Golf

Course Tour

Remarkable Golf at Every Turn

Challenging, innovative and gracefully designed, The Dominion Country Club’s golf course is both a breathtaking sight and a challenge to play. The course features a classic design combined with meticulous attention to detail. Each hole has its own character while still preserving the overall continuity of the course.

Golf Course Layout

The Dominion Country Club’s world-class golf course has been carefully sculptured to complement the graceful contours of the Hill Country while providing an exciting challenge. Course designer Bill Johnston, a former Texas Open champion and longtime P.G.A. professional, was determined the course would be both “an improvement on nature itself’ and a rewarding experience for players of all levels.

To accomplish this, Johnston incorporated several masterful innovations into his design which imaginatively distributes the course over some 260 acres of rolling hills and hardwood trees. The Dominion’s unique tee-off system, labeled the “4-Tee Challenge System” by the course designer, employs four separate and strategically located tees on each hole that both challenge and reward players of varying skills. With this system, the course ranges from 5,400 yards to 7,000 yards, depending upon the skills of the individual player.

The innovative course design assures that no Dominion player will ever tee off into the rising or setting sun. This kind of attention to detail has resulted in a golf course where each hole retains its own character, looking and playing differently while still preserving the overall continuity of the course.

Characteristic of this imaginative design is the 14th Hole, where Dominion players tee off from a majestic ridge. The hole skillfully blends a spectacular Hill Country view with a special challenge for Dominion golfers.

Situated along the banks of the Leon Creek, the course incorporates some 25 acres of man-made Lakes specially created to enhance the natural beauty of the environment. More than 60 sand traps have been carefully placed throughout the course to provide players with a rewarding challenge.

A true practice area has been incorporated into the design of the course. Here, Dominion golfers are provided with a practice tee with three distinct greens at 100 yards, 150 yards and 200 yards. This practice area allows Dominion golfers the opportunity to actually hit to a target while practicing, thus re-creating a realistic playing experience. Challenging, innovative and gracefully designed, The Dominion Country Club’s world-class golf course is both a breathtaking sight and a challenge to play.

 

Walkthrough

Our 18 Hole Course

 
Par 4

Par 4 - 409 Yds

Slight dogleg to the left. Watch that fairway bunker to the left side. Favor the right center of the fairway. It has a huge green, use one more club than you think here.

Par 4

Par 4 - 395 Yds

Dogleg right par 4 that requires a precision lay-up shot off of the tee. Aim between the mound and the group of trees to the right. Play across Leon Creek to an elevated green approximately 140 yards; all carry.

Par 4

Par 4 - 379 Yds

Slight dogleg to the right; OB right and Leon Creek parallel to the left. One of the smaller greens on the course.

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Par 4

Par 4 - 416 Yds

Sharp dogleg to the right. Aim your tee shot at the bunkers with a slight fade, and you should be perfect. Penalty areas to the right side all the way around the green.

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Par 3

Par 3 - 214 Yds

Long hole that typically requires at least 1 more club.  Any play to the center of the green is ideal.

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Par 4

Par 4 - 414 Yds

Second shortest Par 4 on the course. OB right. Aim your tee shot straight at the flag, but watch out for the two hidden bunkers behind the fairway bunker greenside.  This fairway slopes right to left.

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Par 5

Par 5 - 528 Yds

Downhill Par 5.  Recommended to hit your tee shot on the upper tier of the fairway.  Leon Creek runs along the entire left side of this hole.  OB right on your tee shot.

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Par 3

Par 3 - 190 Yds

Two bunkers guard the front of the green. In the past, a nice forest of pecan trees grew here. OB right.

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Par 5

Par 5 - 499 Yds

Dogleg left Par 5. Long hitter can take it over the left trees and have a chance to hit this green in two.. Watch out for the drainage creek to the right side of the fairway, along with the beautiful pond greenside to the left.

Par 4

Par 4 - 434 Yds

This dogleg left Par 4.. Favor the right center of the fairway. Always use one club more here on your second shot. Out of bounds right. Large green and it is recommended to hit your approach shot below and left of any pin location.

Par 5

Par 5 - 512 Yds

Dogleg-right Par 5. Aim your tee shot between the fairway bunkers--the longer the tee shot, the tighter it becomes. Can be reached in two, however, watch out for the OB all along the right and left side. It is recommended to keep your approach shot below and left of any pin location on this green.

Par 4

Par 4 - 405 Yds

Slight dogleg-right. Sometimes wiser to play a 3-wood (or less) off the tee. A Section of rough runs across the fairway at 250 yds. Elevated green, very narrow front to back. Penalty area along the right side.

Par 4

Par 4 - 371 Yds

Shortest Par 4 on the course. Severe dogleg-right. Aim right at the fairway bunker and you're perfect. Should have a short iron to the elevated green. A word to the wise--keep your second and third shot below the hole.

Par 4

Par 4 - 423 Yds

Dogleg left par 4 from an elevated tee box.  Penalty areas in front of the tee and on both sides of the fairway. Perfect is just along the right side of the fairway bunker. Largest green on the course. Use one more club (or more) on your approach shots.

Par 3

Par 3 - 185 Yds

That bunker on the right side is deeper than it looks. Penalty area behind the green.  The green is well divided into two tiers (left & right).  It is recommended to keep your ball below the hole on either tier.

Par 4

Par 4 - 471 Yds

What you see is what you get, and more. Just hit it as hard as you can...twice! The fairway is wider than appears off of the tee box but penalty area runs the right side and OB left.

Par 3

Par 3 - 155 Yds

Looks like they've circled the wagons here. Water surrounds the green. Plays 153 front from the gold tee. Wind seems to swirl over the green. Club selection is the biggest problem here. Putts tend to break uphill on this green, especially late in the afternoon.

Par 5

Par 5 - 537 Yds

Dogleg-left. Aim just left of the tree in the middle of the fairway. Plays 250 yards from the big tree to the green. After that, it's still not over! That beautiful pond on the left side is lurking, so be careful. Very long green. A par here is well-deserved.