Texas

Top 100 Golf Courses - Texas

BraeBurn

81st Texas - Best in Area

BraeBurn Country Club was formed in 1931 and John Bredimus originally designed the club’s course. Sixty years later, Carlton Gipson redesigned the layout to fashion the eighteen holes that are in play today.

Links at Land's End

82nd Texas - Best in Area

The semi-private Links at Land’s End 18-hole layout is set on a Lake Fork peninsula with the fairways largely routed around the lakeshore. Consequently, water comes into play at no fewer than twelve of the eighteen holes on the scorecard.

Lakes at Castle Hills

83rd Texas - Best in Area

The Lakes at Castle Hills was formed as The Golf Club at Castle Hills in 1999 before a five-month course renovation (and a name change) took place in 2011, when new bunkers and greens were also installed.

La Cantera (Resort)

84th Texas - Best in Area

The Resort course at the 36-hole La Cantera Golf Club hosted fifteen editions of the Texas Open, starting the year that the Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish layout first opened for play in 1995.

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San Antonio

85th Texas - Best in Area

Alex Findlay set out the original 9-hole course at San Antonio Country Club in 1907 and he returned six years later to expand the layout to eighteen holes. It’s been altered a number of times since then, most recently by Brian Silva.

Gentle Creek

86th Texas - Best in Area

The course at Gentle Creek Country Club is the sporting focus at an upmarket residential development in Prosper. It’s routed across 235 acres of forested terrain, with fairways set around a large lake.

Woodlands (Player)

87th Texas - Best in Area

The Player course was the last of the four layouts to debut at the 63-hole Woodlands Country Club golf complex in 2002. It’s by far the most difficult track here, carrying a slope rating of 151 from the back tees.

Memorial Park

88th Texas - Best in Area

Memorial Park is one of five municipal golf courses operated by Houston Parks & Recreation Department. Designed by John Bredemus in 1936, the course hosted the Shell Houston Open from 1951 to 1963.

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Max A. Mandel

89th Texas - Best in Area

The Max A. Mandel Municipal course overlooks and plays along the mighty Rio Grande River where Robert Trent Jones Junior skilfully routed the undulating fairways around a couple of enormous arroyos.

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Dallas Athletic Club (Gold)

90th Texas - Best in Area

Dallas Athletic Club boasts two Jack Nicklaus Signature courses, the Blue and the Gold. The Gold doesn’t have the same championship pedigree as the Blue but it’s still a tough track, laid out around eight lakes.

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