Signature Inn Galleria Houston

When it comes to golf, Houston is affordable and there's plenty of it. Of the more than 150 golf courses in the area, the majority are open to the public. And because the Houston area is so large, they run the gamut from tree-lined, heavily wooded courses on the north side to wide-open coastal plains layouts where wind is very much a factor. Green fees are generally well below the national average with hardly any courses costing more than $100 to play, even on weekends. Golf is very much a year-round sport here as well, with mild winters similar to north-central Florida, but fall is probably the best time of year to play there. The area is home to two premiere tournaments, both in the spring -- the Shell Houston Open on the PGA Tour, and the Insperity Invitational on the Champions Tour.

Moody Gardens Golf Course

Introducing the Moody Gardens® Golf Course, formerly the Galveston Municipal Golf Course, featuring a $16 million comprehensive renovation by the renowned golf course architects of Jacobsen Hardy Golf Course Design. Revealed in June 2008, the Moody Gardens® Golf Course still features the best historical aspects of the original layout, while significantly improving certain holes and overall course flow. The renovation included new turf grass, green complexes, elevations, irrigation, drainage, cart paths, greens and a full clubhouse renovation. A First-class Public Golf Course The multi-million dollar investment is a contribution to the city on the part of Moody Gardens® and the culmination of the vision to provide a first-class public golf course for local residents and visitors to the Island. The City of Galveston retains ownership of the newly renovated facility, which is managed by Moody Gardens®. A Seaside Course with a Tropical Feel Jacobsen Hardy's attention to detail provides residents and visitors alike with a premiere public golf course. Among the many improvements the course features Paspalum turf, designed for seaside golf courses and providing an outstanding playing surface. To keep playing surfaces in top condition, a new water treatment plant and irrigation system were included in the renovation project. This improvement in water quality optimizes playing surfaces and also provides water for landscaped areas around the clubhouse and on the golf course. The course highlights its unique seaside tropical feel with 18 holes meandering through upland and lowland native areas, natual wetlands habitat of beautiful Sydnor Bayou and over 500 palm trees.

Golf Club of Houston

Golf Club of Houston, formerly known as Redstone Golf Club, boasts the most professional quality and beauty that one could ask for in a golf course. The 900 acre property features two courses: the Tournament Course and the Member Course. Both courses at Golf Club of Houston are crafted for the golfer who lives for the game. Throughout the entire golf club, the Bermuda grass greens and fairways are finely groomed. The courses are also rich with native wildlife, along with cypress, live oak, and pine trees. Both 18 hole courses offer a beautiful yet challenging layout and provide nothing but the finest golf experience, just minutes away from downtown Houston. Golf Club of Houston gives the average golfer a unique opportunity to play where the professionals play. Out of all the courses in the country, The Tournament Course is one of the few that are open to the public and also home to a PGA Tour event. This course hosts the Houston Open, most recently won by tour pro Ian Poulter. The Tournament Course is 7422 yards with a Par 72 and offers golf in its purest form. On the other hand, The Member Course at Golf Club of Houston is a private course open only to members. This course was designed by Jim Hardy and Peter Jacobsen for the true golf enthusiast. It features a variety of challenges, degrees of difficulty, creative tee placements and shot options to keep the course fresh for members. Similar to the Tournament Course, The Member Course is also a Par 72 stretching 7508 yards. The courses at Golf Club of Houston offer a positive experience for players of all skill levels. For those who'd like to enhance their individual golf game, Golf Club of Houston offers lessons with the best technology and training methods in the industry. The practice facility is hard to compare to any others in Houston. It offers a double ended driving range with nine targets as well as an extensive short game area. This area includes a practice green with 10,000 sq. ft. of putting surface, and a 3,000 sq. ft. chipping green with bunkers. For the ultimate experience unlike any other, play the game you love at Golf Club of Houston.

Wildcat Golf Club - Highlands

Not far from Houston, Wildcat Golf Club - Highlands offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Wildcat Golf Club - Highlands difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Wildcat Golf Club - Highlands is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Houston.

El Dorado at Quail Valley Golf Course

Spread across 400 acres and 36 holes is Quail Valley Golf Course, located in Missouri City, Texas. Our course ranks among the finest in Houston golf, a short drive southwest of the city. Designers intended Quail Valley to be a country club before Missouri City acquired it, enabling the course to offer Houston golf enthusiasts an exclusive feel at an accessible price.

La Quinta at Quail Valley Golf Course

Spread across 400 acres and 36 holes is Quail Valley Golf Course, located in Missouri City, Texas. Our course ranks among the finest in Houston golf, a short drive southwest of the city.

Sienna Golf Club

1 Waters Lake Blvd , Missouri City , Texas , 77459

SHARED CART REQUIRED FOR PARTIES OF 2 OR MORE. NO OUTSIDE COOLERS ALLOWED.*** Voted 2003's best public golf course in Fort Bend County, Sienna Golf Club is one of the Houston area's most enjoyable and challenging places to play. The terrain is fairly flat, but the course has been contoured to provide dramatic elevation changes that will accent and enhance the design with artistic forms and shadows. Live oaks, and an abundance of mature cedar elms and other native trees provide a naturally wooded setting. Broad lakes and winding creeks are intertwined with golf course corridors to create distinctive risk/reward shot values and stunning homesites.