Playing Golf

Reserving a Tee Time is easy. Book online at GolfNow.com or call the Pro Shop at 512-264-1489.

We’ve got your sports drinks and sodas at the Pro Shop. You are on your own for food, but the best burgers in Central Texas are at the Hilltop on Hwy 71, nearby. They taste even better after a round of golf.

Course

The Pedernales Golf Club is better than it’s ever been. The new irrigation system (and the rain) have “greened up” the place. If you haven’t been here lately, give it a play. The greens are in good shape and the views of the Pedernales Valley are spectacular as always.

 

Outings

You don’t have to be a Member to schedule a Golf Tournament or Corporate Golf Outing. Call the Pro Shop and we’ll figure out the details. Imagine about 10-40 of your best friends and co-workers swinging bent sticks, chasing after little white balls, and riding the hilly terrain in gas powered four wheelers. You gotta do this!

Course Rules

The Pedernales Golf Club is supported by the Pro Shop and the fleet of powerful golf carts (gasoline powered ClubCars), which is your entry point into the course, and a place to pick up a new logo ball or cap.

The #1 tee box is waiting for you and your friends. Come on out and meet us at the Pro Shop! You will almost certainly want to Play, Join, or plan a golf outing.

Concession

We’ve got your sports drinks and sodas at the Pro Shop. You are on your own for food, but the best burgers in Central Texas are at the Hilltop on Hwy 71, nearby. They taste even better after a round of golf.Bring your own caddies, beer, etc. Coolers are allowed. Sorry, we don’t yet have beer carts driven by sweet young college girls, but hey, we’ve got everything else!

History

The course was designed and built by Frank Howard in 1968. Purchased by Willie in 1979, the Club House became Willie’s operating recording studio that attracts recording artists from all around. The adjacent condos and houses around the course are home for a lot of Willie’s family, friends, staff, and roadies. None of the neighbors get too mad when you slice over into their yard, but just forget the ball, it’s off limits.