Top 25 Most Expensive Golf Courses in Texas That Cost $90+ (2022)

See the top average price and economy golf course.

The fee is the cost of a green fee and cart for a prime tee time on Saturday. Fees are as of March 2022. Actual rates may vary. At some resorts, a player must be invited to the resort to play the course. To be eligible for the ranking, a course must have been evaluated by nine members of the jury.

Ranking 2022 Course Location
Call
Designate Year
to open
Costs 2021
rank
1 The Crossing of Black Jack Lajitas
432-424-5080
Lanny Wadkins 2011 $298 1
2 TPC San Antonio,
AT&T Oaks
San Antonio
210-491-5800
Greg Norman 2010 $298 3
3 Omni Barton Creek Complex,
Fazio foothills
Austin
512-329-4653
Tom Fazio nineteen eighty one $285 2
4 TPC San Antonio,
AT&T Canyons
San Antonio
210-491-5800
Dye Pete 2010 $298 5
5 Houston Golf Club,
Tournament route
Humble
281-454-6590
Reese Jones, David Toms 2005 $161 18
6 Memorial Park Golf Course Houston
713-862-4033
x-John Bredemus
y-Marr and River
1936 $110 8
7 Pine Dunes Resort Frankston
903-876-4336
Jay Morish 2001 $119 ten
8 Horseshoe Bay Resort,
ram rock
horseshoe bay
830-598-6561
Robert Trent Jones Sr. nineteen eighty one $211 7
9 Former American Golf Club The colony
972-370-4653
Tripp Davis, Justin Leonard 2010 $150 11
ten Resort Course at La Cantera San Antonio
210-558-4653
Jay Morrish, Tom Weiskopf 1995 $159 20
11 TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas Irving
972-717-2530
x-Jay Morrish, Byron Nelson
y-Weibring-Wolfard
1983 $298 17
12 Omni Barton Creek Complex,
Canyons of the Fazio
Austin
512-329-4000
Tom Fazio 2000 $259 15
13 Texas Rangers Golf Club Arlington
817-275-5941
Colligan golf design 2009 $99 4
14 The Quarry Golf Course San Antonio
210-824-4500
Keith Foster 1993 $139 14
15 Wolfdancer Golf Club Lost pins
512-308-9653
Arthur’s Hills 2006 $187 12
16 Search for Horseshoe Bay Resort horseshoe bay
830-598-6561
Robert Trent Jones Sr. 1985 $211 16
17 Cowboys Golf Club Vine
817-481-7277
Jeffrey D Brauer 2001 $227 21
18 Crown Colony Field Club Lufkin
936-637-8800
Robert Von Hagge, Bruce Devlin 1979 $135 9
19 Omni Barton Creek Complex,
Edge of Palmer Lake
spice wood
512-329-4000
Arnold Palmer 1986 $105 23
20 Horseshoe Bay Resort,
smooth rock
horseshoe bay
830-598-2561
Robert Trent Jones Sr. 1972 $211 22
21 GC High Meadow Ranch Magnolia
281-356-7700
Tim Nugent David Ogrin 1999 $95 NR
22 Stonebriar seaside resort,
Fazio course
frisco
972-625-5050
Tom Fazio 2000 $143 NR
23 the bandit New Braunfels
830-609-4665
Keith Foster 1997 $90 25
24 The tribute The colony
972-370-5465
Tripp Davis 2000 $162 NR
25 Falconhead Golf Club Austin
512-402-1558
PGA Circuit Design Center 2003 $94 NR

x-original design; y-overhaul. NR-not rated. *Ranked in another award category in 2020. No longer ranked: 6. Rawls Course, Lubbock; 13. Vaaler Creek GC, Blanco; 19. Cypresswood GC, Tradition Course, Spring; 24. Palmer Course at La Cantera.

COURSE EVALUATION CRITERIA

VERSATILITY: Does the course create a good mix for high and low handicappers? Are better players challenged, while higher handicap players can enjoy the game through the use of shorter teeing areas, alternate routes, obstacle locations and accessible pins?

SHOOTING : Does it test accuracy, finesse, length, and putting without overemphasizing any of these skills?

PATTERN: Is there a good balance? Different lengths? Doglegs right and left? Placement of hazards? Contours and shapes of the greens?

AFTER-SALES: What memories do you have of the course? Do one or two holes stand out as good or bad?

BEAUTY: Do scenic values ​​add to the fun of a game? Trees, shrubs, hills, mounds, flowers, etc.?

MAINTENANCE: How would you rate the course conditions, considering all aspects – tees, greens, fairways, bunkers? Spring, summer, autumn or winter in sight?

ENJOYMENT: What do you think of being over? What about amenities? From arrival to departure, was it a good, bad or indifferent golf experience?

