Golf in Scottsboro

18 Holes of Golf for One or Two with Cart and Range Balls at Pine Hill Country Club (Up to 53% Off)

Pine Hill Country Club

Choccolocco

Dense forest groves and 10 lakes present the most challenges on 18-hole, 6,191-yard golf course

$40 $19

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$54 for Five 18-Hole Rounds of Golf at Creekside Golf and Country Club ($235 Value)

Creekside Golf and Country Club

Hiram

Water-laden, 18-hole course challenges golfers with eight stream-split fairways, undulating fairways, and slick bentgrass greens

$235 $54

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental at King's Creek Golf Club (Up to 53% Off)

King's Creek Golf Club

Spring Hill

Designed by Arnold Palmer, par 70 course seamlessly integrates three creeks, groves of trees, and bentgrass greens into 6,807-yard layout

$111.90 $59

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$50 for $90 Worth of Services at Altadena CC

Altadena Cc

Alabaster-Helena

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$90 $50

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An Indoor Golf Pass at GolfTEC Alabama (45% Off)

Golftec- Birmingham

Birmingham

From the merchant: Practice makes perfect but only if you practice with a purpose and can get feedback for every shot you hit.

$360 $198

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One, Two, or Three Private 60-Minute Lessons at Art Quick Golf Academy (Up to 60% Off)

Art Quick Golf Academy

Family Golf Center

Former PGA Tour golfer Art Quick draws from many years of experience to help players develop consistent, successful swings

$80 $39

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One-Month Membership to Forrest Crossing Golf Course from The Players Club Powered by GOLFZING (Up to 47% Off).

Forrest Crossing Golf Course

Forrest Crossing Golf Course

Membership grant one month of unlimited range practice, discounts on golf, and access to golf clinics at Forrest Crossing Golf Course

$29.99 $16

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18 Holes of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at The Fairways on Spencer Creek (Up to 49% Off) 

Fairways on Spencer Creek

Franklin

Nine-hole, par 33 course encourages demonstrations of short-game wizardry with total length measuring a diminutive 2,632 yards

$62 $33

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Heritage Golf continues the tradition of the Scots with a par 71 scenic course nestled between stately mountains in Blount County. Invite a friend or friend-sized golf club on an 18-hole excursion aboard a friendly golf cart to tackle the course's flat terrain and 113-slope rating. Open fairways offer views of the North Alabama countryside while multiple natural creeks interact with play and occasionally produce mermen willing to caddie in return for a single lock of human hair. Golfers of any skill level can find a challenge putting on bentgrass greens and driving over Bermuda fairways before retiring to the full-service grill, where hot and cold comestibles are available for purchase. Denim is asked to remain on the ranch, but collared shirts are welcome, provided pants accompany them.

1364 Heritage Rd
Oneonta,
AL
US

Richland Golf Center summons clubbers of all stripes with its sprawling, multifaceted swing-honing facility and a staff of ace instructors. Revolving around a central pond, the nine-hole executive course helps players master their approaches with seven par 3s and two par 4s that ensure drivers won't start questioning their self-worth. Clients can groom their game in pressure-free sessions at the 40 all-grass hitting stalls of the driving range, at the 2-acre short-game area, or by enrolling in one many golf lesson options.

The center also encompasses an 18-hole mini-golf course, which eschews gimmicky clowns and windmills in favor of a calming layout with misting fountains and obstacles such as water hazards, bunkers, and out-of-bounds areas. Clients can pair renovated swings with brand-new clubs in the pro shop, which peddles gear from brands such as TaylorMade, Srixon, Cleveland, or enlist the center's experts to regrip their current clubs or replace driver shafts snapped during sand-trap pole-vaulting competitions.

10028 Memorial Pkwy NW
Huntsville,
AL
US

The greatest difficulty at Cedar Ridge Golf Course lies at the bottom of the six water hazards, as golfers have to contend with the aquatic hazards on 11 of 18 holes. Dense forest looms on the edge of fairways on the back nine, and undulating greens challenge putters throughout the course. The relatively flat layout is approachable for novice and seasoned golfers alike, and those who remain high-and-dry for the majority of the round will be rewarded with a victory lap or golf-cart donuts back at the clubhouse.

346 James Record Rd SW
Huntsville,
AL
US

With a meticulously maintained Bermuda grass driving range, PGA professionals on staff, and three practice greens, Madison Golf Center has fashioned itself into a prime place to learn and get better at the game of golf. The grounds crew keeps the large, 70-tee grass hitting area in pristine condition, cutting it to less than half an inch each day to accurately recreate the playing conditions of private clubs. Once players have worked the rust off of their drives and filed the rust off of their irons, they can hone their touch around the greens in a short game practice area comprised of three putting greens and a chipping and pitching green. The center’s trio of golf professionals are always on hand to help players along their path to improvement through private and group lessons customized to each player’s playing style and goals.

401 Lime Quarry Rd
Madison,
AL
US

Designed by prolific course architect Gene Bates, the 18-hole, 6,734-yard Twin Bridges Golf Club course bobs and weaves around the Coosa River and its surrounding waterways, forcing golfers to avoid hazards on 11 holes. But the most challenging hole—the 554-yard 5th hole, a par 5—showcases another course challenge: bunkers. The sand traps at 5 pinch the fairway at three different places, shrinking landing zones for drives and second shots and proving that water isn’t the only cause for concern on the course. Twin Bridges also boasts a driving range with a practice bunker and an 8,000 square-foot putting green, where golfers can get a feel for the speed of the course’s bent-grass putting surfaces.

Certified as a Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International, Twin Bridges works to preserve its scenic setting through natural resource conservation, providing habitats for area wildlife, and building vacation homes for migratory birds.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course designed by Gene Bates

  • Length of 6,734 yards from the farthest tees

  • Course rating of 72.1 from the farthest tees

  • Slope rating of 132 from the farthest tees

  • Four tee options

901 Riverbend Dr
Gadsden,
AL
US

Running alongside the Chickamauga Battlefield and National Park, Battlefield Golf Club's scenic fairways meander through forests and ponds for a fun, relaxing day of driving. The third hole tests golfers with an early challenge, skirting a pond that consumes misaimed balls and provides a convenient spying spot for FBI-employed swamp things. Hole seven's sunken green amps up putting difficulty while the 14th hole delves into shady woodland. After rounds, a newly renovated clubhouse ensconces guests in postgame comfort, with lounges, a restaurant, and fully stocked pro shop. Guests are asked to wear golf attire when on the course, maintaining decorum and preventing awkward encounters between golfers dressed as golf carts.

285 Cannon Dr
Ringgold,
GA
US