City of Austin's premier golf club that's more than a place to play.
Established in 1899, Hancock Golf Course stands today as the oldest golf course in the state of Texas. Located in the heart of Austin, this 9-hole course carries up and down the hills over beautiful Waller Creek.
The Jimmy Clay Golf Course was constructed and opened in 1974; designed by noted golf course architect Joe Finger. Located in Southeast Austin and surrounded by Williamson Creek, the course plays 6,918 yards through traditional tree-lined fairways and elevated open greens.
Lions Municipal Golf Course has served its citizens since 1934 and has long been the City's most popular course. Constructed originally by the Lions Club in 1928, Lions has hosted many notable golfers, including Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson and, of course, Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw.
Come enjoy all of the great renovations and state of the art upgrades at the Morris Williams Golf Course
The Roy Kizer Golf Course, one of Austin's premier municipal golf courses, was converted from an abandoned wastewater plant in 1994 adjacent to the Jimmy Clay course. The par 71, links-style layout is spread over 200 acres in Southeast Austin and bordered by cedars, elms and large oak trees.
Joe Balander Learning Center
The Joe Balander Learning Center is a 4 hole short course designed by Randy Russel and located at the Clay/Kizer golf complex. The practice facility features four par 3s with rolling terrain and various elevations including a practice bunker and practice putting green and offers a place for golfers of all skill levels to perfect their game.