The Lone Star state is divided into seven geographic regions with widely different landscapes. The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. With more than 800 golf courses, Texas is a mecca of golf! With an array of championship courses and several prestigious PGA Tour events – like the HP Byron Nelson Championship at the TPC Four Seasons Resort to some great public courses.
Besides golf, Texas goes from the heights of urban sophistication (and size!) on down to the tiniest, most charming out-of-the-way towns. There is surely no shortage of Country culture here: rodeos, line-dancing and ample opportunities for an adventure by horse or mule. And then there’s the barbecue. It’s hard to find a better place on this planet for a plate of ribs or brisket.
Texas Hill and Country region has become the hub of Texas golf, blessed with oak-covered hills, clear springs, and roads dotted with barbeque shacks and of course home to the hip capital city of Austin known as the ‘Live Music Capital of the World’. Austin has more than 250 live music venues. Further south you can discover the historic city of San Antonio where the Mission San Antonio de Valero (later called the Alamo) was established. In this same area a short way west of these two cities you can explore the historic German town of Fredericksburg home to hundreds of shops and restaurants and the National Museum of the Pacific War.
Along with our host for NAC 2019 Horseshoe bay the region boasts golf resorts of the highest quality such as Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa and Hyatt Lost Pines Resort & Spa whilst closer to San Antonio you can relax and enjoy golf at the Westin La Cantera, JW Marriott or Hyatt Regency Hill Country.