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Lakeway Golf Club-Yaupon Course

Lakeway Golf Club-Yaupon Course

100 Clubhouse Dr Austin, TX 78734-4607 Phone:   (512) 261-7175 URL:   Course Website

The 18-hole course at the Lakeway Golf Club-Yaupon Course facility in Austin, Texas features all the hallmarks of Texas golf. Designed by Leon Howard, the Yaupon golf course opened in 1977.

Yaupon features hole # 18, a 503-yard par 5, playing down hill to a pond with a 50 feet drop in elevation. After successfully crossing the pond the player is challenged with an approach shot, which rises 40 feet to a tricky green.

Course Information for Lakeway Golf Club-Yaupon Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by ClubCorp USA, Inc.

Lakeway Golf Club-Yaupon Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Leon Howard
Resort & Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $68.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Patrick Criminger, General Manager
Golf Professional: Ron Miller

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Austin, TX

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Elevation changes Nice course, but expected more from a resort/private course. Played this course with a buddy of mine this past weekend. Lots of elevation changes and blind shots. Definitely helps to have course knowledge. May 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Couple odd holes but nothing to keep you away. I used to like this course because it had a few odd holes. I still like it, but kind of shake my head each time I play it. There are a few narrow fairways with houses in play. And you'll have a few blind shots which are always fun the first time you play the course. Overall, the course provides a nice rolling up/down ride. They start you off on a downhill/uphill curving blind ride where housing is way too close for many approach shots. Nothing like having a little extra potential frustration to start the round. They follow that up with a pond protected green on the 2nd hole; make that tee shot count. And the green on #3 can be quick -- I recommend keeping the ball towards the front lower part of the green -- after you've cleared the protecting pond of course. For #8, just hit a nice shot to the landing area; trying to take it over the trees works about one out of 10 times and just isn't worth it. And finally, #18 is just weird. You can't see where your ball will land. The fairway has a major drop down to a pond and they've put a couple of big 20-30 yards steps for the Jolly Green Giant there to assist with stopping your ball ... sometimes. I've played this course numerous times over the years and still can't figure out what to hit off of this tee box. No matter what, I've always had a long and/or odd stanced second shot over water and into a hill on top of which the green sits. The hole just frustrates everyone and it's very difficult to get par. And no one wants to finish a round on a frustrating hole. February 5, 2014
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