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Pine Dunes Resort & Golf Club

This challenging par 72 layout with it's majestic century old pine trees, contoured fairways, and rolling terrain provides the most peaceful setting that you'll ever experience for a world-class round of golf. Tucked away in the piney forests of East Texas, Pine Dunes has earned a solid reputation as one of the best courses you can play in America.

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Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa

Get the best of both worlds at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa with the Fazio Golf Package, offering access to the only two Texas golf courses featured in Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses You Can Play." Plus, enjoy extraordinary amenities and accommodations inside our relaxing resort.

The Fazio Golf Package includes one round of golf per person per night at any of our championship golf courses, plus daily breakfast at any of our restaurants. Plan your golf getaway, with rates starting at just $229 per person per night.* Call a reservation specialist to book your escape today at 866-572-7369.

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Golf has been associated with St Andrews for hundreds of years. The first written record of golf in St Andrews dates from 1552: it is a charter, bearing the seal of the Archbishop of St Andrews, which confirms that townspeople had the right to play golf on the Links, which at that time were also used for activities such as football, livestock grazing and rabbit breeding! It is likely that golf had been played on St Andrews' Links long before that, as the sport was forbidden in Scotland by King James II nearly a century earlier, in 1457.

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