Olympia Hills Golf and Conference Center is a Finger, Dye, Spann Design Group layout located just north of San Antonio. The 18-hole layout is owned and managed by the City of Universal City, Texas, making its debut in February of 2000.
The course features dramatic elevation changes on holes 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, and 13, dropping 50 feet or more from tee to green. "Olympia Hills will offer great golf, some breathtaking holes and an encounter with some of the largest, most picturesque live oaks in Bexar County", states Baxter Spann golf course architect.
The golf course features Bermuda grass and four sets of tees measuring 6,923 from the championship to 5,534 from the forward. The layout boasts naturally undulating topography, man-made mounds and strategic placement of bunkers, as well as native South Texas vegetation and wildlife that can be seen throughout.