It's a good time to investigate San Antonio golf packages
With school almost out and a incredible stretch of weather this spring in Texas, you might want to consider taking a San Antonio golf trip. In fact, several resorts and even a historical daily fee are offering some pretty good packages right now.
For example, you can play where the pros play in an unlimited golf package at JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort and TPC San Antonio. Starting at $199 in a promotion that runs throughout the summer, you can get an unlimited stay-and-play golf package that includes both the AT&T Oaks Course and AT&T Canyons Course. The Greg Norman-designed AT&T Oaks is where the PGA Tour plays the upcoming Texas Open, and the AT&T Canyons Course, designed by Pete Dye, hosts the Champions Tour’s AT&T Championship in the fall. For more information or to register, click here.
The Alamo Golf Trail is also offering packages for $154 that include local hotels and golf at the historic Brackenridge Park Golf Course, once the host of the Texas Open. Brackenridge Park was recently renovated and restored, making it one of the best munis in the state, if not the country. Click here for more information.
Or you could also check out Northern Hills Golf Course’s stay and play package, at $159 per night. Or you could tackle 27 holes of the Arthur Hills-designed course at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. The Hill Country Golf Package runs $299 a night for golf and breakfast for two.
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