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The Best Golf Courses Around The Lake

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Are you ready for a relaxing weekend on the golf course? Right now is the perfect weather to spend the day putting on the green. Even though it’s still a little chilly in the mornings, the afternoons have been absolutely beautiful when the sun warms up. A day full of golf by the lake in 60-70 degree weather, what more could you ask for? We’ve put together some of the best golf courses around the lake, enjoy!

 

Legends Golf Course - Kingsland


One of the most ideal 18-hole golf courses for anyone looking to try their hand at golf with (or without) an experienced friend. While the Legends Golf Course is complicated enough for those looking for the challenge, but easy enough for someone just starting out with a golf club. You’ll walk around the 200 acres in awe of the beautiful scenic hill country, golf the 8th hole right alongside Lake LBJ, and trust us when we say - it’s going to be hard to leave.

If you’re looking to make a vacation out of your stay, check out the Villas at the Legends for your lodging!


Blue Lake Golf - Horseshoe Bay


Nestled inside a small neighborhood community located on the South shore of Lake LBJ, Blue Lake Golf has one of the greatest courses right in the center of the peninsula. If you’re looking for a shorter course, Blue Lake has 9 holes and is designed for golfers of all skill levels. You’ll be blown away by the stunning views you’ll be able to see next to the lake and wildlife surrounding the course.

Rating: Forward Tees Red/Green 61.8/93 (Men’s), 65.1/104 (Woman’s), Rear Tees White/Blue 63.2/102 (Men’s), 67.8/104 (Woman’s).


Horseshoe Bay Resort - Horseshoe Bay


Horseshoe Bay Resort has 3 golf courses, each spreading roughly 150 acres across the land, with one more on the way and a couple different options for the kiddos, too! Each course is challenging in their own way, especially where the greens are surrounded by sand dunes. While the courses may prove to be a bit more challenging, you can rest assured that you’ll still see your fair share of Texas Hill Country on the lake. Here, the greens are even elevated, so you’ll probably get to see further than you have been able to before!

Looking for a camp for your kids this summer? Check out the Junior Golf Camps that the Horseshoe Bay Resort has!

Apple Rock: Par 72, Rated 75.4, Slope 136. Ram Rock: Par 71, Rated 75.6, Slope 137. Summit Rock: Par 72, Rated 74.2 (Men’s) 69.8 (Woman’s), Slope 141 (Men’s) 128 (Woman’s).




Amy Renken is a writer for hire based out of Austin, Texas. Amy has a background in business management and accounting, but also writes on topics such as parenting, lifestyle, health, travel, and education. Although she mainly focuses on blogging for businesses, she has also written numerous articles for many publications like Huffington Post, All4Women and My Bank Tracker. Amy is a proud wife and mom constantly finding herself constantly chasing her 18-month-old toddler around. Amy and her family enjoy traveling, hiking, cooking and lots of music! You can learn more about Amy and her services on her website (amyrenkenwrites.com), stop by and say hi!


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GOOD. Water clear; 74 degrees; 0.67 low. Black bass are fair on root beer, plum or raspberry plastic finesse worms, and shallow diving crankbaits near docks, creeks edges, and rocky areas. Crappie are good on minnows and lighter jigs around brush piles and docks. White bass are good over main lake points, flats drop-offs, and humps in 20-35’ with white or chartreuse slabs and jigging spoons. Catfish are good on punch bait in 8-15’.