Wolfdancer Golf Club, whose name pays tribute to the local Tonkawa heritage of Central Texas, rambles over a dramatic stretch of terrain dotted with oak, cedar elm and pecan trees and cut by the Colorado River, which dramatically frames the right side of layout's superb finishing holes.Created by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates, the 7,205-yard, par 72 Wolfdancer golf course opened in June 2006 and makes the most of the terrain’s natural beauty. Wolfdancer Golf Club, a public course, occupies some 150 of the sprawling 405-acre Hyatt Lost Pines, which opened in June 2006 as well.Wolfdancer Golf Club recently became a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary in January 2012. The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses awards certification to recognize golf courses that protect the environment, conserve natural resources, and provide wildlife habitats. Achieving certification demonstrates a course's leadership, commitment, and high standards of environmental management. Features: Full-scale practice facility offers 10 target greens and 7 tee boxesShort game area offers two chipping greens and bunkersTwo putting greensGPS enabled Golf CartsCallaway Golf Club rentalsMajor Neighbors GrillWolfdancer Academy of Golf offers individual instruction and family and group clinics by PGA certified instructors. Wolfdancer Academy of Golf was established to promote and deliver a unique one-on-one customized golf learning experience. Annual memberships available. Unlimited golf, use of driving range and practice facility, as well as discounts on other golf and resort amenities included in family and individual memberships.When you’re not on the links, enjoy the amenities offered at the sprawling 405-acre Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa. The full-service resort prides itself on the exclusive setting, surrounded as it is by a 1,100-acre nature park. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, rafting on the Lower Colorado River, full-service Spa Django, eight dining options, live music and a waterpark, which features a 1,000-foot Crooked River. Hyatt Lost Pines is located 20 miles east of Austin, the “Live Music Capital of the World” and 13 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.