THE 10 BEST San Antonio Golf Courses (with Photos) – Tripadvisor

I played both the Oaks and the Canyons at the TPC in San Antonio last week only three days after Jordan Spieth won the Valero Open. Of the two courses, the Oaks is the tournament course and has several signature holes, especially 16 and 18 that make the round worth the price. The course was in great shape with amazing views of the San Antonio hill country. The pins were place in extremely difficult positions and the greens were fast. The course is long. Even the green tees, are 6300 yards, but it plays much longer. On our final day, we played the Canyons course. It is shorter and a little easier, with even more spectacular views than the Oaks. I would actually play the Canyons over the Oaks, if it weren’t for the tournament history I remember when I’m playing the Oaks. The only drawback to my stay was the service. It was ok, but not what you would expect from such a five star resort. No food or drink service available at our 7:30 am tee time and the cart girl did it arrive until around 9:30. The cart area and pro shop area are also a little stand-off “ish” and could be more helpful and friendly. Overall, a good experience, but I prefer La Cantera and the Palmer a few miles away.