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TPC San Antonio's AT&T Oaks Course, designed by Greg Norman and player consultant Sergio Garcia, features narrow fairways and difficult green complexes, not to mention loads of large bunkers. The Oaks plays on gently rolling land, and there is less than 100 feet of difference between the high and low point of the course.
About 20 miles east of Austin, Texas is the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort, home to the 18-hole Wolfdancer Golf Club as well as a slew of other outdoor activities to enjoy. The course makes up a small part of the resort, which is a great place to escape and enjoy.
The newest addition to the golf scene in Texas is a big one: The JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort, home to the TPC San Antonio's AT&T Oaks and AT&T Canyons courses. This is the largest JW Marriott Resort in the world, set on 600 acres and featuring 1,002 rooms, a 28,000-square-foot spa, six-acre water park, seven dining options and four large conference rooms.
Designed by Texas A&M alum Jeff Blume, the new 7,008-yard Campus Course at Texas A&M University is an upgrade in every way from the old golf course that had been there since 1952. Blume, who has designed and redesigned several courses in the Houston area and beyond, patterned the new course after the classic early American golf courses of the Northeast. Without a doubt, the Aggies have a campus course of which they can be most proud.
It may be a "hidden gem" to national audiences, but golfers in the Texas Hill Country know Delaware Springs Golf Course quite well. The facility really is the total package, with perhaps its only shortcoming being that it's a little too far from Austin to be a regular play for its residents.
Host of the Valero Texas Open, the AT&T Oaks at TPC San Antonio has earned a reputation as one of the PGA Tour's toughest courses since it began hosting the tournament in 2010. Take a closer look with this photo gallery.