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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Good book. Good photos. Hard to write about over 60 courses and not sound redundant, but he succeeds in not sounding redundant.
11/08/08 @ 22:28
Comment from: Andi N. [Visitor] Email
And more to come form Pete Dye..

San Antonio, TX is soon to be a major golf destination. The Valero Texas open will be in the spring beginning in 2009 and will take place at the new AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio in 2010. With these news… more people are sure to take notice of the great venues available in the area. The AT&T Oaks Course designed by Greg Norman, as well as the AT&T Canyons Course designed by Pete Dye, are two brand new additions to San Antonio, specifically the Hill Country. Surrounded by rolling hills, the courses are part of the new JW Marriott Hill Country Resort & Spa opening in March of 2010. The new resort will be the largest of the JW Marriotts with 1002 rooms and 140,000 square feet of exhibit space. I’m looking forward to the New Year and having a new excuse to drive to the Hill country. The area is full of historic sites, vineyards, music legends and diverse culture. With 300 plus days of sunshine a year my first thought was that it was the perfect choice for these courses and this tournament!

Here's the site: www.tpcsanantonio.com
11/13/08 @ 11:03
Comment from: Mike Leach [Visitor] Email
Who cares about Pete.

Check out Texas Tech Red Raiders on campus and The Rawls Course.

10-0 baby

http://www.travelgolf.com/departments/coursereviews/texas/texas-tech-rawls.htm
11/13/08 @ 18:04
Comment from: film indir [Visitor]
hello thanks for post great info
01/10/11 @ 09:19

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