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The Best Golf Courses in Lubbock

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The Best Places to Golf in Lubbock

Looking for a place to golf in Lubbock, Texas, is an easy task. The city has multiple public golf courses, along with clubs. Golf is an activity almost everyone can play. Many take advantage of golf in many different ways. From the relaxing aspect of being outdoors and competing with yourself or others, to the party aspect of grabbing a few buddies and shotgunning a beer at all 18 holes. Golf can be fun! And with several other popular activities restricted, golf stays open.

When the COVID19 pandemic started, many businesses in Texas shutdown; businesses like gyms, restaurants, bars, amusement parks all ceased operations. Essential businesses like grocery stores, gas stations, car dealerships, hospitals all remained open and golf courses.

So maybe it’s time to borrow or buy some clubs and join the Lubbock golf community at one of these amazing courses.

The Rawls Course

3720 4th St, Lubbock, TX 79415

(806) 742-4653

Length of 7,349 yards

The Rawls Course is the official Texas Tech campus course offering 18 holes. In addition to its Texas Tech endorsement, it’s been voted by GolfWeek as the #2 public golf course in Texas, and #3 best campus course in the country. Although it is a pricier option in Lubbock, the quality of the course outweighs the money spent. For weekdays there are many tee times with prices that range between $37-$75, with the price increasing on Friday and weekend/holidays. Depending on the time of day, on Friday, Sat/Sun, and holidays, the price ranges between $39-$82. Their website also makes it very easy to book a tee time for any during the month.

Shadow Hills Golf Course

6002 3rd St, Lubbock, TX 79416

(806) 793-9700

Length of 6,777 yards

Located just down the road from the Rawls, this par 72 golf course is a local favorite because of the prices. This course has splatters of trees and challenging holes for all players. They offer some of the best prices and a wide range of tee times throughout the day. A weekday round of golf ranges between morning/ early afternoon at $17 ($29 w/ cart) and $25 for the twilight rates. The price comes up to a $27 green fee ($39 w/ cart) and $29 for the twilight hours on weekends.

Meadowbrook Canyon Creek Golf Club

601 E Municipal Dr, Lubbock, TX 79403

(806) 765-6679

Canyon Course: Length of 6,522 yards

Creek Course: Length of 6,329

Meadowbrook is located on the intersection of I-27 and Marsha Sharp, offering two 18-hole courses and a driving range. The Canyon Course, which is the original Meadowbrook course, is a par 72. The Creek golf course is a par 70 that challenges each level of golfer. This club also offers golf lessons to adults and minors. Both golf courses offer tree, and water hazards throughout and be sure to keep your eyes out for the local prairie dogs living and digging up the courses. Each course’s price is only a few dollars difference, weekday prices for the Canyon course ranging between $15-$33, compared to the Creek course with prices ranging from $15-$30. On Saturday, the prices remain similar, but on Sunday, the prices range between $37-$40.

Lubbock Country Club

3400 Mesa Rd, Lubbock, TX 79403

(806) 762-0414

This club has been the premier private county club for the area for the past 100 years. Dating back from 1921, the Country Club has the oldest Championship golf course in Lubbock, Texas. Unfortunately, if you want to play this course in Lubbock, you must be a member.

Reese Golf Center

1406 Quitsna Ave, Lubbock, TX 79416

(806) 885-1247

Length of 6,367 yards

This course is located on an old military base and allows you to spot old airplane runways from certain holes. Designed in 1997, this course boasts about its quality of grass compared to other Lubbock courses and provides a wide-open course for players. If you’re playing during the day on a weekday, tee times w/ carts cost about $28 and drop as low as $14 the later the tee time. On the weekend, prices jump up to about $40 for the day and go down as the day goes on.

Hillcrest Golf and Country Club

4011 N Boston Ave, Lubbock, TX 79408

(806) 765-6601

Length of 7,010 yards

This par 72 course is another members-only course and was founded in 1953. As of now, it has kept its traditional course layout from when it was first built. This club is more relaxed because no houses are surrounding it like Lakeridge.

Lakeridge Country Club

8802 Vicksburg Ave, Lubbock, TX 79424

(806) 794-4444

Lakeridge, like other country clubs, require you to be a member to play this course. This course is somewhat short and narrow with houses surrounded you, but it is definitely a high-quality course. This course is in the south part of Lubbock and has definitely become a popular place to play.

There are so many golf courses; it’s hard to choose which would be in the top 3 best golf courses in Lubbock, TX. With various tee times, prices, and golf course difficulty, Lubbock has many golf options. So whether you want to play a quick 18 holes or have a nice day with your friends, everyone can enjoy a golf course.

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