Designed by legendary golf course architect A. W. Tillinghast in 1922, Oak Hills Country Club provides a great test of golf. The course has hosted premier golf tournaments including the PGA TOUR's Texas Open for 20 years, 1987 TOUR Championship, 2001 US Junior Amateur and the AT&T Championship on the Champions TOUR. The par 71 6,765 yard layout challenges the Tiger team with doglegs, well placed hazards, difficult green complexes and elevation changes.


The Republic Golf Club was voted the #1 course in San Antonio by the San Antonio Express-News in 2006, 2007 and 2009. Always in excellent shape and just over 7000 yards, the Republic Golf Club provides an excellent change of pace for the Trinity golf program.



Old Brack was home to the original Texas Open and now hosts the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. It was the host venue for the 2011 Texas Public Links Championship.  Redesigned in 2008, the treeline course allows for creative shot-making and places a premium on precise wedge play. Located 5 minutes from campus, it is both a convenient and enjoyable test for the Tiger golf team.



The Tigers have access to a driving range located 2 minutes from campus. This allows the team to get in an early morning range session or squeeze some practice time in between classes. The team also volunteers each semester to help instruct children at the First Tee of San Antonio.