The Paul Wahlberg '50 Aggie Golf Learning Center is the first-class home of Texas A&M's men's and women's golf teams.
Conveniently located in the center of the renowned Traditions Club in West Bryan, the center was made possible through the generosity of the late Paul Wahlberg, a member of A&M's Class of '50. For over four decades he was a volunteer for the Houston Golf Association, with most of that tenure spent as the chairman of HGA's Charity Selection Committee. An honorary member of the HGA Board of Governors, Wahlberg was a longtime supporter of the Aggie golf programs.
The two-story Golf Learning Center includes locker rooms for both the men's and women's teams, two players' lounges, coaches' offices, a kitchenette, study carrels, computer stations, two indoor hitting bays with state-of-the-art swing analyzer computer equipment, a short game area, private driving range, a conference room, an academic center and more.
One of the first things that catches the eye is the attention paid to detail. The building has the look and feel of a true golf course clubhouse. From tile work in the restrooms, to wallpaper in the locker rooms, to nice leather furniture in the lounges, to ironwork on the stairway, to sconces that light the walls and hallways--it is truly a first-class facility.
The Golf Learning Center is truly a home for A&M's golfers, who will be able to work on every phase of their game, meet with coaches, study, socialize with teammates and relax all in one place.
Being directly tied into the Traditions Club, a Jack Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus II designed 18- hole championship golf course that promises to be one of the finest in Texas, is just another added bonus for the Aggie golf teams.