The University of Texas Golf Club
Campers practice and play at The University of Texas Golf Club -- the home facility for the men's and women's teams at Texas! Opened in 1993, the UT Golf Club was designed by Bechtol Russell Golf, Inc., with input from several former University of Texas golfers. Sprawling over 205 acres, the course is nestled in the Texas Hill Country, overlooking Lake Austin and parallel to a natural wildlife preserve.
The UT Golf Club is a 7,412-yard, par 71 championship caliber course which hosts the annual Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, one of the longest running women's collegiate events. At the UT Golf Club, the men's and women's golf programs have a private driving range and practice facilities. The team's private short game facility has four greens and two bunkers so players can practice any shot imaginable within 130 yards.
Campers will have access to the "Academy" - a 5,100-square-foot building that features three all-weather hitting bays featuring TrackMan launch monitors and club fitting/adjustment areas. The building also houses team locker rooms (with ping pong, couches and lounge areas) as well as coach offices, equipment rooms and bathrooms.
Campers also play and practice on the Spieth Lower 40 - the club's newest facility that opened in fall 2017. Jordan Spieth is a three-time major champion who spent three semesters competing as a Longhorn. He was part of Texas' 2012 NCAA Championship team. Spieth donated funds to and contributed design advice for this state-of-the-art six-hole par-3 course built on 4-1/2 acres. Holes range from 80-125 yards and have served as an invaluable tool for players of all abilities to work on their wedge play and short game.