: Dennis Metcalf

Please feel free to contact any of the MGA board members with any concerns or comments that you have about the MGA.

Thanks for supporting Fort Bend Country Club.

MGA President


2019 MGA Tournament Schedule

To Be Announced



For more information please call the pro shop



You may view all scheduled events  on the FBCC Events Calendar


Tournament Score History


A webpage has been added to our website which archives the tournament scores.    If you are interested, it is at:  https://www.fortbendcc.com/scorehistory.asp  As we remove the tournament results from this Newsletter they are archived on the Score History webpage.    Photos and comments are archived with them if they are submitted, also. 







Results For WSIGA 2018


Larry Davis, George Lising, Joey Perez (Falcon Point Golf Professional) and Jim Gentry
(Not Shown: Jim Stegemiller, Bobby Stegemiller, David Yannone, Charlie Neal and Ted Koen)

Details, above, originally posted at:


MGA Members 50 Years of Age and Older!

The WSIGA will begin its 2019 season in March.  Eight clubs, Weston Lakes, Sweetwater, Falcon Point, Sugar Creek, Willow Fork, Fort Bend, Pecan Grove and Quail Valley compete.  This expands your opportunity to play some of the best golf courses in the area at a nominal fee in a competitive (but friendly) setting. 

We play a Stableford format with FULL handicaps and the best 5 out of our 8 players' scores will be used for figuring our competition results.  A continuous, cumulative correction factor is used to even out the disparity in handicaps/course difficulty.

For more info, go to the Westside Interclub Golf Association (WSIGA) website or ask any of the guys who have participated.  The bottom line is it is a lot of fun, it's a chance to compete at different venues at a great price ($50), and a chance to meet some new folks.  So, sign up in the Pro Shop, first come, first serve, and come on out, we need seniors of all handicap ranges.

George L.
FBCC Senior Interclub Rep

Email Me

Grounds News:


For questions or comments regarding the grounds, please contact the front office or grounds superintendent, Bill Bruns. 

Email Grounds Superintendent

Email Front Office



News From Food & Beverage


Open For Business


Mother Tucker's Kitchen

Open From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

(Later if customers are present or have reservations)

Tuesday to Sunday


View Menu & Other Information



Mother Tucker's Kitchen Grand Opening - Open House

Saturday, October 6th


Call for details


Golf by Tee Time in Afternoon

Call for Tee Time




Tournament Score History


A webpage exists on our website which archives the tournament scores.    If you are interested, it is at:  https://www.fortbendcc.com/scorehistory.asp  As we remove the tournament results from this Newsletter they are archived on the Score History webpage.    Photos and comments are archived with them if they are submitted, also.




History Corner


The Son of FBCC Founder Passes


The father of Tom J. Fatjo Jr. was the primary founder of Fort Bend Country Club, in 1950.  He and 31 other founders created the Fort Bend Country Club (A Texas Non-Profit Corporation) on July 17th, 1950, in preparation for the purchase of the property, known today as Fort Bend Country Club.

Here is Tom J. Fatjo's signature, top, left on the Articles of Incorporation of Fort Bend Country Club.  Each of the 32 founders signed this historic document.

Here is Tom J. Fatjo, Sr., as featured in one of the historic scrap books of Fort Bend Country Club historian, Jacque Roberts.  He was, in fact, Member #1.


A snowy day at the entrance gate of Fort Bend Country Club in 1973


 Artist's rendering from about 1964

Back in 2010 after the tornadic winds vacuumed the roof off the ballroom, the walls had to have the sheetrock replaced.  While the walls were open we took the opportunity to run some new wiring for the phones and computer network, in the small gap between the office ceiling and the flat roof above.  The space and everything in it were buried an inch deep in the crumbled, lightweight concrete which had fallen there from a previous roof replacement.

The only thing visible in this long forgotten space was a green corner of something poking out of the dust.  It was a full arm reach to just touch this one corner.  Between thumb and forefinger the object was slowly pulled free and toward the steel structure which blocked its removal.  After a little of the dust was brushed off it revealed itself to be an intact glass picture frame about 21" by 32".  It was too wide to remove through the opening but above the 12" steel beam there was a 1" horizontal slot which was just high and long enough to get the frame through but due to its height was very awkward to feed through from the other side.  Eventually the frame was freed.  The glass was caked solid so we washed one corner of it and discovered that it was a watercolor.  Thinking that it was worth saving just for the frame, we cleaned it up.

