When I think of Texas, I think of beautifully flat prairie interrupted by houses and the occasional chain store selling stuffed armadillos. There are some great golf courses in Texas and one way that they counteract the flat/armadillo dynamic is to have lots and lots of water and Watters Creek has it in spades.
Numerous holes run along creeks, go over ponds or involve you drinking water which makes for an interesting course.
One of the best holes is one of the shortest, the par 4 sixth hole that doglegs left with an imposing second shot over a creek that bends twice (twice the creek for twice the fun!) before reaching the green.
The course wasn't looking its sharpest due to the winter weather but it was still a lot of fun to play. Did I mention the water?
As we ended the round, the sun was setting and setting the Texas sky on fire which made for a great end to a watery day.
For more info on the course, check it out here: http://www.watterscreekgolf.com/