Legacy Hills, White Wing, and Cowan Creek Golf Courses cover 315 acres of prime Texas Hill Country and are located within the boundaries of Del Webb’s Sun City Texas in the city of Georgetown.
Each course has unique design features to fit within the natural surroundings and to enhance existing topographical features. In this way, the courses blend and create a greater balance with the natural environment.
White Wing Golf Club, the second of 3 golf courses at Sun City Texas just 30 minutes north of Austin, is an 18-hole, par 72 course and is open to the public. Course architects Casper/Nash of Phoenix, Arizona took advantage of many existing natural features on the site and incorporated them into their design. Berry Creek is an integral part of several holes, providing a beautiful backdrop as well as a challenging hazard. Over 20,000 red and white oak and cedar trees were left untouched. Many of these trees are strategically located on the course and must be negotiated during your round.
The course occupies 118 acres that includes three lakes, the largest spanning 4.5 acres. With its greens protected by oak trees, the narrow, undulated fairways, and the various water hazards, White Wing demands your attention, as do the spectacular Hill Country vistas. In addition to the 18-hole championship course, White Wing features a nine-acre practice range and a putting green. The three acre short game practice area features two chipping greens and practice grass and sand bunkers.