Brackenridge Park Golf Course

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Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
2315 Avenue B
San Antonio, TX 78215-1030
(210) 226-5612
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robert_43

I am a native San Antonian, high school golf team member late Sixties. I played"Brack" a lot before college and again after college "75-6. I remember first Eagle on 9,with 3 wood and 12" putt. Crazy fun. Trinity golf coach (lady) gave me small adjustment tips while team hit balls at practice range. Fun.'75.
I have yet to play it as remodel but spent many years on Tillinghast course in Dallas (Cedar Crest) which was restored by D.A. Weibring group to original tees and greensand layout mostly. Nice job. '27 PGA played there. Hagen won.
Back in high school on the back nine was a fence from neighbor's property line with small hole chest high. Lady sold ham salad sandwiches till she ran out. 50 cents. Mmmm. Enchiladas in clubhouse were good in the day.

Jim Roschek

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Designed by AW Tillinghast, enshrined into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and the first Municipal course in Texas, Brackenridge Park is a must play when in San Antonio. Current home of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Completely remodeled in 2008, Brackenridge Park is fun to play, in very good condition, and challenging. After golf, walk through the Texas Golf Walk of Fame which highlights every Texas golfer in its Hall of Fame.

Jim Roschek

4

Designed by AW Tillinghast, enshrined into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and the first Municipal course in Texas, Brackenridge Park is a must play when in San Antonio. Current home of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Completely remodeled in 2008, Brackenridge Park is fun to play, in very good condition, and challenging. After golf, walk through the Texas Golf Walk of Fame which highlights every Texas golfer in its Hall of Fame.

Jim Roschek

4

Designed by AW Tillinghast, enshrined into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and the first Municipal course in Texas, Brackenridge Park is a must play when in San Antonio. Current home of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Completely remodeled in 2008, Brackenridge Park is fun to play, in very good condition, and challenging. After golf, walk through the Texas Golf Walk of Fame which highlights every Texas golfer in its Hall of Fame.

Jim Roschek

4

Designed by AW Tillinghast, enshrined into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and the first Municipal course in Texas, Brackenridge Park is a must play when in San Antonio. Current home of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Completely remodeled in 2008, Brackenridge Park is fun to play, in very good condition, and challenging. After golf, walk through the Texas Golf Walk of Fame which highlights every Texas golfer in its Hall of Fame.

Course Details/History

  • Architect Name – A.W. Tillinghast/(R)John Colligan
  • Regulation Length Holes – 18
ParRatingSlopeYardage
Blue tee7270.11226,185
White tee7267.71185,767
Red tee7268.01125,216
Front Nine
Hole123456789Out*
Blue tee3482004943713453493631874703127
White tee3321694683523253243321664492917
Red tee3161384423333002993011454282702
Par43544443536
Back Nine
Hole101112131415161718In*
Blue tee3513143914864973751563221663058
White tee3352733794594743471492951392850
Red tee3192672884323963191072681182514
Par44455434336
*Par value varies depending on tee boxes used.