Review: Brackenridge Park Golf Course
The back 9 has a different feel to it, it isn’t as dense even though many of the holes are side by side again, there are a few more creative designs. The 10th hole is a picturesque par 3 with a carry over water. The next few holes are in some thinner trees and zigzag back and forth until you meet the 14th hole. This long par 4 is tough to reach in 2. It takes a long drive with a long second shot over water into to an elevated green. Probably the toughest hole on the course. The 16th is a fascinating hole with a giant tree right in the middle of the fairway. But for better golfers, hitting a towering drive over the tree isn’t too difficult. Both 17 and 18 are tough holes coming in. They both have water that you must navigate and with enough trees, accuracy is still important.
It might not “wow” you like some of the new courses in town, but enjoying an old-school design at a reasonable price is a round well worth playing while in San Antonio, TX.
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+Oldest public course in TX