Roy G. Guerrero Park

Austin, Texas     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Patrick Plaze › July 30, 2012
A
Great course, with tight lines and technical fairways. toughest course around in my opinion, once you start there si no easy way to get to the parking lot, so bring all the water you will need for a 3+ hour round. Heat is a factor
-  +1 votes  + Skylar Smith › November 30, 2013
A
Roy G offers well designed holes, defined fairways and old growth. The longs are quite challenging and the shorts aren't much shorter. You still have some Ace runs in there. Excellent pro-caliber course.
-  +1 votes  + Trace McGee › April 28, 2017
A-
This Course sits conveniently right off of I-35. This course is very long, if you think it's a Par 4 it's probably a Par 3, but there ar Par 4's in play. Bring plenty of water for this one and don't be afraid to take breaks, Roy G's can kick your butt. However, the structure and the beauty of this course is what will keep you coming back for this lengthly besst. Players can take 3 hours or longer to get through the entire 18 holes. There's a scenic view of the city at Hole 17 that should absolutely go onto your next Facebook post.
-  +0 votes  + Luke Holtzapple › July 20, 2014
A+
-  +0 votes  + Mike Siuda › April 7, 2015
B+
-  +0 votes  + Joel Cook › January 7, 2013
A-
I really enjoyed the course, well laid out, fair, fairly easy to navigate. I like the placards at each tee pad to see the layout of the next basket. Would like to see a 3rd pad for the longer "holes" to shorten them up quite alot. Maybe even for the whole course. If you get behind some shorter throwers it can be a really long round.
-  +0 votes  + Kirkoman L › April 10, 2013
A+
A course with grass in Austin! Great layout, requires every throw in the bag from rollers to two fingers. Nice wooded fairways and mulched basket areas.
-  +0 votes  + Jonny T › June 30, 2015
B
This is a fun course. It has some nice wooded holes. Expect very long tee shots and not too much technicality or variation of shots.
-  +0 votes  + David Nichols › March 29, 2017
C
The overall makeup of the course is really good. If you like really long holes then you would love this course. Unless you have no control then it could be a problem. I gave it a C for the following reasons. Finding it stinks, you cant even find the park. Then once you find the park, nothing tells you the location of the course. Park and walk a long way. It offers nothing for the novice player. It's almost stupid long. The people on the course.... rude, drunk, stoned and stupid (I'm hoping it wa ...
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-  +0 votes  + Christopher harris › August 7, 2017
A-
This is course is being well maintained by the local club (Waterloo). There are two sets of tee boxes for most holes which allows recreational player to have a glimpse of a championship course. The long boxes challenge every player with added length and tougher lines to hit for great placement on the par 4/5 holes. We have temporary tee signs on every tee with accurate distances. I help maintain the course and will recommend to everyone that wants to play this course to park behind hole #2 (400 ...
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