Texas is loaded with some of the best golf resorts in the United States. This page will feature reviews of the best Texas Golf Resorts that we have stayed and played. Our goal is to have Texas Golf Resort reviews for all of the Texas Golf Resorts. Our unbiased golf resort review will tell you what we think about the resort, the accommodations, amenities, and nearby things to see and do. And of course there will be a review and rating of the resort’s golf course.
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North Texas Golf Resort Reviews
Four Seasons Resort & Spa – La Colinas – home to the Bryron Nelson, two spectacular courses, a spa, huge fitness center, tennis courts, pool, good dining and more – how can you beat that? The Cliffs Resort & Spa – Possum Kingdom Lake – The Cliffs has one of the best courses in Texas with plenty of variety and unique, scenic, and very challenging holes – a must play course. Plus you’ll find a choice of great accommodations, a very good restaurant, a spa, marina with boat rentals, tennis courts, reasonable rates, and more. Read our review of The Cliffs . The Tribute – The Colony – Old world charm, a very unique overnight experience in large well-appointed suites of varying sizes, an outstanding golf course, and magnificent facilities will make your golf and stay very memorable, learn more about. White Bluff Resort – Lake Whitney – White Bluff Resort is home to two excellent Bruce Lietzke designed courses, excellent golf stay and play lodging, several good amenities to enjoy, personable service, and very reasonable rates. Read our review of White Bluff Resort to learn more.
East Texas Golf Resort Reviews
Crown Colony Country Club – Lufkin – Stay in a very nice Villa a chip shot away from the Pro Shop, restaurant, swimming pool, tennis and racquetball courts. Play golf on a course that is consistently rated as one of the best courses in Texas.. Garden Valley Golf Club – Lindale – you’ll find an outstanding golf course (it’s in our Top 25 Favorite Texas Courses) that is always in good condition, very scenic, and provides a memorable round of golf. Garden Valley has a wide variety of accommodations from a very rustic lakefront house to brand newer more upscale dockside cabins next to the Club House with a view of the 18th green and the lake. You can also enjoy two pools, a fitness center, good food, and more. Click here to
Central Texas Golf Resort Reviews
Lakeway Resort & Spa – Austin/Lakeway – Sitting on a bluff over looking Lake Travis, Lakeway Resort & Spa offers guests lots of outstanding amenities, some of which include: access to 4 excellent golf courses, water sports, a fantastic pool complex, comfortable accommodations, good dining options, and more. Read our review of Lakeway Resort & Spa to learn more.
Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort – Boerne – Note – As of April 2018, Tapatio Springs Resort is closed for repairs and renovations until sometime in 2019. The golf course is open for play. What makes this one of the best golf resorts in Texas is beautiful scenery with towering 1900 foot rolling hills, lakes, limestone cliffs, and waterfalls; a very fun and challenging 18 holes of golf; affordable rates; and good amenities – read our review of Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resortto learn more. $2 million in restorations to Tapatio Springs’ Championship Golf Course were completed in the fall of 2015 and the course is once again popping up on every golfer’s must play list. Hyatt Regency Hill Country Spa & Resort – San Antonio – The Hyatt is an excellent resort to spend a weekend or more playing golf, enjoying luxury accommodations, sampling some good food, and taking advantage of the spa, 900′ rambling river, tennis courts, and more. Plus you can play 27 holes of outstanding golf that will fit the skill levels of any player. To learn more about the resort and courses, read our JW Marriott Golf Resort & Spa – San Antonio – Wow, this is a very impressive resort with two fantastic golf courses – TPC AT&T Oaks and TPC AT&T Canyons Course. Both are very fun, scenic, challenging, and in excellent condition. The Resort also has outstanding amenities including several good restaurants, a fantastic waterpark, spa, sports bar, exercise rooms, and more. Read our review of the JW Marriott Golf Resort. Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa – Austin – it’s not often that you’ll get to play 4 award winning courses designed by some of the best architects (Ben Crenshaw, Tom Fazio, and Arnold Palmer) plus enjoy a beautiful tiered poolscape, 5 excellent restaurants, luxury accommodations, a fantastic spa, and more. Read Texas Outside’s Review of the Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa to learn more. La Cantera Resort & Spa – San Antonio – Both of the La Cantera Resort & Spa courses, the Resort Course and the Palmer Course are in Texas Outside’s Top 20 Texas Courses plus La Cantera Resort & Spa made Conde Nast Traveler Magazine “Top 100 Golf Resorts” list. The Resort offers great accommodations, several dining choices, majestic panoramic views, tennis courts, a spa, fantastic pools, and outstanding service. Read our review of La Cantera Resort & Spa .
South East Texas Golf Resort Reviews
Margaritaville Lake Resort Lake Conroe – Montgomery – Wow, what an outstanding and fun resort on the shoreline of Lake Conroe. It’s loaded with lots of amenities including: 18 holes of golf, a spa, lazy river, 6 bars and dining options, lake view suites and lakeside cottages, 3 pools, splash pads, boat rentals, tennis and racquetball courts, mini golf, fitness center, and a Jimmy Buffett laid back vibe! Learn more about our fun stay at Margaritaville Lake Resort.
West Texas Golf Resort Reviews
Lajitas Golf Resort – Lajitas Lajitas is a little difficult to get to but well worth the trip and you need to add tit o your “Must Visit.” Black Jack Crossing Golf Course is rated as the Best Golf Course in Texas. The Resort is just as special with tons of fun amenities like white water rafting, horseback riding, clay shooting, biking, zipline tours, a good restaurant, hiking, and a variety of unique accommodations. To learn more read Lajitas Resort Review .
If you’re interested in Golf Resorts in California, Arizona, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Missouri, New Mexico, and Oregon, then take a look out Texas Outside’s Out Of Texas Golf Resort Reviews.
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