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Golf Club at Circle C

The Golf Club at Circle C was designed by Jay Morrish in 1992. This course lies on 160 acres of prime Texas hill country. The fairways at Circle C Golf Club are lined with hundreds of live oaks, some of the most stunning that you’ll see in this area. The Golf club at Circle C was rated, “Best Places to Play” by Golf Digest in 2004.

The Golf Club at Circle C championship layout has served as the host course for the U.S. Open qualifier, the Buy.com/Nike qualifier and the Texas Women’s Amateur Championship. In 2002, the Texas Challenge, a Canadian Tour event took place at The Golf Club at Circle C and action was televised on the Golf Channel.

The course has equal numbers of dogleg lefts and dogleg rights. Every club in your bag will be put to use. On some of the par-3s you can use woods or even longer irons.

Directions from Austin:

The Golf Club at Circle C is located in southwest Austin, just fifteen minutes from downtown. To reach the Club entrance, drive south on Mopac (South Loop 1) to Highway 45 and turn left onto Kendrick Boulevard. Proceed ahead and follow the signs to the club entrance.

Directions from U.S. 71/U.S. 290:

From U.S. 71/U.S. 290 proceed west on U.S. 290 and turn left onto FM 1826. Continue about 3.7 miles to State Highway 45 and turn left. Proceed about .9 miles and turn right on Kendrick Boulevard.

Directions from Interstate 35:

From Interstate 35, exit on Slaughter Lane and head west for about 5.5 miles. Turn left on Mopac (South Loop 1) to Highway 45 and turn left onto Kendrick Boulevard. Proceed ahead and follow the signs to the club entrance.

Score Card Summary

Tee Box Yards Slope Rating
Gold 6,859 122 72.7
Blue 6,333 119 70.5
White 5,702 112 66.8
Red (Ladies) 5,236 120 69.9