A Tradition of Tournaments
Onion Creek Club offers customized outing packages for any size group and is available seven days a week. With 27 holes of championship golf, our course provides a fun and challenging experience for those who enjoy the game and the fellowship it inspires. It also provides flexible tee times and shotgun starts depending on the size of your golf outing.
Our experienced and professional staff works with all groups prior, during, and at the conclusion of each event to ensure its success. The tradition of excellence at Onion Creek Club, established with The Legends of Golf Tournament as well as The LPGA Harvey Penick Invitational, continues with each outing we host.
Various packages are available to accommodate your outing's needs. Packages can include: food, beverages, awards, scorecards, rule sheets, professional scoring, on-course contests with prizes, and professionally-taught clinics. All outings include: use of the golf facility, range balls, carts, bag drop attendants, and on-course marshaling. For specific pricing information contact the golf shop at 512-282-2162.
Food & Beverage
Pre and post-event banquets have location options both indoors and outdoors. Both feature panoramic views of the beautifully maintained golf course. Food options include, but are not limited to, continental breakfasts, boxed breakfast or lunch, hamburger/hot dog buffet, Mexican/Italian buffet, snacks and drinks.
Add a pre-tournament golf clinic to enhance your golf outing by contacting PGA Teaching Professional, Lonny Alexander. Each professionally taught clinic can last up to an hour in duration. A three-topic clinic is an hour of demonstration, while the two-topic clinic is an hour with participation. For more information please contact Lonny Alexander, Director of Instruction, at email@example.com.
Rental clubs are available for men and women. Please let our staff know how many sets you will need in advance of your outing. Special group pricing is available.
Onion Creek Club does not allow denim on the golf course or the driving range. Men are required to wear collared shirts, tucked in.