Hit the links in Huntsville. With professional-quality golf in seven top-notch locations, you're sure to find the perfect green in one of our area's many public course offerings. We've included all of Huntsville's golf offerings below. Find the one that best suits your needs, and head on over to Huntsville.
The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail located at the Hampton Cove Golf Course maintains 54 holes which cover 650 acres in a river valley setting surrounded by mountains. The clubhouse contains a golf shop and a restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and full bar services. The recently updated Highland Golf Course and River Course have bentgrass greens. The Short Course is a 3 par layout. Fun fact: The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail begins at Hampton Cove in Huntsville and winds 342 miles south to the gulf - eleven venues and 468 holes later.
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It is hard to think of anything better than stepping onto the tee box of the first hole at one of the nine spectacular golf courses that call Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and the surrounding areas home. Offering our guests an easy, streamlined process for setting up your next golf vacation, let us put together the perfect golf package for you. Whether you are an experience golfer or new to the game, our Reservation Professionals can help tailor your golf excursion to match your needs.
From the moment you set up your reservation to the time of your check out, Kaiser Realty, Inc. will make sure that your stay in stress-free. Our expert staff will not only set up beautiful, Gulf front accommodations, they can also book your tee times at one of the nine area signature courses at the time of your reservation. Kaiser Realty, Inc. takes care of the details, so you can focus on your game.
It took a lot more than golf to make Charleston one of America's "Top Ten" vacation destinations for the past two decades. In fact, surveys of Charleston area visitors confirm that golf ranks well down the list of reasons why they return to the city voted #1 in the US in the 2011 Conde' Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards.
So why is this a good thing for those who love golf? Two reasons, actually.
First, it means that unlike your typical "golf destination," Charleston offers pristine golf, unrushed and unspoiled by the crowds. But moreover, it means that once you've completed your round, there is still a smorgasbord of activity awaiting you. If history is the cornerstone of Charleston, then dining is the mortar. Last year The New York Times flatly stated, "Charleston is one of the great eating towns of the American South." Just three months later, Saveur Magazine wrote, "We've always considered Charleston one of the country's most alluring eating destinations ." Combine an award-winning port city with sunny beaches, out-of-this-world dining and fantastic golf, and you've got the perfect spot for your next golf getaway!