Taylor Texas Golf Courses

Mustang Creek Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Mustang Creek Golf Course -- Mustang Creek
Review by: Tim This was a fun little course, the key word being little. The course is challenging, with a good design. The holes are laid out in a way that has almost every hole being right beside another, with little if any room in between them. There is no wasted space on this course. Since it is only 9 holes they have 2 sets of Tee-Boxes on each hole to give you varying distances for the front and back 9. There are 2 par 3's that are right next to each other that have you shooting over some major water and somehow that seemed to get harder on the back 9 that it was on the front. All in all its a fun little course that is worth the drive. Come out early because it sure seemed to have more people as the day went on. This is a very good course to play if you are on a budget.
From Round Rock, Tx USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Rockport Country Club -- A little slice of heaven...
Review by: Rand and Judy Grelsch My wife and I were passing through Rockport and found a gem of a spot. The RCC course, while "smallish" compared to the long courses that we play in Orlando, Fl.,it was a challenging and entertaining course. The greens were in wonderful shape in spite of some very dry weather and the fairways were a joy to behold. We met some wonderful folks at the club. Chief among them was Jim McBurney and his brood of fightin' McBurneys. They are a great golfing family; competitive, yet gracious. In fact, the eldest daughter, Julie, was visiting from Orlando and plays a lot of the courses that we play in O'Town. She was more big city girl than small town girl. That became apparent when she wound up in one of the courses many sand traps or difficult rough -- she was the one you could hear mutter the expletives. It was all in good fun though, and that is what this course is all about. Play it, if you have a chance!
From Orlando, Fl.




Back