Golf Course Communities

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Welcome to Golf Course Communities

One of the many benefits of living in Texas is residents can play golf all year round. Greater Austin has several top-tier golf courses with communities to match. Golf course properties boast high home values, high demand, good resale value, and amenities like fitness centers, clubhouses, pools, and tennis courts. The resort-quality luxury amenities go hand-in-hand with the fine dining and social events that round out these communities.


Golf course communities tend to be private and exclusive, lending peace and security to the homeowners. Most of these neighborhoods are incredibly beautiful, with views of carefully maintained landscapes, and some border the fairways and greens. Many of these subdivisions are conveniently located near Lake Travis, enabling locals to enjoy water recreation in addition to golf. People move to golf course communities for attractive homes, exclusivity, and high quality of life.


The agents at Jamie Novak Group can introduce you to a golf community that suits your preferences. Here is an inexhaustive list of golf course communities in Greater Austin:


What to Love

  • Luxury golf courses and amenities
  • Beautiful surrounding landscapes
  • Social and active community

Local Lifestyle

Often scenic, usually exclusive, and almost always luxurious, golf communities tend to have active and tight-knit communities. They are places where neighbors hang out close to home, whether during local events or at private amenities like the pool or the golf course. Larger golf course communities have hundreds of activities, from clubs to festivals to parties. With ample privacy and stunning views, they are known for their beautiful surroundings and prestigious style. 


Each community varies, so prospective members should research any relevant HOA fees, greens fees, or membership fees. Once you have a home in a golf course community, the high demand for such residences means you can be confident it will hold value or appreciate. Golf might be the headliner, but it’s by no means the only activity in these communities. Members enjoy social memberships, tennis facilities, pools, fitness centers, and more.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Every golf community has unique dining; for neighborhoods near Lakeway and Austin, one great eatery is City Post. The upscale restaurant opened in the 1930s and is known for its refined decor, private events, and live music.


Taste on Main occupies a 100-year-old property, though the restaurant is relatively new. It serves classic seafood and steak and provides a seasonal menu and a raw bar, which features an extensive wine list, craft beers, cocktails, and curated bourbons. Double Cut Steak House is a premium experience with every detail meticulously planned to provide an oasis from everyday life. With a selection of vegetables, chops, steak, seafood, and chicken, the contemporary steakhouse serves classic cuisine with a unique twist.


Crafting a classy, elegant ambiance, Bob’s Steak & Chop House has a lively feel and welcoming service. Featuring fine wines and large, quality steaks, seafood, and chops, the restaurant pays tribute to Texas’ western roots through its cuisine and decor, as historical flags and cattle brands grace the walls to showcase the state’s cattle history.

Things to Do

The Austin golf scene is more than the sum of its parts. Members of various golf communities gather throughout the year to play and spectate at major Austin golf events. An annual golf tournament for charity in Lakeway, the Harvey Penick Invitational, usually occurs in September. It has two divisions, one for senior amateurs and one for age 25 and above amateurs. The 54-hole event happens at Austin Country Club, one of Texas’ best golf courses, and some participants have gone on to play in the PGA Tour.


The Texas State Open is a professional golf competition held annually in different places in Texas. Beginning in 1960 and starting its annual cycle in 1975, the tournament is open to both professionals and amateurs. Some winners have eventually competed in the PGA Tour. 


The Legends Junior Tour is a series of tournaments for the state’s junior golfers. Open to all children under 19, the competition brings together the best junior golfers in Texas.


Founded in 2007 and continuing to grow each consecutive year, the Austin Amateur Golf Championship is an annual tournament where amateur golfers compete on various courses. Today, the yearly average of tournament entries is almost 1,100 people. The competition aims to grow the game’s popularity and support Austin’s local golf tournaments.

Overview for Golf Course Communities, TX

27,683 people live in Golf Course Communities, where the median age is 34.6 and the average individual income is $25,167. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

34.6 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Golf Course Communities, TX

Golf Course Communities has 9,572 households, with an average household size of 2.84. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Golf Course Communities do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 27,683 people call Golf Course Communities home. The population density is 2,858.01 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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50.99 / 49.01%

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Schools in Golf Course Communities, TX

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The following schools are within or nearby Golf Course Communities. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Crossroads Christian Academy
8th - 12th
No rating available
Burton Hill Elementary
PreK - 5th
Castleberry High School
9th - 12th
PreK - 5th
6th - 8th
T R U C E Learning Center
6th - 11th
No rating available
9th - 12th
PreK - 5th
Joy James Elementary
PreK - 5th

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