Third Annual – McClure Matches
Honoring CTGCSA Pioneer
April 16, 2018
Thank you for joining us for the third annual McClure Matches
honoring CTGCSA Pioneer Ted McClure.
Thank you to our hosts for the event
Superintendent Robert Cano and his staff.
Brackenridge Park Golf Course was in great shape and it was great to play at such an historic venue. Congratulations to Bruce Burger’s Bushwood Boys on Defending your title! Austin Turf and Tractor was a great sponsor and cooked up some mean burgers and dogs for the event!
Please enjoy this very heartfelt introduction and
tribute to Ted McClure by Cameron McDermid:
Thank you to our McClure Matches Title Sponsor
Austin Turf and Tractor!
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About Brackenridge Park Golf Course
Brackenridge Park Golf Course is the heart of the Alamo City Golf Trail. Located just north of downtown San Antonio, this course is accessible for locals and visitors alike. The 2008 restoration of “Old Brack” re-routed the course to A.W. Tillinghast’s (1916) original layout and renewed its conditions to compete with San Antonio’s premier golf courses. Anyone playing golf in San Antonio should tee it up at Brackenridge to enjoy its wonderful history and fun city-park layout.
Brackenridge Park Golf Course is also the new site of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Come visit the clubhouse to see the “Walk of Fame”, the “Wall of Frames”, and the Texas Tournament Trophy Room!
Did You Know…..Brackenridge Park Golf Course is the original home of The First Texas Open! The Valero Texas Open is the 6th oldest professional tournament in golf world-wide, the 3rd oldest on the PGA Tour. From the event’s inception until 1940 it was played at Brackenridge Park Golf Course. Even after 1940 it was still played sporadically until 1959. Come play history at Brackenridge and relive the victories of Byron Nelson (1940), Sam Snead (1950), Jack Burke, Jr. (1952), and Mike Souchak (1955).