Golf

Playing golf in the fun city of Van Horn, TX can be rewarding. Van Horn has 1 course to choose from. The local time zone is Central Time and daylight savings time is observed. The total population is 2,847 which means there are approximately 285 golfers. The average household income in Van Horn is $24,974 with an average of 3.07 people per household. If you want to buy a home in Van Horn expect to pay around $31,400. For a home on a golf course expect to pay around $40,820. When you play golf in Van Horn you will be teeing-off at about 4,047 feet above sea level.

Mountain View Golf Course

Golf Course Road
Van Horn, TX 79855
(432) 283-2628

Mountain View is a great 9 hole regulation course located at the Mountain View Golf Course facility in Van Horn, TX. From the longest tees it offers 2,953 yards of golf for a par of 36. Mountain View is a municipal golf course with a 'Open To Public' guest policy. The course contact is Raoul Rodriguez, General Manager.

Mountain View Golf Course Information:
General: 9 hole regulation length course
Municipal golf course
36 par, 2,953 yards
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $10.00 *
* includes golf where available
Staff: Contact: Raoul Rodriguez, General Manager
Amenities:

Putting Green

Chipping Area

Practice Bunker

Pull Carts

Rental Clubs

Driving Range

Rules/Notes:
Walking Allowed, Softspike Facility, PGA Facility

Other Texas Golf Courses

Go Big on Texas Golf Courses
It's no secret that everything is bigger in Texas - and that includes the golf courses. The public Keeton Park Golf Course in Dallas goes some 6,500 total yards and the wide open fairways will find favor with vets and novices alike. In San Antonio the La Cantera Resort Course offers Troon-style golf (tree-less, undulating, rolling and extremely challenging) on two delectable courses - try the newer Palmer Course for a true treat. Package deals may be your best bet and as always, off-peak months will keep your costs down considerably.

When playing Texas golf, keep in mind that the relatively dry, flat land can produce some great golf courses for long hitters. If you lack the distance you'd like to have, put special emphasis on your takeaway when you schedule your Texas tee time, on-line or by phone.

Take the club straight back for as far as you can, setting up a larger arch to your swing. Keep your wrists still and let them “hinge” naturally after you've taken the club back straight for at least 18 inches.