- Brackenridge Park - Operating normally
- Cedar Creek - Operating normally
- Mission del Lago - Operating normally
- Northern Hills - Operating normally
- Olmos Basin - Closed for Improvements, reopening Fall 2021
- Riverside - Operating normally
- San Pedro - Operating normally
- Willow Springs - Operating normally
"I often brag to family and friends about the great city courses we have here in San Antonio, both from a perspective of quantity, but more importantly quality. You all do an outstanding job at all facets of golf course management and provide all players a real quality experience at a very affordable cost"
- Steve M.
"Greens at Brackenridge are in awesome shape. As good as any country club in town."
- Jason T.
"Great golf and reasonably priced!"
- Rey M.
"Good place to golf watch those fast greens"
"Great Shape & Great Staff"
"The golf course was in the best playing conditions I can remember in my 30+ years of playing golf at Brackenridge.... Brack is a classic Tillinghast design that has been restored completely. Keep up the great work.."
"The course. My goodness, for whatever reason, it was in pristine shape. Your grounds crew is doing outstanding work at Brack! Though the whole course was wonderful, I think the greens were the best part. They were very consistent, smooth, and speed was appropriate. It was truly a wonderful round."
"First time visitor and had a great time."
"It's one of the tougher courses on the alamo city golf trail, and a very enjoyable experience, the atmosphere is excellent and the people who work here are a huge reason for the great experience"
"What an amazingly spectacular golf course! Scenic, very well kept, we even saw four very large turkeys out there. If you love to golf this is a must go to golf course. Very friendly staff as well"
"Played at the twilight rate. Enjoyed the course. It is helpful to know this is a narrow course so beginners be careful. Outstanding staff and experience."
"Probably the toughest course in the Alamo city golf trail. A lot of fun, hole 10 has a massive drop off which makes it a lot of fun! Definitely play this course if you’re looking to have fun on a muni budget"
- Trevor B.
"Great place to work on your short game! Nice clubhouse with good food and beer selection, too!"
- Gavin N.
Recreational golfers are lousy putters, as a bunch. That generalization might sound a little harsh, but according to data collected by Shot Scope, a U.K.-based shot-tracking system, golfers with a single-digit handicap average 32.8 putts per round. Players with handicaps from 10 to 17 average 35.1 putts, while the typical golfer with a handicap between…Read More
You’ll Find The Fairway With Plenty Of Power By Derek Nannen, PGA Hitting a slice isn’t all bad. If you can minimize it, then control it, a slice is actually one of the most repeatable shots you can hit. A “fade,” which is also known as a slice that still finds the fairway, can produce a…Read More
BY: ZEPHYR MELTON In the 2020 Distance Insights Report, the USGA and R&A concluded that the average male golfer hits their driver just 216 yards. For females that number drops to 148 yards. In other words, most golfers don’t hit the ball very far — and yet most still play from pretty ambitious tee boxes. Based on my experience…Read More
The ACGT Amateur Tour Series is a fun and competitive year long golf series in San Antonio played on The Alamo City Golf Trail. The Tour is for golfers of all ability levels and age groups. Each event is flighted and handicapped to insure an equitable playing field. Each golfer receives his/her own individual handicap,…Read More
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, three-time major champion Padraig Harrington has taken to Twitter to keep golf fans entertained – and to help them improve their games. So far, Paddy has dished out quality lessons on chipping, breaking 80, and incorporating your hands, arms and wrist into your swing (although that one went haywire). Now he has a new…Read More
By M.L. Rose It’s important that the club head lags behind your hands on the downswing. This hand position allows the clubhead to compress the ball, according to golf instructor Rob Akins. He recommends that golfers focus on keeping their hands in front of the club head through and past the impact zone. Many golfers…Read More
If you’re standing over a fairway bunker shot thinking: ‘Pick the ball out of the sand,’ you’re already setting yourself up for trouble. Mike Malaska, who’s on our list of Golf Digest Best 50 Teachers, says you should hit the ball and then the sand when you’re hitting out of a fairway bunker. To get…Read More
The Alamo City Golf Trail is proud to have partnered with to provide an avenue to young golfers to play the great game of golf without the high hurdle of expensive green fees. Youth on course members can play all of our courses at reduced rates, however with a few time constraints. $5 Green Fee at…Read More