Texas Collegiate Amateur Tour

Texas Collegiate Amateur Tour Courses

TPC San Antonio - AT&T Oaks

TPC San Antonio - AT&T Oaks

The TPC San Antonio TPC San Antonio opened in January 2010 with two 18-hole championship golf courses designed by two of golf's most innovative architects: Pete Dye and Greg Norman. Both courses play host to TOUR events with the AT&T Oaks Course serving as the venue for the PGA TOUR's Valero Texas Open since 2010. The AT&T Canyons Course is the site of the AT&T Championship, a Champions Tour stop in October.

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The GC of Dallas

The GC of Dallas

The GC of Dallas is home to the Dallas Baptist golf teams & PGA Tour Q-School Qualifier & Texas Amateur Qualifier.

TPC San Antonio - Canyons

TPC San Antonio - Canyons

The TPC San Antonio TPC San Antonio opened in January 2010 with two 18-hole championship golf courses designed by two of golf's most innovative architects: Pete Dye and Greg Norman. Both courses play host to TOUR events with the AT&T Oaks Course serving as the venue for the PGA TOUR's Valero Texas Open since 2010. The AT&T Canyons Course is the site of the AT&T Championship, a Champions Tour stop in October.

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GC of Houston - Tournament

GC of Houston - Tournament

The GC of Houston Tournament Course hosts the Shell Houston Open, where the world's top players vie for excellence on the Rees Jones/David Toms-designed course. As enjoyable to play as it is beautiful, this course has abundant native plants and wildlife, there is a sense of serenity and solitude unique for a course that is mere minutes from downtown Houston.

Horseshoe Bay – RamRock

Horseshoe Bay – RamRock

Known as the "Challenger," Ram Rock has narrow fairways and rolling Crenshaw Bentgrass greens which are surrounded by 62 deep bunkers, ten water hazards and natural dry creeks on six holes. With its dramatic elevation changes, Ram Rock offers enough length and difficulty to challenge scratch players in any group and features an especially demanding island green par 3 hole (No. 4).