A $100 million golf course is coming to North Texas.

Escalante Golf, the owner-operator of over a dozen high-end clubs and courses nationwide, has unveiled plans for a $100 million golf club about 20 minutes southwest of Fort Worth, according to a news release from the company.

The golf course will be located in the Aledo area off of U.S. Highway 377 and Kelly Road in the 2,400-acre master-planned community known as Kelly Ranch, which is currently under construction.

The Kelly Ranch Golf Club will include a 240-acre championship golf course that “preserves the land’s existing wildlife, water, and environment,” a 26-acre practice facility, a golf shop, a restaurant/bar, an outdoor terrace, and more, reported WFAA. The course is being designed to play up to 7,600 yards with five sets of tees.

The Fort-Worth-based golf company said the course, which is due for completion in the Spring of 2025, will be“framed by unique stands of Live Oaks and indigenous Cedar Elm trees, and playing over and around creeks running through the naturalized terrain,” per WFAA.

“Our vision for Kelly Ranch Golf Club is to redefine the golf market in North Texas and create a course that exudes excellence, thoughtful design, and unparalleled scenery,” said David McDonald, Escalante Golf president, in a statement, per The Dallas Morning News. “There will be no other private golf club in the D-FW region that can match the challenge and natural beauty of Kelly Ranch.”

Esteemed golf course architect Tripp Davis and Associates will design the 240-acre course, which Escalante said will be “staggered throughout rugged rolling hills with 200-foot elevation changes, reminiscent of the Texas Hill Country.”

The golf club will feature several membership levels including a tier for residents who live in the Kelly Ranch development.

“Kelly Ranch Golf Club’s key differentiator is that it is being designed for the golf purist; it will be a golf-only environment free of distractions often found at traditional country clubs,” said Jeff Kindred, executive vice president of Clubs & Resorts at Escalante Golf, in a statement, per the DMN.