Rock - This Robert Trent Jones, Sr., course opened in 1981, and has been host to
the Texas State Open as well as several other USGA qualifying events and local
Not for the fainthearted, Ram Rock has
been recognized as not only one of the most outstanding but also one of the toughest
18-hole courses in Texas. If you are up to the challenge, however, playing Ram Rock
can be a most rewarding experience.
Narrow fairways, natural
streams, lots of water and sand, rock gardens, granite outcroppings, blind tee shots and
strategically placed landscaping define this course. But true bragging rights may come
from conquering Ram Rock's par 3, hole number 4. This island green taunts you
with a shallow green surrounded by water and sand with 200 yards to the middle of the
green from the back of the tee box! Also, featured are 60 bunkers lining fairways
and greens with water coming into play on ten holes. The Bentgrass greens and Bermuda
fairways, of course, are always kept in competition form.
Arguably the toughest course in Texas,
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. demonstrates all of his skills in adapting the course to the Hill
Country terrain by integrating the area's natural dry creeks into the design of six holes.
The layout is characterized by tight fairways, dramatic elevation changes, and slick,
undulating greens protected by 62 deep bunkers.
Various levels of membership are offered by the Resort, including Temporary
(Hotel Guest) Memberships. Please visit the Horseshoe Bay Resort website or call for more information.
Horseshoe Bay Resort
101 Horseshoe Bay Blvd.
Horseshoe Bay, Texas
Call Toll Free:
(800) 252-9363 In Texas
(800) 531-5105 Outside Texas