Wolfdancer Golf Club near Austin in Lost Pines
Wolfdancer Golf Club at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort is one of the Austin area's newest, opened in 2006.
The golf course is set on land formerly occupied by Native Americans of Tonkawa tribe, and the course gets its name from the ceremonial, wolf dances for which they were known. Three environments make Wolfdancer unique - from rolling, open high ground to a forested ridgeline to the final holes that play along the Lower Colorado River.
Designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates, Wolfdancer Golf Club features the wide fairways you would expect of a resort course, but the greens are small and can be difficult to hit, especially if the wind is up.
Green fees include range balls, and there are GPS units in each golf cart.
Wolfdancer Golf Club is 13 miles east of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Highway 71.
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