617 Las Palmas
Cotulla, TX 78014
Phone: (830) 879-2220
Fax: (830) 879-2221
Casa Blanca Golf Course is an impressive, 18-hole course offering facilities for the professionals as well as amateurs. The golf course hosts several tournaments for various groups and their training lessons are top notch.
Despite the name, this place has nothing to do with dogs. Alsatian Golf Club caters to golf lovers, with a yardage of 6,882—18 holes and par 72. There is a putting green, a chipping area and a professional golfer who helps you out. It is an unusual combination of the traditional and the links-style course. Thus, it tends to test the accuracy, length and course management of a player. The club also provides facilities like the Alsatian Inn, where out-of-town golfers can stay.
The Landmark Inn welcomes it's visitors to step into this beautiful historic inn and experience the history of Texas. With a comfort that it offers in the stay and the fine breakfast meals, the site also offers a look of the serene and tranquil gardens around and also enjoy the Medina River for the recreational opportunities.
It is located just 20 minutes from downtown San Antonio and is truly one of the finest golf courses. This Texan Golf Club is popular because of its scenic landscape and genuine cacti and mesquite trees of Texas. It offers four magnificent ponds with water on 11 holes and 44 sand bunkers.
This is for all the fast and furious types. San Antonio Speedway at Texas is a racing track not meant for the faint-hearted. The tracks cater to car racers and you can catch some adrenaline boosting racing at the speedway.
Grab your cowboy hat and head to San Antonio Western Shooting for a day of fun that's purely Texan. You'll have the opportunity to shoot reproductions of old-school guns in a safe environment. Sessions last from two and half to three hours. It's somewhat pricey, but the experience of pretending to be a cowboy from the good old days is unforgettable.
This 7,004-yard, Denis Griffiths-designed course is one of the few in town that is friendly to golfers who like to walk. Greens on this municipal course are slightly undulating and usually run pretty fast. As far as trouble goes, Mission Del Lago has some water, a few dry creek beds and several bunkers to contend with. The course marshals take their jobs seriously and keep players moving at a decent rate. However, like most municipal courses, they allow fivesomes to play the course, which tends to slow things down at times.