Situated on 2,800 rolling acres in beautiful Texas Hill Country, TPC San Antonio opened for play in 2010 as the host of the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open. The property holds a pair of championship courses, with two of golf’s most respected World Golf Hall of Fame members serving as their architects.
The AT&T Canyons Course, designed by Pete Dye and player consultant Bruce Lietzke, and the AT&T Oaks Course, designed by Greg Norman and player consultant Sergio Garcia, bring epic golf to this pristine natural setting.
AT&T OAKS COURSE
The AT&T Oaks Course, designed by PGA TOUR legend Greg Norman with player consultant Sergio Garcia, reflects the TOUR’s departure from the modern tournament style course (expansive grass areas and spectator mounding) to a more natural look and feel, without sacrificing the fan experience making it very tournament friendly. The AT&T Oaks Courses plays host to the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open.
AT&T CANYONS COURSE
Due to the differing topography, the Pete Dye-designed AT&T Canyons Course, paired with Norman’s AT&T Oaks Course complement one another with each having a unique look, feel and playing experience for Members and resort guests. While very different from the traditional, tree-lined Oaks Course, the Canyons Course stands on its own as a tournament venue in terms of design, strategy and beauty. The course played host to PGA TOUR Champions San Antonio Championship from 2011-2015.