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The course at Country Club of Brewton challenges players to navigate tree-lined fairways and avoid the two lakes that summon errant golf balls. Sculpted into the landscape in 1997, the Jerry Pate design rises and falls over frequent elevation changes, forcing golfers to continually readjust their shots on difficult-to-read terrain and wonder if a never ending figure-eight fairway might be around the corner.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 7,019 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 73.7 from the back tees * Course slope of 131 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole:m]]


Country Club of Brewton's rates fluctuate throughout the week.

700 Clubhouse Rd
Brewton,
AL
US

Cypress Lakes Golf Club’s course was designed by William Amick to rise and fall across the natural landscape for 6,396 yards of fairways hugged by gentle waters and towering trees. Unlike most Floridian links, the course unfurls across somewhat mountainous terrain, where cresting hilltops can obscure distant targets, leading to blind shots that aren’t just the result of opponents kicking sand in your eyes. Fairways bob and weave around groves of leyland cypress trees, more than 300 crepe myrtle trees, and 500 lush azaleas, giving advantage to players who can work drives and approaches around the arboreal impediments. A circuit of streams ebbs and flows across the picturesque par 71, adding to the native obstacles and striking fear into the caramel hearts of hydrophobic golf balls. A roaming beverage cart slakes midround thirsts, and the club also boasts a driving range with grass hitting areas and a fully stocked pro shop.

Course at a Glance: * Designed by William Amick * 18-hole, par 71 course * Length of 6,396 yards from farthest tees * Course rating of 70.4 from farthest tees * Slope rating of 118 from farthest tees * Four tee options

2365 Old Chemstrand Rd
Cantonment,
FL
US

Winding through dense, verdant forests, the peaceful waters of the Perdido River form an aquatic highway for Perdido Natural Adventures' fleet of canoes, kayaks, and tubes. The company's rental watercrafts facilitate journeys into the natural habits and underground gambling rings of bald eagles, wild turkeys, beaver, and deer. As vessels float along the bass-filled river, white sand beaches beckon adventurers to swim and play in the water. Perdido Natural Adventures' shuttle facilitates each expedition, carrying rentals or customers' own vessels from Fran's Country Grill to various launch points along the river. The staff can also arrange overnight camping trips with the centaurs that manage the forest.

5539 U.S. 29
Molino,
FL
US