Built in the early 1920’s San Felipe Golf Course is a nine-hole course built around three of the largest of the San Felipe Springs.
San Felipe was the first course civil engineer and professional golfer John Bredemus designed and built in Texas and it solidified his reputation as a golf course architect. Bredemus went on to design many other important courses in Texas and Mexico. He co-founded the Texas Professional Golf Association in 1922 and was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 1991, 45 years after his death.
With its original layout and early landscape intact, the course is a prime example of early-twentieth-century golf course design. With the San Felipe Springs being at the center of the course this 6,148 yard par 72 crosses over water on many holes making it beautiful, challenging and exciting. Our course recently underwent a face lift. The greens have been re-done with Hybrid Dwarf Bermuda grass; bunkers were cleaned up as well as our tee boxes and driving range. Fairways were aerated and the irrigation system was completely revamped. We are working hard to provide the best nine-hole course in south Texas.
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