Home to more than 900 golf courses, Texas is a golfer’s paradise. Being the second largest state in the US, there’s plenty of space to play golf and each city is a bustling metropolis of experiences, activities and sights. A golf tour around Texas allows you to experience the very best of the vast Texan landscape, including the stunning Texas Hill Country.
Known as the live music capital of the world, Texas’ vibrant cities of Austin, Houston and Dallas are equipped with a variety of courses within their vicinity to tee off on, as well as an abundance of activities to keep you occupied while you’re away from the course.
“Texas is a blend of valor and swagger.”Carl Sandburg
Premier Golf can tailor luxury golf vacations to Texas, with expert help and guidance from friendly representatives. Our experts can recommend the best courses to play and places to stay to ensure your trip is memorable.
It’s the vast mountainous and canyon-adorned landscape that attracts most golfers to Texas. The consistent weather and vibrant cities that make up the landscape are just an added bonus.
Why not visit the famed San Antonio River Walk, or visit the Houston Space Center? A tour around Texas can lead you to the site of the Battle of Alamo. Also situated in San Antonio, The Alamo caters to historians, who want to learn more about this famous 19th-century battleground.
Texas’s golf scene includes the Texas Longhorns men’s golf, who have inducted a group of amateur golfers since their first 1927 season. San Antonio is also the host of the Valero Texas Open, a PGA tournament that dates back to 1922. The very best golf courses in Texas include the TPC San Antonio at the JW Marriott resort, which features two Pete Dye and Greg Norman designed 18-hole courses. The Omni Barton Creek Resort situated in Austin a buzzing golf hub, and the Golf Club of Houston.
The main or Austin golf courses include the famed Omni Barton Creek golf resort and the Riverside Golf Course. As Austin is the capital of Texas, there are also plenty of other things to do when you’re not golfing.
Take a trip into the bustling city centre to experience an abundance of activities. Why not combine the a golf trip with the annual formulae one grand prix or a major music concert?
San Antonio is the number 1 golf destination in Texas. With a selection of world renowned courses, including JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort, which is a very popular vacation spot.
San Antonio is also home to the La Cantera Palmer Course, which is so named due to its designer, golfing legend Arnold Palmer.
Houston is home to a variety of golf clubs and courses, including Hermann Park Golf Course, Wildcat Golf Club, Lakeside Country Club, and countless others.
Each offers it’s own unique experience, representing the very essence of Texas golfing – variety.
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You can rest assured that when booking with us, you’ll receive great customer service and support from our team of friendly golf travel experts. We take care of every step of your booking to ensure the golf trip of a lifetime.
Texas has 907 golf courses.
Courses are open year-round in Texas, given the seasons allow it. However, for ideal weather, we recommend the November to April season.
The Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour is hosted at TPC San Antonio, one of the resorts you can book with our JW Marriott San Antonio packages.
Given that the state is vast, it offers access to diverse courses across different regions. Some of the most acclaimed golf destinations include Austin, San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and West Texas.
Yes, you can, although summer months can be very hot. We recommend Fall and Spring as the best times of year to play in Texas.
November to April has cooler but still sunny and warm weather, perfect for golfing.
We offer packages for golfers looking to enjoy the courses in Texas, including accommodation and play, in one comprehensive, customizable purchase.
There hasn’t been a major tournament in Texas since 1969, but the PGA Championship will be hosted at the new PGA Frisco Resort in 2027, and the US Women’s Open will be played in December 2023.