Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. James Connally Golf Course - Waco, Texas

Tired of super manicured courses, ridiculously priced greens fees, spendy clubs and fancy clothes? You'll love the back to basics play of pasture golf!

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Weather|Webcam|Winter Golf|Home| Play links style Pasture Golf in Texas at James Connally Golf Course in Waco. This 18-hole course, described as the most fun course in Texas, has a Cheers atmosphere, hosts Wednesday evening scrambles and an end of year Super Scramble where you will find some of the best players around. We welcome submissions of pasture golf courses to this pasture golfers' directory.

James Connally Golf Course

Name of Course: James Connally Golf Course
Address: 7900 Concord Road, Waco, TX 76710
Phone: 254-799-6561
Fees: Greens Fees and Cart Rental under $20
Contact: Jack Barger (Head Pro)
Number of Holes: 18
Yardage: 7100
Par:   72
Season: Year Round
Course Type: Links
Year Built: 1950's
Events: Wednesday evening scrambles, end of year Super-Scramble, noon group most every day.
Advice: Built up from an absolute goat track to a fun, enjoyably challenging golf course with a minimum of staff...wonderful golfing experience.
Facilities & Amenities: Club house and snack bar that serves sandwiches and hotdogs. Beer and soft drinks are also available. You get to experience the Big City of Waco, up close and personal. See the side of town that the news never shows and meet the people that make Connally the most fun course in Texas.

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