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Luxurious Texas golf resort hits auction block

Wolf Point Club features golf course and 7,000-square foot ranch

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A golf course that has been dubbed the “St. Andrews” of Texas is on the auction block.

Wolf Point Club, a property that includes the golf course, a 7,000-square foot ranch house and pool overlooking a 12-acre lake, is up for auction online before a live auction will follow on Thursday in Dubai.

To view the auction, click here.

Fewer than 200 people have reportedly played the course, created in 2008 at a cost of $3 million by ranch owner Al Stanger for the purpose of a retreat for himself, his family and friends.

Stanger passed away in 2016 and his widow, Dianna, had the property listed through a broker for $11.5 million, according to golf.com.

To view a photo gallery of the course from Concierge Auctions, click here.