The Cedar Park area is home to many golf courses, each with its own distinct charm and appeal. From public to private, there is something for every skill level and taste. Even if disc golf is your thing. So if you’re looking for a relaxing day on the green, we’ve got you covered. You can play a round of golf and enjoy the fresh air and scenery or you can practice your swing indoors. Either way, you’ll have a great time at one of these golf centered activities. Also, be sure to keep your eye out for local charity golf tournaments. It’s a great way to experience some of the exclusive private courses while helping raise funds for local non-profits and causes. Check with the golf clubs for upcoming events.
Avery Ranch Golf Club
10500 Avery Club Dr in Austin
This well-maintained golf club is surrounded by a beautiful golf course and luxury homes. It features an 18-hole golf course that is pretty challenging, but it is nice and long with lots of shade, a breeze, and even some deer. The course is set on rolling hills and features stunning views of the surrounding Texas Hill Country. You will enjoy a stunning water view of Brushy Creek lake while playing. The club also offers a practice facility with a driving range, putting green, and chipping green. The range can get busy on weekends and evenings, but they have a really good monthly membership or daily rates. Sister courses are Falconhead and Teravista.
Austin Country Club
4408 Long Champ Dr in Austin
Austin’s premier private golf course and social club located in the heart of Austin. The club has hosted several prestigious golf tournaments, including the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. It features an 18-hole championship golf course situated in a beautiful and picturesque location with the Pennybacker bridge in the background and right on the water, making it perfect for weddings and other special occasions. In addition to the golf course, Austin Country Club has a state-of-the-art practice facility with a driving range, a short game area, tennis courts, swimming pools, a fitness center, and dining options. Founded in 1899, Austin Country Club is one of the oldest existing clubs in Texas and home to one of the greatest golf instructors who ever lived, Harvey Penick. Membership required to play unless you are attending a tournament.
Balcones Country Club
8600 Balcones Club Dr in Austin
Balcones Country Club is a classic golf course that features 18 holes with a par of 72 and is designed to challenge golfers of all skill levels. The course is set among hills and trees, meandering past unique custom homes, providing a picturesque backdrop for golfers. The front nine of the golf course is very classic and has some forgiveness while the back nine is more modern with more elevation changes and blind doglegs. The Club also has a bar, clubhouse with good food, friendly people, and amenities. Most visitors say it’s a great place for families to visit and attend their many special events. This is a private club so membership is required.
Brushy Creek Sports Park Disc Golf Course
2310 Brushy Creek R in Cedar Park
This 9-hole public disc golf course is set in a beautiful park with rolling hills and mature trees. The start is wide open and leads to a heavily wooded area where players need to navigate through trees and avoid obstacles to reach the next hole. The holes are unique; some are super long, and others have a good number of trees, so you have to throw around them. Just be extra careful of the terrain; it’s easy to lose your disc. The tee pads are well-maintained and offer good footing for players, and the baskets are in excellent condition.
Butler Pitch & Putt
201 Lee Barton Dr
This 9-hole, par-3 course is a great place to spend an afternoon walking outside and golfing. It’s tucked away close to a town lake, so you get a nice view of the west side of downtown buildings. The atmosphere here is chill and inviting, making it feel like home for anyone who wants to come to play. You don’t have to worry about your skill level–anyone can come here and have a great time. Most people around you are hacking at balls and sending them across the course. Just be careful because the holes are pretty close to each other, so balls may be flying near you. If you want to avoid crowds on Friday evenings, try arriving early in the afternoon or late in the morning when it’s less busy!
Crystal Falls Golf Club
3400 Crystal Falls Pkwy in Leander
The course is set in a picturesque location, with stunning views of the Texas Hill Country and multiple lakes and streams throughout. It also has some very interesting elevated holes that wind through valleys and up hillsides. They have 18 holes to play, with tee times from morning through evening. The views from some of the tee boxes are breathtaking. It is also a great choice for working on the short game by playing on the lighted par-3 courses. The club also has a driving range, a chipping and putting green, and a full-service clubhouse with a restaurant and pro shop.
12332 N FM 620 Building B in Austin
The perfect place to practice your swing. They even have coaching available. It is an indoor golf facility that features state-of-the-art simulators that allow golfers to play virtual rounds on some of the world’s top courses. The space is perfect for hanging out, practicing, and getting some emails and phone calls done. Plus, it has all the amenities you would expect from a top-notch facility, including practice bays and conference rooms for corporate meetings or parties. The coaches are fantastic and will help you improve whether you are just beginning or advanced and just need some tips for improvement. It truly is a state-of-the-art golf facility! You can practice anytime–no matter what the weather outside!
Forest Creek Golf Club
99 Twin Ridge Pkwy in Round Rock
This place is a hidden gem! It’s a public championship golf course that features various holes and requires different shot-making skills. The GPS on the carts is really helpful, too. The price is unbeatable, and the course is beautifully maintained with free range balls included with your green fee. You also get a hot dog and beer, a sleeve of golf balls, and free bottled water–plus free perks like six free playing balls and a lunch ticket included with 18 holes. (check for latest specials) Enjoy their full range of amenities and services including a driving range, short game area, clubhouse with dining and event spaces as well as tournament and event scheduling throughout the year.
