Founded by Texas Rangers in 1838, Seguin has lots to offer. Tee up for either of our two pristine 18-hole golf courses. The holes are challenging, green fees are low, and fairways are flanked by century-old pecan trees. So, play a round. Then stay around and play the other course tomorrow. Meanwhile, enjoy historic downtown’s charm, great dining, unique shops and comfortable accommodations. Take a free tour of Sebastopol House, the 1856 Greek Revival mansion turned museum and one of the best-preserved examples of “limecrete” architecture in the U.S. Or, gawk at more than 8,000 nutcrackers from all over the world at the Pape Pecan Nutcracker Museum. After a game, grab a bite to eat at our new Power Plant Restaurant in the old hydro-electric plant on the Guadalupe River just south of Max Starcke Park. Whatever you decide to do, your golfing experience will be memorable in Seguin.
The municipal Max Starcke Park Golf Course is a regulation 18-hole course located on the north bank of the Guadalupe River in Max Starcke Park on South Austin Street. Freshly renovated in 2013, facilities include a pro-shop, driving range, and practice and putting greens. Carts can be rented and concessions are available. Open daily. For more information, please call 830-401-2490.
A beautifully appointed championship 18-hole course. From I-10 take Hwy 46 East to F.M. 725 and turn left, then take the first left to River Oak Drive and follow the course around to the entrance. For more information, please call 830-379-6313.