When the artist's rendition was revealed it took a minute to figure out what it was.  It was similar to the clubhouse but more like a version that had slipped through from another dimension, like in a Rod Serling Twilight Zone.  It will remain a mystery why the artwork was stored where it was but the mystery of what it is, is no longer.  It is the clubhouse that never was....in some respects.   Our clubhouse was built in 1966 and the new 19th Hole added in 1991.

It is a valuable piece of history because it reveals how ideas come together, step by step, as the reward for the work done by folks who work together over time to create a more beautiful tomorrow.  If you would like to see the original, it is on display in the FBCC front office.


Clubhouse (as built in 1966) and surrounds in aerial photo taken in the Seventies

If you click on the photo the high resolution version will open in a new window.


Our Club Historian Jacque Roberts

Read More Club History

General information only, below this point


Contact Information


Email Association Presidents:  (Click links below to Email)


Women's Association President

Women's Golf Association - President

Men's Golf Association - President



Other Email : (Click links below to Email)

FBCC Newsletter - Feedback  Email to FBCC Newsletter

FBCC Business Office  Email to FBCC Business Office

Golf Professional  Email to golf pro

19th Hole - Food & Beverage - Events

Golf Course Grounds Superintendent  Email to Groundskeeper





Fort Bend Country Club    This is the official FBCC Website

Membership Page  Use our website as a valuable tool to promote memberships.    

FBCC Slide Show  Be sure to check out the latest club photos on the Flickr Photo Presentation


These and other links are located on the top, left and bottom of every webpage





Primary Office:


Primary Pro Shop:


Maintenance Barn:


19th Hole - Mother Tucker's Kitchen




Physical Address:

2627 FM 762


Richmond TX 77469



Mailing Address:

P O Box 128


Richmond TX 77406-0004






Rules, Policies and Static Information:


Days of Operation:


Club, Course, Restaurant, Bar, Pro Shop and Locker Rooms are open Tuesday through Sunday.    All operations are closed Mondays.    If a holiday falls on a Monday the club will be open but closed Tuesday.  



Golf Course:


To enhance the Fort Bend Country Club golfing experience, please adhere to the following rules of etiquette and politely encourage our guests and fellow members to do the same:


  • All players and guests shall register with the Pro Shop prior to starting play. 

  • Proper golf attire is required at all times and FBCC is a soft spike facility. 

  • Carts must return to the cart path at the white stripes and remain thereon through the tee box of the next hole.

  • Carts are not allowed to be driven on any Par 3's. 

  • Push carts are not allowed any closer to the green than the front (first) edge of the bunkers. 

  • Please repair ball marks, fill divots with sand, and rake sand bunkers to ensure excellent playing conditions for all players. 

  • All golfers must maintain a reasonable pace of play, and faster players must be allowed to play through. 

  • Only food and beverages purchased at Fort Bend Country Club are allowed on the golf course. 

  • Cart Reservations - Member golfers who wish to rent a cart must call and reserve it. The reservation may be cancelled up to the time of the reservation without penalty. Unfulfilled reservations will be charged to the member's account. 

Thank you for doing your part to maintain the high standard of Fort Bend Country Club. 
Have a great round!



Open Play and Guests:


Open Play Prices and Terms


Member Guest fees: (plus tax)

$25 weekdays

$35 weekends


Guest must be playing with the member; otherwise the open play fee is applicable.  

Member Guest Fees include Cart Rental even though guest may ride with Member or in Rental Cart.  

Club recommends Guest shall ride with Member to maximize cart availability when possible.  




The pool was professionally removed in November of 2017.   It was seldom used other than as an landscaping feature.  To remove it correctly would have cost the members the same as maintaining it for five or six years.  Now the new owner, HW 589 Holdings LLC, has removed it in accordance with to the highest engineering standards.  All concrete was broken out and hauled off.  Then the hole was cleaned up, back to the undisturbed soil.  A lab-tested backfill was trucked in and was each load was compressed with a heavy vibrating roller as the hole was filled.  The area was graded with a laser and then was then covered with St. Augustine sod.


Prepping the Equipment


Drained to the #15 Lake


Concrete is Broken Out


To break the concrete, this track hoe operator used the chunk of concrete which once served as the pool stairs and came out in one big piece, by lifting it about 30 feet and dropping it, repeatedly.  It shook the whole area.  Quite a few light bulbs needed replacement afterwards.


They were very careful to keep the soil free of any remnants of the building materials.


A week later:  What pool?  You sure we used to have a pool?  Must have been a while ago.





The By-Laws of Fort Bend Country Club, in PDF format, are available to all FBCC Stock members.    If you would like a copy emailed to you, please Click Here to email us your request.    





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