The Creeks nine was designed by father/son team, Jay and Carter Morrish. This course is set apart by the frequent creeks that wind throughout holes one through five. This course is a bit more challenging, but is the same as the other eighteen holes with a .5% to 1% slope on the greens, bent grass greens, and consistent bunkering. It offers variety with varying shot options and views, and qualities that are reminiscent of the original course – allowing The Creeks to blend seamlessly with the original eighteen holes.
The Creeks fairways are a little more generous in width, and it has some of the best long-range Hill Country views of the three nine-hole courses. The Clubhouse, perched on the highest point of Comanche Trace, is not only a beautiful focal point from the course, but it also offers as a great aiming point on Holes #6 and #7.