TPC San Antonio

Opened in 2013, TPC San Antonio features two 18-hole championship golf courses designed by two of golf’s most innovative architects, Pete Dye and Greg Norman. Both courses play host to TOUR events with Dye’s AT&T Oaks Course serving as the venue for the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open, while Norman’s AT&T Canyons course is the site of the Champions Tour stop, the AT&T Championship. With its courses’ unique regard for the beauty of the surrounding Texas Hill Country, TPC San Antonio sets the standard with two of the best planned, eco-friendly layouts ever conceived.

AT&T Canyons

Working with PGA TOUR player consultant Bruce Lietzke, Pete Dye crafted the par-72, 7,406-yard AT&T Canyons Course in the old style, keeping the terrain completely natural. Numerous environmental elements distinct to the Texas Hill Country were incorporated into the course design, with Dye’s signature wide fairways, stately stands of oak and cedar trees, and panoramic views of the adjacent Cibolo Canyons creating a breathtakingly beautiful and enjoyable challenge for scratch golfers and novices alike.

“With the goal of crafting a course that fits harmoniously with its surroundings, we took full advantage of the dramatic vistas, indigenous flora and beautiful rolling terrain to create a memorable golf experience for members and resort guests.” —Pete Dye

AT&T Oaks

Current PGA TOUR player Sergio Garcia lent his unique perspective in assisting celebrated golfer and renowned golf course architect Greg Norman with the design of the par-72, 7,522-yard AT&T Oaks Course. Like Dye, Norman’s design philosophy is underscored by environmental sensitivity and a deep reverence for nature. Great care has been taken to incorporate the distinct nuances and indigenous flora of the natural Hill Country topography into the course design, to create a compelling, strategically diverse and strikingly beautiful course for golfers of all skill levels.

“The topographic subtleties of the rolling Texas Hill Country terrain, framed by magnificent stands of mature live oaks, create a pristine natural setting that is as playable as it is beautiful.” —Greg Norman