Monday, March 27, 2017

"The Greatest Game Ever Played"

"No two courses or rounds are ever so alike that you can attack them with exactly the same game plan." - Robert Trent Jones

Northeast Alabama is home to mountainsides and piedmonts, offering a variety in the styles and approaches to the game of golf. There are great wide open beginner courses as well as advanced tricky pin placements, perfect for every level of golfer.

RTJ Silver Lakes, Anniston/Gadsden
RTJ's Silver Lakes is home to 36 holes of forested foothills and sweeping landscapes decorated with streams and shimmering lakes. These water features are beautiful but create a challenge from the tee box, "Play it safe or go for it?" From the classic Heartbreaker and Backbreaker courses to the Mindbreaker and Short courses tricking us at each turn and green, offer some of the most beautiful and quick putting surfaces on the Trail, throughout Alabama.

Cider Ridge Golf Club was once the home of the Melon Apple Orchard, and now, the community golf course is set as a mountain-style challenge, from breathtaking views from mountain peaks to picturesque creekside valleys, streams and ponds. The front nine offers a great blend of terrains, and the back nine rolls along the hill tops overlooking the golf community constructed around the course. Cider Ridge was recently named one of Alabama's best courses by Golf Advisor.

Cider Ridge, Oxford, AL 
Meanwhile, Pine Hill Country Club offers a quaint course, featuring seven lakes, hillsides running along the foothills of the Appalachian, and plenty of Pine Trees to challenge the regular golfer.
across the county, Indian Oaks Country Club is another 18 hole golf course offering challenging landscapes for the everyday golf, nestled along Hwy 431. Located in the old historic Fort McClellan, Cane Creek Golf Course is a great course with a nice blend of challenging dog-legs and straight fairways, and it even has a delicious grill to enjoy after a round of golf.

Come tee up with us, in and around Calhoun County, Alabama!

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