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bnb9433
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Golf near Birmingham
I’ll be heading there next month and looking for recs on courses. We are staying about an hour south of bham but don’t mind driving an hour or so. 7-10 handicap

TIA


nosaints
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Louisiana
Member since Dec 2009
209 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
Farmlinks is located south east of bham. Nice course and always in great condition.


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Kashmir
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Member since Dec 2014
3961 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
alpine bay
bent brook
oak mountain
highland park

those are the courses i play when visiting. all around $40.


Coater
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Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
30610 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
ross bridge


NOLATiger86
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New Orleans
Member since Oct 2005
7923 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
I've played Oxmoor Valley and Highland Park. Would definitely recommend OV, but HP is a cool little layout.


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InaccuratelyLong
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Nashville
Member since Sep 2019
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re: Golf near Birmingham
I've played Bent Brook, Ross Bridge, and Oxmoor courses. Always heard that FarmLinks is fantastic. Can't go wrong with any of those imo


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nosaints
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Louisiana
Member since Dec 2009
209 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
Not sure where you are driving from but Cambrian Ridge is a great stop for a round. Sherlings/Canyon is one of the best 18 I've played. It was on par with Farmlinks and Ross Bridge. Hope to visit more sites soon.


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makersmark1
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re: Golf near Birmingham
Strap up, lock and load, and play Roebuck where Bobby Jones won the Southern Open.



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SloaneRanger
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Member since Jan 2014
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re: Golf near Birmingham
If you are an hour south of Bham, you might look at the RTJ course in Prattville.


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John Gotti
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Vestavia HIlls, AL
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re: Golf near Birmingham
quote:

alpine bay


What is this?


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BoogaBear
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re: Golf near Birmingham
I'll add Ballantrae


makersmark1
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earth
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Golf near Birmingham
Pine Tree is nice.

It’s private, but it’s a Troon course so maybe your club can hook you up.



GeauxTigers777
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: Golf near Birmingham
Limestone springs in oneota is an awesome course.


edgebr
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re: Golf near Birmingham
Farmlinks
Ross Bridge


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Kashmir
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3961 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
golf course near the dam of logan martin. nice course. google it.


makersmark1
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earth
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re: Golf near Birmingham
Limestone has bent grass greens so they keep them a bit longer in the summer.

It is beautiful and plays best in the fall.


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East Coast Band
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Member since Nov 2010
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re: Golf near Birmingham
The best RTJ course IMO is Cambrian Ridge in Greenville, about 45 minutes south of Montgomery along I65


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Ham And Glass
Alabama Fan
Member since Nov 2016
740 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
Pine Tree is underrated. On a beautiful plot of land and usually the greens are in good shape. As far a public courses go You can’t go wrong with FarmLinks or RTJ


makersmark1
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earth
Member since Oct 2011
8224 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
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Pine Tree is underrated


It is a little off the beaten path. Near Leeds I think.
It is beautiful and a real test of skill.


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John Gotti
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Vestavia HIlls, AL
Member since Jul 2013
2169 posts

re: Golf near Birmingham
I did google it. Saw it was a Robert T. Jones design - is it in good shape and worth a trip from Birmingham?


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