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Hyatt Hill Country Resort in San Antonio: A golf course for all reasons

There's a little bit of everything and a whole lot of golf at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. It has lakes, oak trees, creek beds, wildlife and a feeling of tranquility that you don't get at most resorts. And there are 27 challenging holes as well. The courses are always in excellent shape, they're a commune with nature and offer a great test of strategy, Mike Bailey writes from the Alamo City.
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San Antonio thrill rides: Golf courses in the Alamo City have no shortage of exciting holes

If you like roller coasters and thrill rides, Six Flags Fiesta Texas is your kind of place. The park has 18 attractions it would classify as thrill rides, including something called "Scream," a harrowing tower that drops its victims more than 20 stories. There's nothing on the golf courses in San Antonio that will make you scream, but appropriately enough, there are plenty of courses that have adventurous holes with plenty of twists and turns. Here's a sampling ...
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Texas barbecue

Top off a great round of golf with these San Antonio eateries

If you like Tex-Mex, barbecue and a good old chicken-fried steak, then San Antonio is your town. Luckily, if you're playing golf, you'll find plenty of great choices nearby. What follows is just a sampling of some great dining/hangout options after a round of golf. All are within easy driving distances of some top-notch courses.
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  • Westin La Cantera - Resort golf course - hole 7 San Antonio thrill rides: Golf courses in the Alamo City have no shortage of exciting holes

    If you like roller coasters and thrill rides, Six Flags Fiesta Texas is your kind of place. The park has 18 attractions it would classify as thrill rides, including something called "Scream," a harrowing tower that drops its victims more than 20 stories. There's nothing on the golf courses in San Antonio that will make you scream, but appropriately enough, there are plenty of courses that have adventurous holes with plenty of twists and turns. Here's a sampling ...
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  • Texas barbecue Top off a great round of golf with these San Antonio eateries

    If you like Tex-Mex, barbecue and a good old chicken-fried steak, then San Antonio is your town. Luckily, if you're playing golf, you'll find plenty of great choices nearby. What follows is just a sampling of some great dining/hangout options after a round of golf. All are within easy driving distances of some top-notch courses.
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  • Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club Looking for scenery? Check out these San Antonio golf beauties

    One thing San Antonio isn't short on is scenery, from the famed Riverwalk to the natural Texas Hill Country settings that provide unique topography to the golf here. Most of the golf courses in the San Antonio area are scenic, but here are seven that stand out among the rest. Play any one of them, and you'll want to pack a camera with your clubs.
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  • AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio - hole 16 Getting down to business on these San Antonio golf courses

    If you're in the Alamo City on business and you want to play golf -- whether it's part of your agenda or you are just looking to catch a quick round -- plenty of options are at your disposal. From top resorts to convenient daily fee courses, Mike Bailey has five great options for the business traveler in San Antonio.
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  • La Cantera Resort - Palmer Course - hole 18 Ten-year-old Arnold Palmer Course at the Westin La Cantera has come into its own

    In 2011, the Arnold Palmer Course at Westin La Cantera Resort in San Antonio celebrated its 10th anniversary, and it's been gaining in popularity in recent years. So much so, in fact, that play is almost even between Palmer and its more-famous sister Resort Course. The star of the Palmer is the elevation changes and the views. Nowhere in San Antonio are there more panoramic shots.
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  • Westin La Cantera - Resort golf course Bring out the big guns on these San Antonio golf courses

    While many golfers believe the putter is the most important club in your bag, many golf experts these days will tell you that it's the driver because it sets the tone for an entire hole. With that in mind, Mike Bailey serves up five San Antonio golf courses that encourage that grip-it-and-rip-it mentality off the tee.
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  • TPC San Antonio - AT&T Oaks Course - hole 16 San Antonio golf on three budgets

    The Alamo City is quietly becoming one of America's best golf destinations, and one of the reasons is because of the variety and quality of the golf courses. Whether you decide to stay at a resort -- and San Antonio has some very nice ones -- or choose a hotel and take the daily fee route, there's a plan for every wallet, Mike Bailey writes.
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  • TPC San Antonio - AT&T Oaks Course - hole 18 San Antonio's top golf courses for shotmakers

    With a storied history hosting many of Texas' great legends such as Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Ben Crenshaw, San Antonio has a rich pedigree as a stage for some of the state's top shotmakers. A golf trip to the Alamo City will reveal who the true players are, especially if the Hill Country breeze is prevalent and your group books a tee time on one of these top courses for shotmakers.
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