Avery Ranch Golf Course Presented by Kenn Renner





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Published on Jul 7, 2009

Kenn Renner guides a tour through Avery Ranch Golf Course

The first stop on our tour is the Avery Ranch Golf Club and the crown jewel of Central Texas golf courses, the Avery Ranch Championship Golf Course. Avery Ranch is a full service golf course facility with a main clubhouse and pro shop, which sits high on top of a ridge overlooking a large lake. The clubhouse features a very comfortable lounge area and the ever popular Sunset Grill and Bar. The restaurant overlooks gorgeous Avery Lake and the Brushy Creek trails and park system. Enjoy state of the art practice facilities including a full size driving range, numerous practice putting greens. Avery Ranch Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course. It is 7121 yards from the championship black tees and 6594 yards from the gold tees. On our tour today, all measurements for yardage will be from the gold tees. Starting with hole number 1, a 354 par 4. Slight dog leg left. Youll want to carry the first bunker to set yourself up for another challenging second shot into the green. The green on the first hole has a ridge running down the middle of it which makes for challenging puts. Looking back from the first green towards the tee box, you can see the well manicured bunkers of the Avery Ranch Golf Course. Hole number 2 is a 369 yard par 4 that is pretty much a straight shot. Youll want to avoid the grove of trees in the fairway to the left so that you can have an advantageous approach shot. Once again, Averys custom homes line the fairways. The second green is relatively flat offering a good chance for a birdie. But beware of the pick bunker on the right side. Hole number 3 is a challenging 526 yard par 5 where you have to take your drive over a large pond and running creek. Youll want to give it all youve got, but make sure you dont hit it in the grove of trees to the left. Keep it in the fairway. Put high and to the right, just this side of the bunkers in the distance. Your second shot should put you in easy reach of the 3rd green. The 3rd green is relatively flat and usually plays pretty quick, but it can offer you a good chance for a birdie. And dont forget to take a look at the awesome views to the North. Hole number 4 is a long 421-yard par 4. A straight away shot. Youll have to take your drive as much as you can get it and make sure you stay in the fairway as its well guarded by oaks on both sides. The large green is surrounded by bunkers and a creek at the back. Very scenic and very challenging. Hole number 5 is one of my favorite holes. Its a 564-yard par 5. Extremely scenic and also the number 1 handicap for the Avery Ranch Golf Course. Your drive will have to take you as far down the fairway as you can muster because your second or third shot is a super challenging carry over a well protected green with a large pond. The 5th green is meticulously maintained and it is hard to concentrate on your golf shot with the scenery of the lake and the waterfall surrounding the green. Hole number 6 is a 200-yard par 3, high atop a ridge overlooking Williamson County. Always a nice, welcoming breeze blowing on hole number 6. When shooting for the green, you want to make sure that you do not hit it to the right side as there is a large bunker as well as a sheer drop off to the Brushy Creek Valley. But when you get to the green youll notice the far off, distant views and the scenic overlook of the Brushy Creek park and trail system.


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