Designed by Keith Foster in 1993, this par 71 is defined by its fascinating history. The rock formations throughout the golf course date back to 1908 when the piece of land was home to the Alamo Quarry. Along with its unique story, the San Antonio course boasts dramatic cliffs with abrupt elevation changes.
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100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES
“If you can get through the mediocre front nine, the back nine in the quarry is worth the effort. #12-17 is a nice stretch of golf -- 18 is a little too narrow for my liking."Read More
“Tale of two 9's. The first 9 weaves in and out of homes. The second 9 is in a quarry, and is the better of the two. Fine course to play, and the service is excellent. Worth the visit to play the second 9."Read More
“Interesting setting and some great golf holes. Good value and a course I'd play again when in San Antonio."Read More
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