Austin's WolfDancer Golf Club is among the best courses in Texas
In keeping with the season, Austin-bound golfers should be eminently thankful that the wonderful Wolfdancer Golf Club is available to all who choose to confront its myriad challenges. This Arthur Hills design affords a real cross-section of Texas Hill Country geography playing through three separate eco-systems. Early holes are on covered rolling prairie land, the middle portion is amidst a heavily wooded ridgeline and the final crescendo is in a shaded valley bordering the Colorado River. This drama-filled, 150-acre parcel is dotted with oak, cedar elm and pecan trees, and the course quality is perfectly matched with the excellent Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa that encompasses it.
The resort offers nearly 500 rooms on 405 acres, and is adjacent to a larger, 1,100-acre natural park. Hyatt Lost Pines is an amenity-rich wonderland equally idyllic for traveling golfers, family getaways and corporate retreats. Visitors are amazed that they are just 20 miles from downtown Austin and just 13 miles due east of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The tranquil setting so close to so much action and ease of travel is yet another reason fortunate guests are grateful to be on property Thanksgiving Week, or for that matter, any other week of the year.
For more information see www.WolfdancerGolfClub.com.
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