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A golfer taking a practice swing at the sixteenth hole at Butterfield Trail, in El Paso.You don’t need to belong to a country club, or even have especially deep pockets, to enjoy high-quality golf. Here we are blessed with plentiful daily-fee and municipal courses. According to recent National Golf Foundation statistics, Texas ranks fifth in the U.S.—behind only California, Florida, Michigan, and New York—in number of public courses, with some six hundred tracks across the state. That’s roughly the same as our number of Dairy Queens. For this guide, seven staffers and freelancers, including one who is new to the game, collectively traveled thousands of miles to all corners of the state, putting in the hard work to come up with our list of eighteen (seemed like a good number) of Texas’s greatest public golf courses. Note that the result…

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