Lighthouse Country Club
Great deal and worth the drive. Bunkers could use better sand.
August 7, 2014
Excellent Hill Country Course
This is My first time playing this course. It was an enjoyable challenge for me since I am about a 25 handicap. The Granite hole is awesome. The fairways were in excellent shape. The greens were recently sanded and very fast. I enjoyed the course and will play it again.
August 1, 2014
what ag reat course
The course is in fantastic shape, from tee to green. Will play again and again. burgers were awesome, ending a round of great golf on an awesome course.
July 25, 2014
Great Shape, Friendly Staff
This course was in the best shape I have ever seen it. From the tee boxes, the fairways were lush, and the greens were smooth and true, and holding quite well for temps in the very high 90's. The staff is very friendly, and the value for the money is great. If I ever win the lottery, I will buy them new cart paths, as they are the only downfall. But I never judge a course on cart paths. Just drive your cart a little slower so you don't spill your beer. They obviously put their money in grass. Bravo!
July 23, 2014
Best course in hill country
This is definitely my favorite place to play in hill country.
July 19, 2014
best value and good to great greens. roll is fab.
charming hill country hospitality at its best! course in great shape, greens roll great. views of packsaddle mountain stupendous. miss seeing piles of kids at the pool.
July 13, 2014
The greens are very "true"
First time playing the golf course, my chiropractor told me about this course last year, and was thrilled with the experience. It's a bit of a drive from Bee Cave, but well worth the jaunt! While the course is not that difficult the greens make it quite challenging and "FUN" to play. We'll be back!
July 6, 2014
Holy granite we like this Hill Country course!
Play this course. Do it! Pretty much everything was very well kept and in great shape. For a course not in a big city, we were very impressed. Most courses require more play and funding to be this well kept.
The club house and grill were redone in the last year or so and are nicely done. Their grill smelled great but we already had lunch plans.
The driving range was a little more narrow than I'm used to but long enough to handle all of the clubs in your bag. They also have a second area at the opposite end to work on your chip/pitch game. The main practice green had a bit too much undulation but was otherwise in great shape. We also found a second smaller, flat practice green closer to the #10 tee box with a bunker in case you wanted to work on that part of your game.
The cart paths -- some concrete near tee boxes but mostly crushed gravel along the fairways. There are four tee boxes from which to choose. It's certainly not the longest course, but they put in a few twists and turns that'll help even things out.
The fairways were in spectacular shape. They are often lined with small to medium sized trees. There are a number of ponds on the property; you'll have to carry a couple of them. And there's a bunker or two on almost every hole -- some fairway, some greenside. As hard as it is for me to speak nicely of sand, it was at least good sand and the bunkers weren't too deep. The only other hazard you may find here and there are the granite rocks that make up this part of the country. In fact, take an extra minute on #6 to take in how they nestled this green up next to a huge granite mound. The greens all rolled very true and were in perfect shape. They were all good sized and had just enough undulation to keep them from being easy.
We will be back to play this course again!
June 29, 2014