Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 18
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 18
Cedar Creek Golf Course in San Antonio may be a muni, but it offers resort-quality golf. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 1
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 1
Cedar Creek Golf Course in San Antonio starts with a fairly challenging 415-yard par 4. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 3
The no. 1-handicap hole at Cedar Creek Golf Course is the 435-yard, par-4 third. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 5
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 5
At 535 yards from the tips, the fifth at Cedar Creek Golf Course is a reachable par 5. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 10
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 10
Certainly one of Cedar Creek Golf Course's signature holes, the par-4 10th plays from a highly elevated tee. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 11
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 11
The long par-4 11th is the no. 2-handicap hole at Cedar Creek Golf Course in San Antonio. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 12
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 12
The 340-yard, par-4 12th at Cedar Creek Golf Course may be short, but it does pose some difficulty with its sharp dogleg. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 13
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 13
The green on the par-5 13th at Cedar Creek Golf Course is well protected. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 15
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - No. 15
The par-4 15th is rated the no. 18-handicap hole at Cedar Creek Golf Course, but it certainly isn't a pushover. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Cedar Creek Golf Course - 18th
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Cedar Creek Golf Course - 18th
Cedar Creek Golf Course ends with a good risk-reward par 5. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor

Cedar Creek Golf Course in San Antonio, Texas: Resort golf views at a muni price

SAN ANTONIO -- One of seven facilities on the Alamo Golf Trail, Cedar Creek Golf Course represents one of San Antonio's best as well at a fraction of the price.

Designed by Finger, Dye and Spann and opened in 1989, this par-72 that plays nearly 7,200 yards is a championship venue that will test all levels of players. Located north of Loop 1604 in the edge of the Texas Hill Country, the golf course has plenty of movement and several great views, including a panoramic vista from the 10th tee.

Over-seeded fairways and greens make Cedar Creek a good winter play as well. A large comfortable clubhouse that overlooks the golf course completes the experience.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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