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Roy Kizer Golf Course

Roy Kizer Golf Course

5400 Jimmy Clay Drive Austin, TX 78744 URL:   Course Website

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Austin's premier municipal course was converted from an abandoned wastewater plant. This 6,749 yard, par 71 course embodies the design philosophy "to give pleasure to the greatest number of players without respect to their capabilities."

The links-style layout, spread over almost 200 acres is bordered by cedars, elms and oaks. 35 acres of lakes and 22 acres of wetlands have been created for resident and migratory waterfowl. Despite the acreage devoted to lakes, Kizer is suitable for players of all levels. Ample fairways and the choice of 5 sets of tees provides each golfer the opportunity to play a course that fits their skill level and a variety of ways to negotiate the challenges.

Course Information for Roy Kizer Golf Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
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Roy Kizer Golf Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Just Golf facility

Austin, TX

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Roy Kizer Golf Course 3.9 5 115 115
Greens unplayable Kizer is a great public facility, and I'll be back, but not until the greens come back. It's not worth putting in its present condition. Makes me think Kizer should be shut down, like Jimmy Clay. Other than the greens, the rest of the course is in good condition, so if you don't care about putting, have at it. April 23, 2015
Not good I've played this course before and for $30 it was worth it... This time, I paid $25 and it was not worth it at all. The greens were in terrible condition. It was like putting on a fairway with patches of concrete, which made putting completely pointless. I would not play this course again this year with those green conditions. April 16, 2015
Greens in sad shape I usually play Kizer once a week with my buddies. Due to weather and work, it has been about 9 weeks since we played. The greens have always been some of the best for a public course in Austin, but whatever has happened lately, is sad. The greens were absolutely terrible. I hope they can fix the problem soon for spring and summer play. April 1, 2015
Terrible greens Greens are horrible right now. They are all burned out. Can't believe they're charging full price for this course right now. Save your money and go to the driving range because that's all you're getting playing this course. Fairways were in the best shape I've ever seen here. March 31, 2015
Poor Greens The day I played it was fairly windy but my main problem was the condition of the greens. Most were is very rough shape. Where there was grass it was dead and had weeds on most greens. They need to aerate and over seed the greens and let people know that before they make a tee time. March 31, 2015
What happened to your greens? This is always one of the best courses in austin. But something had happened to the greens. Some of them are bare dirt with weeds growing while a few were decent. Other than that it was great, but with bad greens you undoubtedly have a bad golf course unfortunately. Give them 2-3 more weeks to figure this out before going back March 31, 2015
stay away for now Played Kizer on Saturday 3/28/15. Kizer is one of my favorite course in the area. Unfortunately, the course is in bad particular the greens. They are brown and crusty...very little grass on them. Apparently they are aerating and sanding them next week. Hopefully they recover after that. But there is really no excuse for them to be in this kind of shape right now. Other courses' greens are fine in the area. I will not be back until i hear a good report. Final word: it really irks me that golf courses charge full price when their course is obviously in poor condition. March 30, 2015
Texas links If you hit the drive straight and your irons true then this course is a lot of fun. If you don't do those two things then bring a lot of balls... March 23, 2015
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