Whenplaying a scenic golf course you pay attention to your game and the finesse shots it takes to get a good score. This is what golf is all about concentration on your game and how to complete that perfect shot. There is more to Mill Creek than scenic and panorama views of each of its 27 holes. My aim is to try to show views that can be found in and around this golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. Mill Creek Golf Resort is located in Salado, Texas with the featured signature hole called the "Heart of Texas" The first section will be a sample of some of the most interesting holes followed by a series of places you hardly ever notice and the beauty found on this unique golf course.
Mill Course Hole 4 the number one handicap hole.
Mill Course Hole 3 is the signature hole called the "Heart of Texas".
Springs Course Hole 8 - scenic par 3 hole
Springs Course Hole 9 - a typical Robert Trent Jones Jr. trademark of a tree in middle of the fairway.
Creek Course Hole 8 back towards fairway.
MILL CREEK AND THE BEAUTY OF ITS TREES
MILL CREEK AND ALL ITS BEAUTY
MILL CREEK AND BEAUTY OF ITS WATER
There is water on 12 of the 27 hole golf course with Salado Creek meandering along many areas, you will find many ponds plus numerous gullies that eat golf balls. All this beauty can add to your game but can give you heart burn if your golf ball finds the watery deep. It brings a beautiful touch to an already tough golf course so enjoy your round and come back often.
MILL CREEK AND BEAUTY YOU MAY NOT HAVE NOTICED
MILL CREEK AND BEAUTY WITH FLOWERS AND PLANTS
The target on every hole.
Historical marker located on Mill Course Hole 9.
The trees on Mill Creek Golf course are many ranging from pecan, live oak, cottonwood, tall elm and oak plus many varieties to cause trouble for your game. The trees are welcome as it is what makes this golf course so unique and challenging. Come and enjoy the scenery of a challenging golf course.
If you find yourself in any rough, ravine or off the fairway you may notice these many sights that create works of art amongst the terrain. Looking for the beauty of Mill Creek and you will find art in nature so look around the next time you find yourself in trouble and away from the fairway. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and nature works wonders.
Flowers and plants become part of this course from early spring flowers including bluebonnets to continual blooming crepe mrytle bushes, flowers of all kinds and pampas grasses. A golf course that keeps on giving and challenges you to enjoy your surroundings while trying for every par or birdie. Come visit Mill Creek for a day, a week, a month or a life time. You will enjoy this golf course and the challenges it presents to improve your game and enjoy the experience.