Brackenridge Park Golf Course

Brackenridge Park Golf Course

Address: 2315 Avenue B, San Antonio, TX 78215 - MAP
Phone: (210) 226-5612
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

Brackenridge Park Golf Course is an historic 18-hole golf course that still retains some of its original layout combined with updated holes and 30 new bunkers, following a one-year facelift in 2008.

Brackenridge Park Golf Course is an historic 18-hole golf course that still retains some of its original layout combined with updated holes and 30 new bunkers, following a one-year facelift in 2008.

Brackenridge is located in the heart of San Antonio and is considered the crown jewel among the city's municipal golf courses. It is the oldest 18-hole public golf course in the state and was designed by renowned golf course designer, A.W. Tillinghast in 1916.

Recent renovations include improvements to the greens, tees, fairways, 3 updated holes and 30 new bunkers. The remaining 15 holes still retain the incongruous square greens for which designer Tillinghast was known for.

Brackenridge has won numerous awards and accolades. It was the first golf facility listed in the Texas Registry of Historic Sites, and was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and the Texas Open Hall of Honor. Brackenridge hosted the Texas Open Golf Tournament for more than 25 years.

The renovated golf course measures 6,263 yards from the championship tees with a par of 71.

Canyon Springs Golf Club

Canyon Springs Golf Club

Address: 24405 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78260 - MAP
Phone: (210) 497-1770
Web: www.canyonspringsgc.com

Canyon Springs Golf Club offers an 18 hole championship course taking full advantage of the natural terrain. In addition, they offer the best sites for wedding ceremonies and receptions as well as special events in the San Antonio area with a Clubhouse and Pavilion.

Cedar Creek Golf Course

Cedar Creek Golf Course

Address: 8250 Vista Colina, San Antonio, TX 78255 - MAP
Phone: (210) 695-5050
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

Consistently ranked as the top municipal golf course in South Texas, Cedar Creek Golf Course showcases the natural beauty of the surrounding Texas Hill Country.

Consistently ranked as the top municipal golf course in South Texas, Cedar Creek Golf Course showcases the natural beauty of the surrounding Texas Hill Country. But this San Antonio golf course is much more than just a pretty face.

Each hole has four sets of tees that keep things challenging for both beginners and experts. Bring your short game, because its multi-tiered greens require accuracy and skill with your irons. Oak thickets, several waterfalls and winding creeks add to the ambiance and challenge.

Opened in 1989, the course was designed by Finger Dye Spann and is located north of 1604 on the northwest side of San Antonio.

Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club

Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club

Address: 9800 Hyatt Resort Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251 - MAP
Phone: (210) 520-4040
Web: www.hyatthillcountrygolf.com

Set on more than 200 acres, the Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club has a wide-ranging terrain with rolling meadows, steep hillsides, wooded ravines and tree-shaded plateaus, as well as the tranquil threat of lakes and ponds.

La Cantera Resort

La Cantera Resort

Address: 16641 La Cantera Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78256 - MAP
Phone: (210) 558-6500
Web: www.resortlacantera.com

The La Cantera Resort offers two award-winning golf courses on site, and is the first facility to offer 36-holds of championship golf designed by PGA legends Arnold Palmer and Tom Weiskopf.

The La Cantera Resort offers two award-winning golf courses on site, and is the first facility to offer 36-holds of championship golf designed by PGA legends Arnold Palmer and Tom Weiskopf.

The Palmer Course opened in March 2001 on 225 acres with dramatic waterfalls, pristine views and breathtaking landscape. The No. 4 hole is a par 3 stunner, requiring a long carry over a lake with waterfalls at the green. Hole 18 caps what is sure to be a memorable round, with an 80-foot downhill slop that finishes with incredible views of the clubhouse and lake.

The Resort Course opened in 1995 and landed the Texas Open that same year. The course winds its way through the Texas Hill Country and was named as one of the Top 10 public access golf courses in the United States by Golf Magazine and one of the best new courses by Golf Digest. Most notable is the No. 7 hold, which includes an 80-foot drop from the tee to the fairway.

Mission del Lago Golf Course

Mission del Lago Golf Course

Address: 1250 Mission Grande, San Antonio, TX 78205 - MAP
Phone: (210) 627-2522
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

The Mission del Lago Golf Course is a links-style course, located on the shores of Mitchell Lake on the southside of San Antonio, where the land is flat and the Texas wind makes for a challenging day at the course.

This links-style course is located on the shores of Mitchell Lake on the southside of San Antonio, where the land is flat and the Texas wind makes for a challenging day at the course. Trees aren't a major issue at the Mission del Lago Golf Course, but the more than 120 sand traps and water hazards on 10 holes compensate for the seemingly wide-open spaces.

Multi-tiered greens mean you'll also need to step up your short game, and five sets of tee markers challenge all skill levels at the start of each hole.

