Oak Hills Country Club
|Forward (W)||71||6000 yards||75.9||132|
|Front (W)||71||5312 yards||71.9||122|
|Black M: 72.6/139||351||175||456||383||640||371||458||309||163||3306||513||450||474||218||323||527||384||367||203||3459||6765|
|Blue M: 70.9/133||332||164||426||362||610||352||439||290||135||3110||501||422||441||198||310||506||363||348||183||3272||6382|
|White M: 69.0/128 W: 75.9/132||312||152||413||340||584||336||422||277||115||2951||487||390||412||178||297||491||342||317||135||3049||6000|
|Red W: 71.9/122||301||140||329||283||533||258||422||234||98||2598||450||356||332||136||264||466||310||265||135||2714||5312|
Tough course, with lots of huge live oaks all around. This course has a lot of history, as it hosted the Texas Open quite a number of years ago. It's a members only club and the fairways and greens are pristine and beautifully kept. The greens are tough to read and roll super fast. I think the most historic clubs in San Antonio are this one and Brackenridge. They're both quite challenging, but I think this one is in even better shape than Brack, probably due to the fact that it's a members only club. I was privileged to have been invited here for a gold tourney, hopefully one day I'll get invited to play on it again.
Oakhills CC is a beautiful layout. This course is a challenging day of golf. You can surely be certain that you will run across a bit of tree issues. It is surrounded by tall beautiful live oaks. The course is in the middle of the medical district. If you didn't know it you would think you were somewhere secluded away from the city. Having hosted several PGA tournaments in it's hay day it is an experience that will not forget.