Spanish Oaks Golf Club

Spanish Oaks Golf Club

Architect: Bobby Weed
Year: 2006

13001 Spanish Oaks Club Boulevard
Bee Cave, Texas 78738
(512) 421-8530

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized golf carts and caddies available


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Local Knowledge: Don’t miss out on dinner here.  One of the best restaurants I’ve been to at a golf club.  The jalapeno cornbread muffins might be the best thing I’ve ever eaten.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Spanish Oaks Golf Club

By the middle of March in Virginia the golf season starts to slowly come out of hibernation. The bermuda grass begins greening up and we start catching mid-60 to 70 degree days, but it’s still largely a tease because the golf courses don’t really start to hit their stride until mid to late May. In addition to the slow move out of dormancy there are also spring maintenance issues like greens aerations to deal with. It’s a tough time of year with the golf itch flaring up and good weather on the forecast, but not having the courses in their prime. Knowing that I still had a couple of months before Virginia courses would be at their peak I happily accepted an invitation from a Andy, one of my fellow golf nuts, to come down and see what Texas golf was all about. The hill country courses in Texas are a few months ahead of Virginia so they would be in ideal shape for my trip in early April. I was pretty excited to hit balls off of actual grass for a change. It also didn’t hurt that the trip dates coincided with The Masters. I always love being on a golf trip for the majors so I can play in the morning and lazily watch the coverage in the afternoon. As the time for the trip drew near I left all the planning in Andy hands. We would play at the two courses where he is a member and… More >