Texas Hill Country – a beautiful blend of historic towns, stunning scenery, low and slow BBQ, and world-class golf. From Austin to San Antonio, explore the old ‘Wild West’ cowboy towns of Fredericksburg and Bandera. Relax at the luxury lakefront resort of Horseshoe Bay and play golf at world-class tour venues, including TPC San Antonio.
Experience the culture and history of the lone star state, take a leisurely stroll along the riverwalk in downtown San Antonio, including a tour of the iconic Alamo. Enjoy the vibrant music scene of booming Austin, and indulge at some of the country’s most opulent resorts.
Hill Country can be enjoyed year-round, and is easily accessible across the US, with flights into Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) or San Antonio International Airport (SAT). Our golf travel experts have created the ideal trip to enjoy the best of this bucket list destination.
Arrive at Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) and collect your rental car transportation (ask us about getting private group minibus transfers for a group).
Consider a visit to downtown Austin for a look around Rainey Street or perhaps some BBQ at Franklin’s, Cooper’s or Terry Black’s?
Continue to Marble Falls and check into the Horseshoe Bay Resort. Recommend dining tonight at the Waterfront Bar and Grill overlooking Lake Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ).
Golf at Slick Rock GC by Robert Trent Jones Sr, and ranked in the top 50 Courses in Texas you can play by The Dallas Morning News.
In nearby Marble Falls, the Bear King Brewing Company serves great local beers and is a perfect place for casual dining.
Round of golf today at Apple Rock (Jones Sr) also a top 50 Texas course. Consider some Paddle Boarding or fishing on Lake LBJ after golf.
The small Holy Smokes BBQ or Inman’s Ranch House Bar-B-Q in Marble Falls are both local favorites for hometown Texas brisket and sausage.
Third round of golf today on the Ram Rock GC (top ranked HSB course), or perhaps the affiliated Summit Rock GC (private Nicklaus course) just down the road.
The Bayside Spa is a great way to cap off your Horseshoe Bay Resort stay, followed by dinner at The Yacht Club.
Check out of Horseshoe Bay Resort and drive to Fredericksburg for some antique shopping, a visit to some of the over 50 wineries, and to The National Museum of the Pacific War (Admiral Nimitz’s hometown).
Have a hearty German meal before visiting tiny Luckenbach for a cold one and some country music made famous by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson.
Continue about 1 hour to San Antonio and check in at the wonderful JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. After a busy day, enjoy some casual dining at the resort in Cibolo Moon restaurant.
Back to golf today and a round on TPC San Antonio’s Pete Dye Design, The Canyons. A classic Texas Hill Country golf experience and host of 5 PGA TOUR Champions events and a Korn Ferry Tour event.
This afternoon take a short ride into downtown San Antonio and visit The Alamo, a former Spanish Mission that in 1836 was site of a 13-day standoff and siege during the Texas Revolution.
Enjoy a walk on the famed Riverwalk, perhaps a sightseeing boat ride, and choose from one of the many restaurants along the banks.
Highlight round of golf today on The Oaks course at TPC San Antonio, host of the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open since 2010.
The Oaks is a tough course, so this afternoon consider some pampering at the Lantana Spa, or the 1,100-foot Lazy River in the extensive River Bluff Water Experience onsite. No better way to end a great Texas Hill Country experience than dinner in the 18 Oaks Steakhouse in the resort.
Check out of the JW Marriott and drive 1 hour back to Austin Bergstrom (AUS), or 25 minutes to San Antonio International Airport (SAT), turn in your rental vehicle, and depart.
Texas Hill Country makes for the ideal golf trip. Combining history, culture, and great food, with some of the best golf in the USA.
Rarely on a golf vacation will you be able to fill your time off the golf course with such variety.
7 nights accommodation based on twin/double share
5 rounds of golf
Self Drive Automatic Rental Car or Transfers for groups
Sightseeing and restaurant recommendations
All taxes and fees included
From $2,220 per person
Based on non-peak travel, group of 4 golfers sharing twin/double.
Excludes Airfaire, Transfers & Caddies.
“Consider an extension in Austin for a couple of nights downtown, for music and dining, or a stay at the nearby Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa and golf on one of their four courses.”
Bill Hogan, Business Development Manager, Premier Golf, is a GOLF Magazine World and USA Top 100 Panelist.
This Tour does not include Flights, Dinner reservations (these can be arranged by our concierge team) Caddies or Carts unless stated (these can be arranged by your sales agent)
While the answers may be subjective and change depending on who you ask, Horseshoe Bay Resort’s Summit Rock is perhaps the highest-rated public course in Hill Country.
We include all the courses mentioned above, accommodation, green fees, and all taxes related to the package.
The best times to visit the Texas Hill Country for golf are in the fall or spring when the weather is mildest and the scenery is gorgeous.
All our golf tour packages are customizable and can be changed to include other courses in the area for a fuller experience.
You can book a golf tour in the Texas Hill Country with our Texas Hill Country Tour package, which includes accommodation, green fees, and all related taxes.