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Brackenridge Park Golf Course, San Antonio

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To be at the heart of San Antonio's buzzing atmosphere and attractions, stay along the city's River Walk. Lined with hotels of all levels, the area is known for excellent dining and nightlife, and is close to all of the city's main sights. While this area tends to be pricier than other neighborhoods, it is the best option for those traveling without a car who want to take full advantage of their vacation time in San Antonio. For a more rustic experience, venture outside of the city limits to stay at one of the old-world guest ranches that dot the beautiful countryside.
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  • Course is very nice. In great condition in May. It is a tight course but not very long. No water hazards on front 9, but plenty of carries on the back. No driving range.  more »
  • Part of the Alamo Golf Trail, this is the oldest course in the state of Texas and has been around for 101 years. It's a beautiful tree lined course, a bit narrow, but makes for a challenging and enjoy...  more »
  • This is the first public course in Texas. It was designed by Tillinghast (designer of some great courses from Interlochen in Minnesota to Bethpage Black in New York). For those reasons, it was worth t...  more »
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  • This is one of the best kept secrets in Texas !! Ten min to the airport and ten minutes to downtown, and 45 minutes to the Hill Country. Square Greens are on 5 greens and bunkers on every holes... Elevated greens on several holes.. Very walkable.....
  • Alright full disclosure: I was employed here in 2015-2016. I'm a little biased and also a little frustrated with rates and staffing. The policies and procedures seem like they change on a weekly basis and there is not a lot of "team" building. Rates could be a bit more fair to residents of San Antonio. $75 on a weekend for a municipal (tax payer owned) golf course is a little steep. Their pricing and specials are like reading hieroglyphics. Their "programs" are confusing to say the least while again changing every year to something different or more revenue generating. The course is ALWAYS IN GREAT SHAPE! The place is beautiful and historic. It certainly is a good walk spoiled by the game itself. Only 3 stars... for now. To get 5 stars from me you either have to give me free bacon or serve mouthwatering food. I'm a golf professional and I have high standards.
  • Very difficult course, don't forget your sand wedge, tight treelined fairways with sand bunkers all over the place, several holes have a "bunker hazard" instead of a water hazard. While this may afford you a chance to save the ball, sometimes it is better to have to drop, instead of the 3 strokes getting out of a STEEP bunker
  • Great course, always friendly staff, great difficulty level for moderate level golfers
  • This course is beautiful. The greens are challenging but fair. Great sense of history!