Who designed the Austin Country Club in Texas?

Course architect Pete Dye designed the current layout in 1984.

More about the Austin Country Club

The Austin Country Club was founded November 14, 1899 by Lewis Hancock.

The Club is located along the banks of the Colorado River with Austin's iconic Pennybacker Bridge as its backdrop.

The club was home to one of the greatest golf instructors who ever lived, Harvey Penick.

The club moved to its present site, Davenport Ranch, in 1984. The challenging layout was designed by Pete Dye.

The course is a par 72, 7,108 yd (6,500 m). The course rating is 75.2 and the slope rating is 152.