At Delaware Springs Golf Course, golfers work their way across nearly 7,000 yards of pristine greens, water hazards, and sand traps. Each of the 18 holes features four tees, meaning players of all levels can find a comfort zone from which to drive. Some holes, however, present stiffer challenges than others: the eighth, for instance, stretches to 526 yards and is one of several stops where water comes into play. After conquering the course's hurdles, players can visit the on-site pro shop and enjoy refreshments at the restaurant. Or, they can stop by the driving range to practice after the course shuts down and staff members return the greens to their storage cases.
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Designed by 1992 Masters Golf Tournament champion Fred Couples, the course at Twin Creeks Country Club drapes over 195 acres of Texas Hill Country framed by rocky outcroppings and natural hazards. Players traverse the course’s 7,033 yards along a pristine bermuda grass path from tee to green, though many gleaming white-sand bunkers may interrupt a string of stellar lies with tricky up-and-downs or inspire the sudden desire for players to fill their hourglasses with extra time. The club’s eponymous creeks wind the length of the course in a slithery tango—entering play on 13 of the holes—and ravines filled with century-old oak and pecan trees present still more snares. Players can check the club’s course-conditions page prior to a round for an idea of the day’s crowds, weather, and pin positions, which change each day of the week except Monday, when the course is closed.
Twin Creeks Country Club also boasts a 15,000-square-foot clubhouse complete with an upscale restaurant, bar and lounge, locker rooms, and pro shop. Outdoors, 10,000 square feet of earth play host to myriad events, and a covered area shelters diners from torrential golf balls.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Total length of 7,033 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 75.7 from the back tees
Course slope of 142 from the back tees
Five sets of tees per hole
Designed by Fred Couples