Featured Alabama Golf Courses
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The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Ross Bridge is just two miles from the existing 54-hole complex at Oxmoor Valley in Birmingham, but it is light years away from the expected or ordinary. A big, muscle-bound course, its 18 holes sprawling over 330 acres and stretching almost 8,200 yards from the back tees, Ross Bridge is big and brawny, yet inviting to golfers of all skill levels. Ross Bridge plays host to the annual Regions Charity Classic presented by Bruno's Supermarkets.
Of all the great coastal golf courses, Earl Stone's creation at Peninsula may be the most unique. This 27-hole layout set on beautiful Mobile Bay is nothing short of spectacular as it boasts over 7,000 yards from the championship tees and has been rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest. Situated on 820 secluded acres and touched on two sides by the Bon Secour Wildlife Preserve, the natural beauty of Peninsula is a little slice of heaven right here along Alabama's Gulf Coast.
This masterful design winds through live oaks, cypress and natural vegetation, more than 30 lakes, and some of the area's largest white-sand bunkers. The three distinctive nine-hole courses at Peninsula offer golfers a dramatically different playing experience and numerous tee boxes are available to accommodate every golfer's skill level. Enhancing the enjoyment is a state of the art GPS system that gives players clear visuals of the holes and accurate yardage.
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The Shoals lies between the Wheeler and Wilson dams on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam is named in honor of General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Wheeler - the only Confederate General to attain the same rank later in the United States Army. General Wheeler's intense desire to show that Southerners could be counted on as citizens of the U.S. prompted him to volunteer, at age 62, for service in the Spanish-American War.
The east championship course at The Shoals is named after General Wheeler. Fighting Joe was the first Trail course to break 8,000 yards, measuring 8,092 yards from the Black tees. It's long, really long, and this links style course is simply good straight-forward golf. Some say the spectacular 17th hole is the signature hole on the course, but the 18th green overlooking Wilson Lake on the Tennessee River will distract you with its beauty, if not its treachery.
The Auburn-Opelika area is home to the world-renowned Robert Trent Jones Trail, which features two 18-hole championship courses and one 18-hole short course. The amenities at Grand National include a practice range, putting greens, a fully stocked golf shop, locker rooms, restaurant/lounge and on-site lodging. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Grand National was recognized in 2008 as the nation's number one public golf course.
Moore's Mill Club is emerging as one of Auburn's best kept secrets. This progressive, contemporary, private club is located just a few miles south of downtown Auburn, Alabama on the former site of a mill named for one of East Alabama's earliest settlers and millwrights, Spencer Moore.
The Moore's Mill Club features an 18-hole, championship course stretching almost 7,000 yards throughout the rolling terrain and dense hardwoods native to Eastern Alabama.
Mobile, Alabama has been ranked as one of the top ten golf value destinations in the United States. Our Mobile Alabama Golf Trips feature year-round golf, beautiful fairways, challenging courses and affordable prices. We offer a wide variety of. Our Golf Package Specialist will help you build plan a buddy golf trip to the Mobile area that your golf group will talk about for years to come.
Who'd ever think you'd find the best golf city in America right in the middle of a big football town in a bigger football state? But that's exactly why you should look! In the twin cities of Auburn and Opelika, Alabama, where being the 2010 NCAA national football champions might be the best thing we're currently known for, golf is almost as big a passion. You'll see it everywhere you look: in the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail's stunning 54 holes of 4 1/2-star golf at Grand National, a site that more than lives up to Jones' description as the best for golf he'd ever seen.
Auburn-Opelika, Alabama: Golf Digest's #1 golf city in America and the home of the #1 public course in the US. Stay and play packages available to suit every taste and budget.
The Kiva Dunes Golf Course winds around our secluded property, creating a challenging yet enjoyable experience. The layout was created by Jim Edgemon, the property's developer, and longtime friend and former U.S. Open Champion Jerry Pate. The two share a love of the sport, which led to the partnership that resulted in the #1 course in Alabama: Kiva Dunes.
Pursell Farms is proud to announce that
FarmLinks Golf Club is Golfweek's #1
all-access golf course in the state. From
the tips, it is as challenging as any layout
on Alabama's Robert Trent Jones Trail.
The difference is that FarmLinks is highly
playable and rewards good shot making.
The official Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Guide is packed with information about each stop on the award-winning trail, plus details about the Robert Trent Jones Resort Collection, professional tournaments and more.
The 6,976 yard, 18 hole championship golf course designed by Bill Bergin traverses Hillabee Creek, Choccolocco Creek, Cider Lake, a century old rock reservoir, and even a waterfall. With its dramatic topography and bent grass greens, it is one of the southeast's most scenic championship golf courses.
Located in the heart of downtown Birmingham, Alabama, Highland Park Golf Course is a favorite spot among Birmingham residents and visitors!
At Highland, you'll find an enticing and fun 18-hole layout, excellent course conditions, a friendly staff, reasonable rates and a golf experience unlike any other in Alabama . Highland Park Golf Course is best known for its pristine bentgrass greens that were voted "Best Greens" by Birmingham Magazine.