The Mission del Lago Golf Course in San Antonio features 7,004 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72, and was designed by Denis Griffiths.

Olmos Basin Golf Course

Olmos Basin Golf Course

Address: 7022 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216 - MAP
Phone: (210) 826-4041
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

Olmos Basin Golf Course in San Antonio is one of the city's most popular golf courses, and with good reason.

Olmos Basin Golf Course in San Antonio is one of the city's most popular golf courses, and with good reason. The fairways are tree-lined and narrow, requiring well-placed drives. The par 3's are long and demanding, along with the occasional water hazard and sloped green.

In all, the Olmos Basin Golf Course is a challenging course and an ideal one for golfers who enjoy to walk.

The San Antonio golf course is located north of downtown and was designed by George Hoffman in 1963. Olmos is a popular location for numerous men's and women's amateur golf championships, including the Men's City Championship.

Quarry Golf Club

Quarry Golf Club

Address: 444 East Basse Rd, San Antonio, TX 78209 - MAP
Phone: (210) 824-4500
Web: www.quarrygolf.com

The Quarry Golf Club is truly a unique course in a breathtaking setting. The site of the old Alamo Cement Co. has been re-chiseled, revamped and overhauled by famed golf course designer Keith Foster to produce an enjoyable 6,740-yard course, widely recognized as one of the top courses in Texas.

The Quarry Golf Club is truly a unique course in a breathtaking setting. The site of the old Alamo Cement Co. has been re-chiseled, revamped and overhauled by famed golf course designer Keith Foster to produce an enjoyable 6,740-yard course, widely recognized as one of the top courses in Texas.

Elevated tee boxes, 10-minute tee times, and a links style format on the front nine all make for a pleasurable experience. The back nine sprawls across the 88-acre quarry floor and includes a lake as an extra challenge. Water hazards especially come into play on the par 3s, adding to the Quarry's exciting reputation.

Riverside Golf Course

Riverside Golf Course

Address: 203 McDonald, San Antonio, TX 78210 - MAP
Phone: (210) 533-8371
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

Riverside Golf Course in San Antonio is the perfect combination of an 18-hole championship layout and a 9-hole, par-3 course for beginners.

Riverside Golf Course in San Antonio is the perfect combination of an 18-hole championship layout and a 9-hole, par-3 course for beginners. Many of the 18 holes wind along the banks of the San Antonio River, which comes into play often on this course.

Both courses are walker-friendly, with walking-only on the par-3 course.

Designed by Harold Hink/Vernon Schmidt, the Riverside Golf Course opened in 1929 and is located on the site where Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders trained. Along with the river challenges, huge old trees demand straight shots on the front nine. The back nine is wide open, and gives long-hitters the advantage late in the game.

SilverHorn Golf Club

SilverHorn Golf Club

Address: 1100 W Bitters Rd, San Antonio, TX 78216 - MAP
Phone: (210) 545-5300
Web: www.silverhorngolfclub.com

The Republic Golf Club

The Republic Golf Club

Address: 4226 Southeast Military Dr, San Antonio, TX 78205 - MAP
Phone: (210) 359-0000
Web: republicgolfclub.com

Nestled along the Salado Creek is an exciting new entry into San Antonio's golf scene: The Republic Golf Club.

Nestled along the Salado Creek is an exciting new entry into San Antonio's golf scene: The Republic Golf Club. Qualifying rounds for the Senior U.S. Open take place here under the shade (and challenge) of oaks, elms and mesquite trees, which line all of Republic's wide fairways.

The club was named the ninth best golf course in the state of Texas by The Dallas Morning News. It was also cited as the best golf course in San Antonio by the San Antonio Express-News.

Designed by Art Schaupeter, the 18-hole, par 71 course opened in 2002. The Republic Golf Course is also known for its large greens and hosts the PGA Tour's Valero Texas Open.

Willow Springs Golf Course

Willow Springs Golf Course

Address: 202 AT&T Center Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78219 - MAP
Phone: (210) 226-6721
Web: www.alamocitygolftrail.com

Willow Springs Golf Course is a popular one for San Antonio golfers, boasting the longest hole in the city at 663 yards.

Willow Springs Golf Course is a popular one for San Antonio golfers, boasting the longest hole in the city at 663 yards. Located in east San Antonio within a few minutes driving distance from major attractions, the Willow Springs Golf Course features long open fairways and is one of the oldest golf courses in San Antonio.

However, history meets modern updates at Willow Springs. The course opened in 1923 and was redesigned in 1975. Water challenges come into play on 7 holes and the facility hosts several Texas Open professional golfing tournaments each year.

Designed by Emil Loeffler/John McGlynn, the Willow Springs Golf Course is located across the street from the AT&T Center; home of the NBA Champions, the San Antonio Spurs.

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