Forget the drought: A good time to head to San Antonio for a little golf
Last week I visited San Antonio, got to play a few golf courses and apparently even made it rain while I was there. The storms that rolled in over the weekend weren’t nearly enough to offset nine months of drought, but they were welcome, of course.
What I found out is that some courses have fared better than others during the drought. Those that can use recycled water are doing fairly well, which I reported in a story that we just posted on WorldGolf.com.
Among the courses that look pretty green is Brackenridge Park, which was restored a few years ago back to its original A.W. Tillinghast design. The good news is that any day now temperatures should start cooling off in the Alamo City, making this the perfect time of year to play golf there. And Brackenridge Park has also partnered with some premium hotels for golf packages. You can play Brackenridge by day (and perhaps a few other courses) and hit the nearby Riverwalk at night – a pretty good combination.
For more information or to reserve one of the hotel packages, simply click here.
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