Golf Course Information
Black Jack's Crossing Golf Course
Black Jack's Crossing is the new centerpiece of Lajitas Golf Resort and Spa. Nestled between Big Bend National Park, Big Bend State Park and the Rio Grande, Lajitas provides the perfect setting for your ultimate Texas golf vacation. Our 27,000 acre Texas golf resort is famous for its solitude, natural beauty and rugged desert environment. Add a world class golf course, spa, outdoor activities, fine dining, and mix of upscale and affordable Big Bend hotel accommodations - it is easy to see why Lajitas Golf Resort and Spa is now recognized as one of the best golf resorts in Texas.
There's plenty to do even if you are not a golf enthusiast, and thats the beauty of Lajitas - you can do as little or as much as you desire, but not without the knowledge that there is always something to do. Our loyal guests return to the golf resort year-after-year and experience a different Texas vacation every stay. When it comes time to plan your next golf vacation consider that there's only one golf resort in Texas that gives you all that we have to offer.
Whether you drive to Big Bend, or fly in via Lajitas Airport, our golf resort and spa is an away-from-it-all adventure.
Green Fees and Rates
Lajitas is situated on FM 170 between the Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park, along the Rio Grande. The destination is worth the journey, as guests feel they they have been transported to on of the most unique places in the United States.
Taking to the open road guarantees a close-up view of all that this breathtaking area has to offer - from the colorful cactus flowers that dot the landscape to the majestic Chisos Mountains that rise above the desert. With every passing mile, the spirit of the Old West grows stronger. Open highway speeds of 75 - 80mph make the trip even shorter.
Try using the following address in your GPS System: 72 Clay Henry Blvd Lajitas, TX.
Alpine (approximately 100 miles)
Follow TX 118S 80 miles to the Study Butte/Terlingua junction, then turn right onto FM 170 and continue 14 miles to Lajitas. Once in Lajitas, look for the state park information station (The Barton Warnock Center) to the left, and continue for approximately 1 mile until the Boardwalk and Badlands Hotel comes into view (on the left). To check in to the hotel, park behind the Boardwalk and follow signs to the Badlands Hotel for registration. To drive directly to Black Jack's Crossing, turn left on Clay Henry Blvd just after the Badlands Hotel.
Midland - Odessa (approximately 245 miles)
Head West on Interstate 20 to Monahans. Take the Highway 18 South exit toward Fort Stockton and turn left onto 18S for about 85 miles. Turn right onto FM 1776. Cross over Interstate 10 West. FM 1776 turns into US 67 South.
Follow US 67 South for 55 miles to Alpine, then turn left onto TX 118 South for 80 miles to the Study Butte/Terlingua Junction. Turn right onto FM 170 and continue for 14 miles to Lajitas.
El Paso (approximately 300 miles)
Take Interstate 10 East for 118 miles to Van Horn. Exit US 90 East to Marfa, then turn right onto US 90 and drive 78 miles to Marfa.
Continue on US 90/67 to Alpine and turn right onto TX 118 South (Cockrell Street). Follow TX 118 South for 80 miles to the Study Butte/Terlingua Junction, then turn right onto FM 170 and continue for 14 miles to Lajitas.
Once in Lajitas, look for the state park information center (The Barton Warnock Center) to the left, and continue for approximately 1 mile until the Boardwalk comes into view. Park behind the Boardwalk and follow signs to the Badlands Hotel for registration.
Austin (approximately 500 miles)
Take US 290W 75 miles to Fredericksburg and continue another 42 miles to I-10W. Once on I-10W, drive 229 miles to Fort Stockton. Continue on I-10W. Roughly 8 miles west of Fort Stockton, take Exit 248 and turn left onto US 67S to Alpine/Big Bend. Follow US 67S 55 miles to Alpine, then turn left onto TX 118S (Cockrell Street). Follow directions above from Alpine.
Dallas (approximately 600 miles)
Head west on I-20, continuing 375 miles to Monahans. Take the Highway 18S exit toward Fort Stockton and turn left onto Highway 18S, then right onto FM 1776. Cross over I-10W. FM 1776 turns into US 67S. Follow US 67S 55 miles to Alpine, then turn left onto TX 118S (Cockrell Street). Follow directions above from Alpine.
Green Fees and Rates
$90 Monday- Sunday
$120 - Peak Season
Tee Times & Reservations
Please go to www.lajitasgolfresort.com for more information. The course is available for members and resort guests. Golf reservations can be made at check in or up to one month in advance. Direct golf reservations available at (432) 424-5080.
Black Jack's Crossing Golf Club features a magnificent non-resident membership. Call (432) 424-5160 for additional information. Benefits and Privileges of membership can be found at www.BlackJacksCrossing.com/Membership_Offering.
Contact the golf course for upcoming events.
Golf Course Amenities
Pro On Site:
Homes On Course:
Paspalum Platinum TE
Black, Maroon, Yellow, Rose
Contact Marketing at (432) 424-5160
Golf Instruction and Lessons
Call and schedule a lesson or series of lession with Black Jack's Crossing's PGA Professional at (432) 424-5080.
The Lajitas Golf Resort and Spa offers a variety of guest rooms to accommodate your personal preference, space and budgetary requirements. Each accommodation is uniquely designed with individuality, and as such, no two rooms are alike. Beautifully appointed standard and deluxe accommodations are available, in addition to our uniquely designed LaCuesta and Boardwalk Suites, Calvary Post Cottages and premier Officers Quarters.
Reservations and further information can be obtained by calling (432) 424-5000 or my email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restaurant and Dining Options:
Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Candelilla Café; serving contemporary new American cuisine infused with indigenous fruits, vegetables and herbs. Choose from creative selections such as Shrimp Ceviche, Lajitas Fajitas, Cherry Glazed Quail or Double-cut Pork Chop; offering an interesting twist on traditional Southwest fare. Magnificent views from the dining room and patio, friendly service and savory cuisine set the standard at the Candelilla Cafe.
THIRSTY GOAT SALOON
The Thirsty Goat Saloon is the resort's designated watering hole, named for Lajitas' duly elected mayor, the legendary goat named Clay Henry III. Clay Henry was famous for his thirst for Lone Star Beer. The Thirsty Goat is the perfect spot to sit, relax and enjoy the beauty of the Big Bend with friends and family.
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