The San Saba River Golf Course, an eighteen-hole facility, is a municipal course located just outside the city of San Saba, Texas. Designed by architect, Sorrell Smith, the course opened in 1972 and features 6,904 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.5 with a slope rating of 119. The fairways are of Bermuda grass. The greens are of Tifdwarf grass.
The course boasts a proud tradition of producing high school golf teams which have both qualified and won the UIL State Golf Championship. The course also boasts outstanding adult play which culminates each year in the annual club championship and awarding of the Carter Parks Memorial Trophy to the top men's golfer of that year.