The Lone Star State is the ultimate all-seasons golf playground. Here you can take dead-aim down wildflower-lined fairways in spring, road trip through the West Texas mountain courses blessed by the summer sun, walk the seaside fairways of the Gulf Coast in the fall, or celebrate winter by soaking in an 80-degree sun-kissed day in San Antonio.
Our long and proud links legacy began all the way back in 1895 when two Englishmen built a 6-hole course on a farm at the corner of Haskell and Cole streets in Dallas, and now, 120 years later, the game of golf is still deeply rooted in our soul.
You can walk the same fairways where Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Babe Zaharias, Harvey Penick, Lee Trevino, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Justin Leonard, and Jordan Spieth have courted greatness.
Whatever your golf fix, you’ll find it here. From Amarillo to Brownsville and El Paso to Texarkana, Texas has more than 800 courses with an infinite variety of awesome public munis, historic old country clubs, immaculate small-town 9-holers, and world-class resorts that are rivaled by no other.
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)