The Junction Golf Course
is know for its beautiful scenery, wildlife, tranquility. It is
located at the foot of Lovers Leap, a scenic overlook of the City of
Junction and the Hill Country Fairgrounds.
Volunteers worked tirelessly top build the 9 hole course in 1927, and
had to raise money, remove rocks, clear trees, haul dirt and build
ponds. Today the course is operated and maintained by the 60+ members of
the Junction Golf Club. All golfers are welcome to come and play.
Usually, no tee times are required, but you can call the clubhouse for
more information at (325) 446-2968. The course has lots of trees,
ponds and a creek that make it a most challenging course.
Hole #1: The tee box is right in front of the clubhouse and is a par5. It
is 470 yards from the men's white tee box with a dogleg to the right.
There are out of bounds left and right on this hole. If a ball is
hit into the #2 fairway it is out of bounds to the right. All
cable or fences are out-of -bounds on all holes. There are two
ponds near the green.
Hole #2: Is a par 4, 247 yards. There is a small pond and a large grass
bunker in front of the green to the left.
Hole #3: Is a par 4, 370 yards which also doglegs to the right, with a large pond
to the right.. Oak trees surround it.
Hole #4: is a par 5, 398 yards and the pond comes back
into play. To get to Hole #5, go back by the clubhouse and cross
Hole #5: Is a par 4, 330 yards. The green is located across Cedar Creek
with large pecan trees scattered in between. There is also a pond
on the right, which can easily cone into play.
Hole #6: Is a par3, 142 yards, on the edge of the creek bank to the left, with a
sand trap directly in front of the green.
Hole #7: Is a par4, with a long straight fairway of 322 yards. It gives you
the chance to grip it and rip it. The blue tee box is located
among large pecan trees. It is a tough driving hole from the blue
Hole #8: Is a par3, 133 yards and is one of the most difficult holes on the
course. The tee box overlooks the creek, and the green is just
beyond, surrounded by trees.
Hole #9: Is a par 3, 170 yards The pond to the right of the
fairway should not come into play, but a cedar tree and an out-of-bounds
located on the left often does.
There are women's and
men's tee boxes on every hole.
Open Seven Days a Week - Weather Prmitting. We operate on the Honor System at times when no one is in the Office. You will either find a contact number posted on our door or there is a Fee Box located on the Front Door for your convenience.
plus tax - Weekends & Holidays (18 Holes)
Winter Months (Oct. thru Feb.) $10 plus tax all days
$12.00 plus tax per person for 18 holes
All carts are to remain on the cart paths at all times unless permission
is grated by the Board of Directors.
Players are welcome to
bring their own alcoholic beverages and ice chests. Golf shoes or
tennis shoes are to be worn: NO BOOTS or SHOES WITH HEELS ARE
There are soft
drinks, Gatorade and snacks available at clubhouse, along with gloves,
balls, tees, logo caps and towels.
Weekly Thursday Gof Scrambles beginning at 5:30 pm. $15 for non-members; $10 for members
clubhouse is located on F.M. 2169 W. Take the second exit from
east or west I-10, and turn south. When you dead-end at the bridge
going into town, turn left-away from town. Then just before going
up the big hill, take a right, and you will see a sign for the golf
For more information
and Membership information contact the Junction Golf Clubhouse
or Clay Simon (325) 446-2604
AVAILABLE - NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY
Current USGA Rules
Govern All Play.
All Fences and Cables
Out of Bounds.
Keep Carts off
Fairways and on Cart Paths.
Replace all Divots and
Repair all Ball Marks.
Allow Faster Players
to Play Through.
Not Responsible for
Accidents to Person or Property.
JUNCTION GOLF CLUB
P.O. Box 485
JUNCTION, TX 76849