Top 50 Courses you can play in Texas - Dallas Morning News, 2019
Top 50 Courses you can play in Texas - Dallas Morning News, 2018
Top 100 Courses across Texas - Dallas Morning News, 2018
Famously known as the "Challenger," Ram Rock features narrow fairways, dramatic elevation changes and a demanding island green par 3 hole (No. 4). Native landscaping, rugged natural rock outcroppings and the Texas Hill Country views add to its designation as one of the "Top 15 Courses in the State" by Golfweek magazine.
Scratch players enjoy the challenging 62 deep bunkers, 10 water hazards and natural dry creeks surrounding its Crenshaw Bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways. Debuting in 1981, Ram Rock has earned respect for its exciting layout and championship test of golf. It has hosted the Texas State Open, among several USGA qualifying events and other professional tournaments, and has been recognized as one of the world's most outstanding golf courses by numerous publications and golf journals.
Robert Trent Jones, Sr.,
As the designer of 500 prestigious golf courses, celebrated architect, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., was an industry pioneer. From a White House putting green to redesigned holes at Augusta National, Alabama's famed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and Spyglass at Pebble Beach. This legendary man has left an indelible mark on the game. In 1987, Jones was inducted in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Seventy-nine of his courses have been host to the US Open or other national championships.
"I know of no area that has a more interesting variety of golf than Horseshoe Bay. I rank this among the best in the world." - Robert Trent Jones, Sr.