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Gorgeous Golf Courses in the Hill Country for Your Spring Games

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With numerous great golfing options throughout the Texas Hill Country, you’ll be happy to know that everything from driving ranges to basic par 3’s to amazing courses that are professionally designed are available to support your passion. The ability to spend the day on a course relaxing, enjoying the scenery, and improving your golf game is something of which many can only dream. So, why not plan a day or two finding your way to these great places to golf in the Texas Hill Country? When the weather’s perfect, there’s nothing that can beat it! Here are three local courses to check out, even if for the only reason of spending time out in the fresh air, for the love of the game.

1. Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort

Gorgeous Golf Courses in the Hill Country for Your Spring Games

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The course at Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort has seen an amazing overhaul by Tripp Davis, the world-famous course architect. The resort has invested more than $2 million in its improvements to make their course the amazing experience it has become. It’s open to the public in addition to members and those staying at the resort, and welcomes players of all levels. The views are incomparable at this gorgeous property lined with oaks and dotted with rolling hills and amazingly manicured greens. This Texas Hill Country property is open seven-days-a-week and has been called the “#1 most improved public course in the nation” by Golf Inc. Magazine.

2. La Cantera Golf Club

Gorgeous Golf Courses in the Hill Country for Your Spring Games

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Named for the district of San Antonio that it’s located in, La Cantera Golf Club features some of the most beautiful views in the Texas Hill Country. Atop one of the highest spots in the area, those playing a round here have the opportunity to look out over the city. The club features both a resort course and one designed by Arnold Palmer. It was also the setting for the Valero Texas Open from 1995 to 2009, and for a PGA Tour 72-hole cumulative score of 255 by Tommy Armour III, in 2003.

3. The Golf Club of Texas

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