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Alabama golf courses are a spectacle to behold

If you’re planning an Alabama golf trip, you’ve picked a great destination. While the state is famed for many things, from music legends to the civil rights legacy, Alabama golf resorts also give some traditional “golfing states” a run for their money. You’ll find over 200 golf courses in Sweet Home Alabama, with options for both experienced players and novices looking to hone their swing. Plus, the state boasts around 215 days of sunshine, meaning year-round Alabama golf vacations are a possibility.

Situated across the entire Heart of Dixie state, golf vacations in Alabama can take advantage of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. As the largest golf course construction project ever attempted, the trail comprises 11 locations and 26 golf courses in Alabama for players to immerse themselves in. These challenging yet tranquil courses offer more than just great golf though. You’ll be treated to spectacular scenery from forests to beaches, an up-and-coming food scene, and of course, Southern hospitality.

“Most of the failures of this world are failures of imagination”

Robert Inman
Oxmoor Valley Golf Course, Alabama

Premier Golf can organize a luxury golf vacation to Alabama with your requirements at the forefront. Our representatives are on hand to recommend the ultimate combination of popular courses and hidden treasures throughout Alabama that will leave you wanting more. All paired with deluxe accommodation so you can relax in style after a day on the golf course.

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200 golf courses
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Courses open year round
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Average 215 days of sunshine each year
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Fascinating history
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Great music and nightlife
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Best time to play golf: April to May

What Makes Golfing in Alabama Special?

Alabama is a wonderfully unique destination to travel to and enjoy some of the most beautiful and best value golf in the US, from Coastal Alabama in the south to the Mountain Lakes region in the north.

Traveling golfers first became aware of Alabama thanks to the legendary Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, which was created more than 25 years ago. In the years that followed, there’s been an increase in award-winning hotels, spas, and opulent resorts. There has also been a boom in craft breweries offering medal-quality beers to help you refresh after a round. Alabama is also home to an enticing culinary scene that includes seafood restaurants serving the freshest catch, gourmet food, pubs, and a BBQ Trail.

Alabama golf packages offer a great option for an easy getaway or a long vacation because of its gorgeous mountains, pristine beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, delicious food, and highly regarded entertainment. The “State of Surprises” moniker for Alabama is immediately understood by visitors from other regions. Around every corner, the state provides something new to discover, from its rich heritage and culture to its eccentric, off-the-beaten-path attractions.

Oxmoor Valley Golf Course

The Best Golf in Alabama

Along with many other sights and activities, Alabama is home to several amazing golf clubs. Breathtaking courses are strategically located close to one another in each distinct region.

Grand National Golf Club at sunrise

Grand National

32 of the 54 holes on the Robert Trent Jones-designed Grand National course are located around the shoreline of the 600-acre Lake Saugahatchee. The Lake Course, Links Course, and Short Course are the three 18-hole courses that are offered at the Grand National.

The Links and Lake courses were ranked in the top 10 “America’s Top 50 Affordable Courses,” “Best Golf Courses in Alabama,” and “Places to Play” lists of Golf Digest.

The Barbasol Championship and other competitions have been held at Grand National on its various courses. This course and its amenities provide for a fantastic day of golf for golfers of all skill levels. There are several dining options at the location, and there is also a pro shop.

Capitol Hill Golf Club

Capitol Hill

Judge, Senator, and Legislator, each measuring upwards of 7,400 yards from the back tees at the Capitol Hill Golf Club in Prattville. Three 18-hole championship courses that were constructed on 1,500 acres of breathtaking natural beauty.

The Senator (7,724 yards) is a Scottish-style links course with excellent greens, more than 160 pot bunkers, and mounds around the fairways. The fact that every hole is isolated gives the sense that you have the entire golf course to yourself.

Ross Bridge

Ross Bridge

Ross Bridge, a course close to Birmingham, is one of the largest in the world at an eyewatering 8,200 yards from the back tees. However, if you are not a long hitter, don’t panic as there are five tees on each hole.

A stunning waterfall that drops 80 feet in between 9th and 18th greens connects two lakes that are the sites of 10 holes on this parkland course. Even though the course is lengthy, you will likely remember the par three holes the most because several of them have significant elevation changes and water hazards. When taking on the Robert Trent Jones Trail, this course is a must.

Book an Alabama Golf package with Premier Golf

When planning your trip, take advantage of Premier Golf’s in-depth knowledge of the Alabama golf scene. When you make a reservation with us, you will receive custom package suggestions, as well as expert advice on the best days to visit which luxury golf courses and resorts.

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Alabama FAQs

It is possible to golf year-round in Alabama, however, it can get very hot in the summer (averaging around 90 F). Fall is often considered the best time of year to golf in Alabama. Temperatures start to cool down in September, continuing through to October, and then start to fall sharply towards the end of November.

There are over 200 Golf courses in Alabama, with 26 of these being situated on the Robert Trent Jones Trail.

The best time of year for golfing in Alabama is during the Fall season, when temperatures are around 60-70 degrees, there’s also a beautiful backdrop of color that brings out the scenery. Fall in Alabama generally sees less rainfall than spring, making it the perfect time to go.

The public can play at many golf courses across Alabama, and many of the best trails are open to the public year-round. This includes the Robert Trent Jones trail and all 26 courses.

Accommodations are always included in Premier Golf packages, this also usually includes breakfast. There is an enormous choice of restaurants and pubs close to golf courses, selling craft beers, amazing BBQs, or the freshest catches.