Lost Pines, Texas
Wolfdancer Golf Club
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575 Hyatt Lost Pines Rd
Lost Pines, TX 78612-3863, United States
Wolfdancer Golf Club is named in honor of the traditional wolf dance of the Tonkawa Indians, who once inhabited this area. The attractive (and hilly!) course flows over the natural "lay of the land," with native grasses, trees, wildflowers, and bird (egrets especially), and was designed by Chris Wilczynski of the Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest design firm. Wolfdancer made Golf Magazine's "Top 10 New Courses You Can Play" list in 2007.
The course is part of the 405-acre Hyatt Lost Pines Resort.
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billspicer - 7/26/14
I was a guest at the resort, got a reduced rate. Nice layout and great fairways and greens. The bunkers were hard and the rough is very deep.
tennpoke - 4/30/14
I loved this course and will play it again any time I am in the area. I will say that getting a deal on GolfNow makes the price more palatable. The scenery is spectacular, even the drive from the highway was great as it was wildflower season. The bunkering is really great from a strategic perspective, but the sand in the bunkers was thin, hard and not well-maintained. The rest of the course was in outstanding shape (even with the greens being recently aerated).
mantajim - 7/23/13
Our local pro got us on for $60. It's worth that if your in the area, but not worth $150. Twelve hole in the hills, six in bottom land. A few short par 4's might be called quirky but easy if you can figure out where to place your tee shot.
clevelandstever - 10/8/12
If you get the local rate the value is incredible, but not worth $150+. Course is tough but fair. Greens are quick, and course is in great shape. The staff there are awesome.
jyang411 - 12/11/11
Played in a group best-ball tourney here.. enjoyed it immensely. I can't wait to get back out. Anyhow, I didn't write this this but I think this review hit it on the nail:
"wolfdancer- loved this course, might be in my top 10 to 15 all time. Reminded me a lot of the Blackwood run courses at kohler, especially some of the meadow valley holes and the back 9 at wd in their river valley there. Greens were verybquick course in great shape. Need to do a better job getting people out there, rack rate is way too high and people aren't going there for resort vacation. We got local rate as guest of local, but I hear they don't do great at attracting play. Having played several gold digest and golf magazine top 100's through the years I feel this course could be on those lists."
Mattlite - 4/19/11
Value is good if you book on a site like Golfnow.com and get 40% off, it is a great course for $60-70 but no way would I pay the full $145 to play it.
FOG - 7/5/08
Played this course while in Austin for my son's graduation from UT Law - The facilities are top drawer - greeted in parking lot by the friendly and courteous staff -- on way to first tee excellent practice facilities and wide opened driving range. This is a good track and well worth the cash.
achapa4 - 1/2/15
jdhawk - 2/1/13
pyjlee - 9/2/12
Best Score: 71