The Golf Club at Champions Circle
This is a fun and well-designed resort-style course located just south of the Texas Motor Speedway, and just north of the Ft. Worth/Alliance airport. It's out in the country--I-35W is undeveloped--but there is a Marriott hotel on-site, making it a good place to stay if you are visiting Ft. Worth on business (it's about 20 minutes from downtown Ft. Worth and 20 minutes from D/FW Airport).
The course itself is a lot of fun and a good value, and there are special deals on GolfQ and Golfnow. It was originally designed by Greg Norman in the mid-90s, and revamped by Jay Morrish shortly after when Greg decided the course was too difficult for its purposes. The result is a fun, challenging but fair layout that is well-kept and offers quality conditions year-round. It begins and ends in the classic "resort course" style, with the 1st hole being a short par 4 to offer you an easy start, and the 18th a reachable 480-yard par 5 to end you on a good note. But in between there are plenty of challenging holes, some very much so. #9 in particular features a downhill tee shot that must stop short of a large creek, followed by an uphill mid-iron approach to a two-tiered green guarded by 3 large bunkers. #15, the signature hole, is a long downhill par three with a multi-level green sandwiched between two bunkers left and water all down the right side.
If you are in the Ft. Worth area, this is certainly worth the short trek up I-35. It doesn't belong on any "must play" lists, but it's a nice golf course for a good price.