THE PANEL

David AltemusManaging Director/COO, Royal Oaks CC, Houston

William AycockThe wood lover

Mike BaileyHouston-based golf writer

Robert BantaAmateur frisco

Walt Barnesamateur addison

Brent Blackburnprofessional leader Corpus Christi CC

Curt BreauxAmateur Montgomery

John Brechindallas lover

Bruce BurgerSuperintendent The Quarry Golf Club

Ben burnsprofessional chef Crown Colony CC, Lufkin

Mark buttonSenior Director of Communications Texas Golf Association

Tony Campagnaconsultant in golf course sands and materials

Miles Carlsongolf course superintendent at Grand Pines GC in Montgomery Tx

Greg ClarkAmateur frisco

Beth Cleckleraustin amateur

John CochranTexas Golf Association director of competitions for South Texas, Kingwood Amateur

Kyle Coodyamateur plan

brent cooperdallas lover

Jacques CooperAmateur Rowlett

Daniel CoughlanBent Tree CC Golf Manager

Robert Couturedallas lover

Barry Dentonprofessional PGA, Cordillera Ranch, Boerne

Thomas Devannaprofessional assistant Tangle Ridge GC, Grand Prairie

Cameron DoanManager of Preston Trail Professional Golf Club, Dallas

Conrad DosThe wood lover

Camm DoughertyCorpus Christi lover

Lou DuranAmateur frisco

Bob ElliotPGA Life Member, Dallas

Zane Ellispartner of King-Collins Golf Design, League City enthusiast

Gilbert FreemanPGA Professional Emeritus Lakewood CC, Dallas

Edward GatlinPGA Life Member, Athens

Kenneth GorzyckiDirector of Agronomy Horseshoe Bay Resort

Bill Hanleyformer president of the Texas Golf Association, Fort Worth enthusiast

Port ToddRoyal Oaks CC GM/COO, Dallas

Mark HarrisonNTPGA Executive Director/CEO

malcolm hollandformer president of the Texas Golf Association, Dallas fan

Danny JonesChief Professional, Walden on Lake Conroe

Mark KazlowskiTexas Golf editor, Cedar Hill enthusiast

Robbie KearneyGM Cimarron Hills Golf and CC

Trey Kempgolf course architect, Dallas enthusiast

Keith KirkendallThe wood lover

Ryan KossickDeputy Executive Director/COO of NTPGA

Nancy Cromaraustin amateur

Kellen KubasakCOO of Golf San Antonio, San Antonio Enthusiast

Phyllis KwedarFort worth lover

Ricky LyonsGeneral Manager Westwood Golf Club, Houston

Cathy MarinJesuit golf coach, LPGA professional

James McAfeeFormer NTPGA Executive Director, Golf Writer, Planoamateur

Mike McCabegeneral manager of the Golf Clubs at the Tribute

Sam Morrohouston lover

Terry OlsonSales and Marketing Manager, Lajitas Golf Resort

Casey PaulsonPresident of Sales and Operations, Driftwood Golf Club

Mike PetersonOfficial PGA Tour Rules, Amateur Garland

Kevin PorterDallas amateur, Texas Golf Association director of competitions for North Texas

George PrioloGeneral Manager of Golf Operations, Ross Rogers and Comanche Trail Golf Resorts, Amarillo

Jim QuinnGolf Manufacturers Representative, Board Member of The First Tee of Fort Worth, Arlington Fan

jerry ransomgreenville lover

John Rappdallas lover

Paul Richardaustin amateur

Corey RobersonGolf Director Cordillera Ranch, Boerne

Robert Rodriguezsan antonio lover

Chris Roweprofessional chef Whispering Pines, Trinity

Linda Bagginssan antonio lover

Lee Sandlindallas lover

Carey Schultenformer president of the Texas Golf Association, Dallas fan

Zach SewillPresident BestGrips.comAmateur Conroe

Wesley Shawdallas lover

Marty Slade Perlmandallas lover

Randy SmithPGA Professional Emeritus, Royal Oaks CC, Dallas

Shane SmithAmateur Conroe

Marc SteinbauerVice President of Spirit Golf Association

Tom StruberPGA Emeritus Professional Maridoe Golf Club, Carrollton

Eldon Tarveraustin amateur

Steve TermeerGM/COO University of Texas Golf Club, Austin

Matt TrevinoDirector of Golf, Riverhill CC, Kerrville

Tammy Trichellesan antonio lover

Marc Tylendalewisville lover

Casey Wadeprofessional manager High Meadow Ranch GC, Magnolia

Pat WheelerTexas Links on the Air host, Dallas fan

Nannette WheelisAmateur Waco

Jim WhitetenArlington lover

Greg WilleBelton Lover

Chris Winhouston lover

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