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Scott-Schreiner Golf Course Celebrates 100 Years

In 1924, the Scott-Schreiner Golf Course, originally known as the Kerrville Country Club, opened its doors for the first time. Acquired by the City of Kerrville in 1934, it became the first and only municipal golf course in Kerr County. This year, the Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department will proudly celebrate the course's 100th year of operations.

To mark this milestone, the course will host a variety of promotions, giveaways, and events. Starting June 12, attendees of the weekly Wednesday Centennial Scramble will have a chance to win a limited edition 30 oz. Yeti Rambler featuring the Centennial Scott Schreiner Golf Course logo. The scrambles begin at 5:30 p.m., and participants must call the course by Tuesday at 3 p.m. to secure their spot.

As Kerr County's only public golf course, Scott Schreiner Golf Course offers reasonable rates on tee times, cart fees, and memberships. The facility is open year-round, featuring a fully stocked pro shop, a driving range, and annual tournaments. This July, the course will host the 78th annual Heart of the Hills Golf Tournament, benefiting youth golfers throughout the Hill Country.

Next year, the course will undergo major improvements funded by a sales tax revenue bond through the City of Kerrville Economic Improvement Corporation. These upgrades will enhance the greens, sand bunkers, and more.

Stay tuned for updates on the centennial celebrations and upcoming improvements at Scott-Schreiner Golf Course.

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