Whether you’re planning a getaway to a major Texas city (all of which are “Best Golf Town in America” candidates) or you feel inspired to fill up the ice chest, spread out the map, and throw the clubs in the back of the car for a road trip, we look forward to helping you plan your golf adventure.
Texas’s expansiveness and its widely varied landscapes create the consummate canvas for the most absorbing golf architecture, where small-town 9-holers, awesome public munis, historic country clubs, and world-class resorts all commingle to paint the perfect masterpiece.
Texas is also blessed with a rich legacy of golf history. Our state spawned Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Babe Zaharias, Harvey Penick, Lee Trevino, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, and countless other legends.
From El Paso to Texarkana, Amarillo to Brownsville, Texas is a kaleidoscope of golf experiences you won’t find anywhere else in the world. With the state’s more than 800 courses, you will uncover places to truly indulge in the game, places where the possibility of a magical links experience always exists, and places that embrace the soul of the Lone Star State. Welcome to Texas, the perfect golf playground.
Golf Course Listings
On this site, you’ll find information about each of the seven region of Texas, with a detailed listing of golf courses found in each region. Plenty of double-checking of addresses, phone numbers, websites, and fees has gone into the production of this resource. Once you have decided your itinerary and golf destination, you should check again to find out about specific course amenities and fee discounts that are available and get updated information.
Texas Travel Information Centers
Twelve information centers are available for the convenience of visitors. Professionally trained travel counselors welcome visitors and provide a wealth of information. Open daily, except major holidays, these centers also answer a toll-free number for trip planning, requests for publications, road conditions, and all other travel information services. Just call 800-452-9292, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
- Amarillo: I-40 (from Oklahoma and New Mexico)
- Anthony: I-10 (from New Mexico)
- Austin: Capitol Complex
- Denison: U.S. Hwy. 75/U.S. Hwy. 69 (from Oklahoma)
- Gainesville: I-35 (from Oklahoma)
- Langtry: U.S. Hwy. 90, Loop 25
- Laredo: I-35 and U.S. Hwy. 83 (from Mexico)
- Orange: I-10 (from Louisiana)
- Rio Grande Valley: U.S. Hwy. 77 and U.S. Hwy. 83 in Harlingen
- Texarkana: I-30 (from Arkansas)
- Waskom: I-20 (from Louisiana)
- Wichita Falls: I-44, U.S. Hwy. 277/U.S. Hwy. 281 (from Oklahoma)