Brackenridge Park Golf Course | Marbach Smoke & Vape

2315 Avenue B, San Antonio, TX 78215

Brackenridge Park is an iconic Texas golf course with a rich history. This 1916 design by A. W. Tillinghast, the venerable architect who designed Baltusrol and Winged Foot among others, has stood the test of time over decades to become one of San Antonio’s most beloved courses that still hosts many top tournaments today. Old limestone starters shacks like this are rare in modern times when everything seems brand new; commemorative plaques date back years ago when legends played here such as Byron Nelson; massive Tudor rock clubhouses filled with pictures from past victories make Brackenridge Park unforgettable for any golfer around!

  • Famous course in San Antonio
  • Isolation for a tranquil experience
  • Picturesque views of the city
  • No time restrictions or tee-times 
  • Challenging but fair with many hazards

The San Antonio River is home to some of the most historic golf courses in Texas. Golf legends like Arnold Palmer, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan and Sam Snead have all worked their magic on this green terrain over the years. The game first began taking root here back when an old man used it as his hunting ground for bears! His name was Brackenridge – he would be proud that so many great names came along after him to create what’s now known as one of America’s favorite pastimes, golfing.

  • Historic and legendary course
  • Private course one hour from San Antonio
  • Affordable rates for public, private, and corporate golfing events
  • Special offers every week!

In addition to the Texas Open, Brackenridge Park is a great spot for golfing. In 1978 they hosted the Texas State Junior Championships where Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite won. Old Brack has been ranked #19 in GOLF Magazine’s “Best Golf Courses You Can Play in Texas.”

  • Play at an iconic Texas golf course
  • Enjoy one of the best courses in Texas
  • Experience the beauty of Brackenridge Park Golf Course
  • Set foot on a Field of Dreams

As it is known for being an easy course, the majestic oaks and pecans on the narrow fairways have their own ways of reaching out to suck in shots that are not perfectly straight. There’s even a random palm tree at Brackenridge! This affects your approach shot on No. 4 because you’ll most likely notice it when playing this round here.

The course’s front and back nines feature very different challenges. The back nine has water hazards that come into play on seven of those holes, while the first nine doesn’t have any ponds or creeks at all.

The Brackenridge Golf Course underwent extensive renovation in 1968. Highway construction on 281 and I-35 caused the course to lose 10 acres, shortening a few of its long par 4s along the back nine.

The back nine has some memorable par 3s. Hole 16 plays over a creek to an elevated green, and the 18th plays 166 yards across water.


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Brackenridge Park Golf Course is a lovely place to visit. The park has acres of greens and fairways, which are open for play on weekdays or weekends with advance booking required.


Golfers should consider the Brackenridge Park Golf Course if they are in San Antonio. In 2012, it was ranked as one of the best courses across America and Texas.

Getting There

Brackenridge Park Golf Course is located on Mill Race Street just off of Broadway. Coming from the south, turn right onto Main Street and then left at Monroe Avenue to get there.

Brackenridge Park has a long history of hosting major tournaments. It was the first 18-hole public golf course in Texas, and hosted the Texas Open most years from 1922 – 1959. All this time, Old Brack played host to some of the best players around including Walter Hagen, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite! Today it’s considered one of San Antonio’s favorite courses by Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella. Visit their website if you want more information and book your next tee time at this great course.

San Antonio is blessed with some of the state’s most amazing public golf courses.  Here’s a quick breakdown of our favorites:  

  • Palmer Course At La Cantera
  • Mission Del Lago Golf Course
  • The Quarry Golf Course
  • Riverside Golf Course
  • San Pedro Golf Course
  • Olmos Basin Golf Course
  • Cedar Creek Golf Course
  • Windcrest Golf Club
  • Willow Springs Golf Course

These public golf courses are located just down the street from our location at Marbach Road in the Rainbow Hills district of San Antonio. Stop by for a visit anytime!

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