Thursday, March 8, 2012
Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and its centerpiece Wolfdancer Golf Club once again named GOLF Magazine premier resort
The 2012-2013 accolade appears in the March issue of the publication which provides the oldest rating of golf’s finest properties.
“The staff at Wolfdancer Golf Club works hard to provide the ultimate golf experience, from course conditioning to exceeding our guests’ expectations,” said Eric Claxton, Senior Director of Golf – Hyatt Resorts/Wolfdancer Golf Club. “We are honored to be awarded the Silver Medal award again from GOLF Magazine. This is a rewarding distinction for our staff and customers.”
Wolfdancer Golf Club roared onto the Austin golf scene in 2006 and also earned GOLF Magazine’s “Top 10 New Courses You Can Play” designation. Designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates, the 7,205-yard, par-72 Wolfdancer Golf Club features an unexpectedly large amount of rolling, wooded and flowing topographical variance within a single resort golf course.
Hyatt delivers the complete golf experience at Wolfdancer and creates a balance between maintaining the site’s natural beauty and complementing a course that feels like it has been there forever. The massive landscape and topography are highlighted by this well-conditioned course, which represents luxury in a beautifully rugged setting — and at times will take your breath away.
The centerpiece of an easy-to-arrange, one-stop resort destination that includes a world-class spa, premier accommodations, horseback riding and five friendly mascots (including a resort dog named Hoss), the sprawling, 405-acre Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a 491-room destination resort comfortably adjacent to a larger, 1,100-acre nature park. For those in the know, this resort offers a “luxurious wilderness escape” minutes away from the hustle and bustle of civilization. Hyatt Lost Pines is approximately 20 miles of east of the “Live Music Capital of the World” and just 13 miles east of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport off State Highway 71.
The Wolfdancer golf experience also includes a 13-acre driving range, a full-scale practice facility featuring 10 target greens and eight tee boxes, and a short-game area with two chipping greens and bunkers, and GPS units in each golf cart. Wolfdancer also offers the Callaway club rental program.
A beautiful clubhouse features outstanding cuisine and beverage selection at Major Neighbor’s Grill — one of eight dining options at the resort. Hyatt Lost Pines is also home to a variety of outdoor activities including horseback riding and hiking, rafting on Texas’ Colorado River, full-service Spa Django, live music and a water park featuring the manmade 1,000-foot Crooked River pool with two-story water slide.
For more about Wolfdancer Golf Club visit www.WolfDancerGolfClub.com or 512-308-WOLF.