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Play These 17 Texas Golf Courses

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Plan your next visit to Texas and bring your clubs – you won't want to miss out on any of these Texas golf courses. From Corpus Christi along the gulf coast, to Dallas, and Amarillo in the Panhandle, you'll find a fun challenge at any of these golf courses.

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John Pitman Municipal Golf Course

Head north in Texas towards the panhandle and visit Hereford, home of the John Pitman Municipal Golf Course. You'll find 18 lush holes to play at John Pitman, which was rated as one of the top "Places to Play" by Golf Digest. Visit from nearby Canyon.

Redstone Golf Club

Northeast of downtown Houston is Humble, the charming and quaint city home to the Shell Houston Open. The annual tournament is played at Redstone Golf Club. Visit the Houston area in early April and check out the PGA event, or play the course any time of year.

Commanche Trail Golf Course

One of only a handful of courses in Amarillo, the Comanche Trail Golf Course is a top choice in the area. With two full-size practice greens for putting and a driving range, you'll find plenty of challenges on the course. Visit from Vega and shoot for par in Texas.

The Rawls Golf Course

The home course of the Texas Teach University golf teams, The Rawls Golf Course is a top Lubbock attraction. Drive in from Levelland and play 18 holes, or enjoy a drink and snack at Jerry's Grill.

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Ratliff Ranch Golf Course Links

In Odessa, be sure to book a tee time for the Ratliff Ranch Golf Course Links. As one of the few Scottish style Links courses in the state, Ratliff Ranch makes for a unique experience across its 18 holes. You can make the easy drive in from Midland or Monahans.

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Ascarate Municipal Golf Course

Tour the border towns of Texas and head for El Paso. The Ascarate Municipal Golf Course is a top golf experience in El Paso, and a quick drive away from Anthony. Play 18 holes at this par 72 course in the far west of Texas.

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Alpine Golf Course

Enjoy your time at Alpine Golf Course in Alpine, TX. Another charming border town, Alpine allows you to play nine holes at the executive Alpine Golf Course – go through twice for a full 18 holes. Alpine Golf Course opened in 1947.

Mission Del Lago Municipal Golf Course

Plan your trip for the southern plains and head for San Antonio. Once there, head for the Mission Del Lago Municipal Golf Course – the drive from Lytle is brief. Just one of the premier examples along the Alamo City Golf Trail, Mission Del Lago is 18 holes, featuring wide, rolling fairways dotted with bunkers.

The Republic Golf Club

Known as the "#1 course in San Antonio," The Republic Golf Course is an ideal golf destination. Whether you're visiting San Antonio or nearby suburbs like Schertz and Floresville, be sure to experience 18 of the best holes of golf in Texas. The Republic Banquet Facility can also hold up to 200 guests for your next event.

Oso Beach Municipal Golf Course

Visit Corpus Christi and play 18 luxurious holes at the Oso Beach Municipal Golf Course. Yielding stunning views of the coast, Oso Beach Municipal Golf Course is a par 70 playing to a max distance of 6,223 yards. Drive in from nearby Sinton or Robstown and book today.

Pasadena Municipal Golf Course

Popular among Houston locals, the Pasadena Municipal Golf Course is 18 holes spread across 160-acres. Make the short drive in from Katy, Pearland, or Sugar Land and play any day of the week. Pasadena Municipal is between Genoa Red Bluff and Highway 3.

Jimmy Clay-Roy Kizer Municipal Golf Course

Opened in 1994, the Jimmy Clay-Roy Kizer Municipal Golf Course is 18 of the finest holes Austin has to offer. On your next trip into Hill Country, be sure to book a tee time at the Jimmy Clay-Roy Kizer Municipal Golf Course – drive in from Bastrop, Round Rock, or Cedar Park.

Stevens Park Golf Course

"The Rebirth of a Classic." Or so goes the motto at Stevens Park Golf Course, one of the top public courses in all of Dallas. Explore the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area from Seagoville, Garland, or Plano and play 18 manicured holes at Stevens Park. After it's 2011 redesign by Colligan Golf Design, Stevens Park is sure to impress and challenge.

Cedar Crest Golf Course

The site of the 1927 PGA Championship, Cedar Crest Golf Course is a sterling choice for your next visit to Dallas. Not far from suburbs like Duncanville, Grand Prairie, and Irving, Cedar Crest Golf Course is 18 of the most serene and pleasurable holes you'll find in the state.

Arrowhead Golf Club

If your Texas travels have you heading to the East Piney Woods, be sure to head for Tyler – you'll find exceptional golf at the Arrowhead Golf Club. Drive in from Lindale or Kilgore and check out this 18-hole, par 72, public golf course.

Iron Oaks Golf Club

Designed by Johnnie B. Barlow, Iron Oaks Golf Club is a must-play course in Beaumont. A short drive from nearby Vidor and Orange, Iron Oaks Golf Club opened in 2005, and plays to a par 70 across 18 lush and scenic holes near the Gulf Coast.

The Champions Course at Weeks Park

In Wichita Falls, don't pass on a chance to play The Champions Course at Weeks Park. Not far west of Henrietta, The Champions Course at Weeks Park features 18 holes, mixing a blend of narrow and wide fairways, meticulously placed bunkers, and plenty of scenery. Make the drive in from Bowie or Vernon.