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TPC San Antonio (Canyons)

TPC San Antonio (Canyons)

San Antonio, Texas
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Patrick Koenig
01/03
Patrick Koenig
ArchitectBadgePete Dye
San Antonio, Texas
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  • Address23808 Resort Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78261, USA

Shorter and less difficult than the Greg Norman-designed Oaks layout at TPC San Antonio, the Canyons course is a Pete Dye design which has hosted the San Antonio Championship on the Champions Tour since 2011.

The following edited extract is taken from Daniel Wexler’s The American Golf Resort Guide:

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Patrick Koenig
01/03

“The shorter Pete Dye-designed Canyons course is routed along a rolling ridgetop and features narrow, almost bathtub-like bunkers often set parallel to the line of play. Because the bunkering is less invasive than the Dye norm and water is seldom a feature, the Canyons slopes at only 136 – but there is no shortage of challenge here.

The front nine is anchored by the four-hole mid-section that includes the 381-yard 3rd, the 182-yard 4th (the layout’s only true water hole), the 451-yard 5th and the strategically-bunkered 565-yard uphill 6th.

The back nine opens with the 400-yard dogleg right 10th (which dares a downhill tree- and sand-lined shortcut) and peaks in a home stretch that includes the 224-yard 16th (played across a wide depression to a green elevated above left-side sand) and the 482-yard par four finisher.”

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Pete Dye captained the college team in his youth before going on to qualify for the US Open in 1957. He won the Indiana State Amateur, took part in The Amateur in 1963 and played in five US Amateurs.

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