Westin La Cantera – Resort Course

Designed by renowned golf course architect, Jay Morrish, and PGA Tour professional, Tom Weiskopf, Westin La Cantera – Resort Course traces the spectacular panorama of the Texas Hill Country with its striking 80-foot drop from the 7th tee to the fairway. The golf vacation destination was created in 1995 to outmatch all other jaw-droppingly beautiful courses created before it, using its witty looking greens. After opening, the par-72 course rapidly gained the recognition as the Top 10 public access golf courses in the United States by Golf Magazine. Golf Digest also named it as one of the best new courses in the world.

Westin La Cantera – Resort Course plays for 7,001 yards from one of the longest tees for a par of 72. The 18-hole golf vacation course has a rating of 72.5 and a slope size of 134. Managed by Troon Golf, the place is closest to the regional San Antonio International Airport (SAT). The nearest airport also serves domestic airlines, including American, Delta, Continental, US Air, and United. The accessibility makes the location highly easy to visit, that is why guest never fail come. Every year, the number of visitors increase significantly.

Aside from handing out an awesome landscape and a convenient direction, Westin La Cantera – Resort Course is known to offer full-service through its golf vacation package. Operations start at 7:00 AM to dusk, daily. Green fees ($119-140) and driving range fees ($10-25) run affordable and are also open to guests who are only planning to relish the view. For players, though, there are available  Callaway clubs and FootJoy shoes. The genuine service is something that adds to the astounding existence of this course.


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