Morris Williams opened in 1964 as Austin’s 3rd public course. Designed by Leon Howard, one of the most prolific course architects of the time, the course features elevated, contoured greens and rolling terrain.
Named after Morris Williams Jr., one of the best golfers ever developed in Austin, Williams Jr. won every trophy in the area; from the Texas Jr. Championship to the National Air Force Trophy, now named in his honor. He lost his life as a young man during the Korean war in a jet plane crash. Golf ATX is proud to have his name in our history books and on our score cards.
The course once served as the home for the UT golf team under legendary coach George Hannon. During this time, UT won 2 NCAA Championships with teams led by Tom Kite & Ben Crenshaw.
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Women: 68.9 / 116