How Much Does It Cost to Play TPC San Antonio?
First opened in February 2010, the Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio became the new home of one of the oldest tournaments on the PGA Tour, the Valero Texas Open, just a few months later and has hosted the event ever since.
Designed by Greg Norman, in consultation with Sergio Garcia, the Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio is a magnificent par-72 layout that plays as long as 7,435 yards and offers plenty of challenge for golfers of all skill levels. It’s also home to one of the most unique par-3s in the world, as the 16th hole not only features bunkers on both sides of the green but also one right smack dab in the middle of the putting surface.
Now, what some may not know is that the Oaks Course isn’t the only course at TPC San Antonio. There’s also the Canyons Course, a par-72 layout designed by none other than Pete Dye, who, of course, created the famed Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass. While not as long as the Oaks Course, the Canyons Course, which hosted a Champions Tour event from 2011 to 2015, can still play as long as 7,106 yards and offers plenty of challenges in its own right.
And the beauty of both tracks is that anyone can play them — sort of.
How much does it cost to play TPC San Antonio?
As it goes with several courses in the TPC network, anyone can play either course at TPC San Antonio — provided you book a stay-and-play package with the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa.
As for pricing, that depends on which package you book. The Lone Star package, which starts at $451 per person, gets you a one-night stay and one round of golf on either course. Then there’s the Texas Tees package, which starts at $829 per person, and that involves a two-night stay and one round on each course.
The Bigger in Texas package, which starts at just over $1,000 per person, also includes one round on each course but consists of three nights of accommodations. The pricing of all three packages can fluctuate, given the time of year. You can also build your own custom TPC San Antonio experience through the club’s official website.
There’s also the option to become a TPC member, which grants you access to all courses in the network. But be prepared for country club-like initiation fees and monthly dues if you go that route.