Lago Vista Golf Course
4616 Rimrock Dr in Lago Vista
This public 18-hole golf course is situated on the north shore of Lake Travis. It offers scenic views of the lake and surrounding Hill Country. The course meanders through the community with large undulating greens that require skill for putting. The course has some very interesting blind shots and lots of wildlife too–one standout hole is the par-3 13th, which requires players to hit a tee shot over a deep ravine to a well-guarded green. Another notable hole is the par-5 18th, which requires players to hit a long accurate tee shot over water to set up their second shot at a challenging green. The Clubhouse has a chill atmosphere and makes for a nice spot to come for drinks or dinner on your way home!
Legacy Hills Golf Club
301 Del Webb Blvd in Georgetown
The golf course is a private 18-hole facility with shady trees at every hole, first-class groundskeeping and grand competition play. The course is known for its challenging layout and beautiful Hill Country scenery with plenty of wildlife. The greens are large and fast, with subtle breaks that make putting a true test of skill. Most of the players are Sun City residents and take pride in their community. The club also has a robust tournament schedule for players of all skill levels to compete throughout the year.
Morris Williams Golf Course
3851 Manor Rd in Austin
One of several Austin public courses, Morris Williams offers a classic, challenging experience for players of all skill levels. The convenient location in the heart of Austin, excellent facilities, and affordable rates make it a popular choice among locals and visitors alike. Tree-lined fairways are wide, and greens are easy to roll up onto. The Drivers Range is really beautiful with many places to sit for all the people who love to watch! They also have a good clubhouse with a great breakfast and a breezy patio where you can sit with friends and enjoy a Sunday morning watching the golfers. See a full list of Austin Public Courses Here.
River Place Country Club
4207 River Place Blvd
Private golf and country club that features a championship golf course as well as other amenities such as tennis courts, a fitness center, a swimming pool, and a clubhouse with dining facilities. The course is known for its scenic beauty, with views of the surrounding Texas Hill Country and the Colorado River. It is challenging, with undulating fairways, water hazards, and well-placed bunkers that require golfers to use strategy and precision. Every hole looks like a signature hole. You can lose a golf ball on every hole so if you are having problems with your swing, bring plenty of balls to practice with before you go out onto the course. The club has an excellent restaurant that serves breakfast daily until 11 AM and offers lunch specials Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 2 PM.
The Golf Driving Range Round Rock
3533 Greenlawn Blvd
This is one of the best public facilities for golfers to practice their skills! There are over 50 hitting bays with both artificial and real turf at the range. The driving range features target greens, bunkers, and distance markers so that you can practice your strokes in a realistic setting. It has everything you need to practice your golf skills: irons, a dedicated short iron range, a fantastic chipping green with a bunker, and an awesome super-sloped putting green. The staff is very friendly and welcoming; whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, this is the place for you!
Twin Creeks Country Club
3201 Twin Creeks Club Dr
Offers a championship 18-hole golf course with a unique layout that incorporates the natural terrain and features of the surrounding Texas Hill Country, providing a serene and relaxing atmosphere. The 6th hole features a tee shot over water to a well-guarded green, while the 18th hole requires players to navigate around a lake and hit a precise approach shot to a two-tiered green. Fairways are generally wide, but strategically positioned bunkers and water hazards force players to consider their shots carefully. The outdoor patio is a great place to relax and enjoy a meal or drink after a challenging round of golf. Amenities including tennis courts and a pool add value for guests interested in other recreational activities beyond golfing; dining options at onsite restaurants are also appealing as their event spaces are available for weddings and other occasions.
Williamson County Disc Golf Course
221-255 Perry Mayfield Blvd in Leander
The course is located inside the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park and is a popular place to visit for local disc golf enthusiasts. It has become known for its stunning scenery, challenging terrain, and properly maintained fairways. Players of all skill levels will find the 18-hole course to be challenging, but it will definitely step up your game considering it’s covered in trees. It also features extremely difficult technical courses that will undoubtedly encourage you to improve as a player. There are restrooms, shops, and picnic areas on the golf course. It’s free and open to the public. Donations are welcome to help with the maintenance and improvement of the course.
Wildflower Disc Golf Micro-Course
2608 Corabella Pl in Cedar Park
It is a small, putter-only golf course. It consists of 9 holes and is designed to provide a quick and convenient disc golf experience for players of all skill levels. The course is relatively short, with holes ranging from around 100 to 250 feet in length. The terrain is mostly flat with a few slight elevation changes, and the holes are positioned in and around a grove of trees, providing some natural obstacles and challenges for players. Because of its tiny space, it’s great for approach shots, uphill and downhill, and putting practice. See more dicc golf courses here.
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