From Our Editors
In the heart of the Live Oak Peninsula, lies a hideaway known only to the lucky few, a secluded place called the Rockport Country Club. Read on for a brief by-the-numbers-look at this Texan oasis:
- Earliest beginnings stretch back to the 1880s, when well-to-do Houstonians, Dallasites,and San Antonians sought refuge from city life along the gulf coast.
- 18-hole course was designed by Bill Coore, with consultation help from legendary Jimmy Demeret.
- Access to some 20,000 acres of bays and river systems promise speckled trout and redfish as well as hunting for geese and ducks.
- After a day of golfing, fishing, and hunting, relax at the club with a grilled 12-ounce Black Angus ribeye, finished with herbed butter.