The Edge’s movie masters light up wall-to-wall screens with anticipated blockbusters and obscure indie flicks as guests kick back in high-backed, adjustable chairs. 18-inch risers position each row at just the right height for an unobstructed stadium-style view, and Dolby Digital surround sound systems tickle eardrums with multidimensional soundscapes. While cinephiles tuck in to tasty tidbits and delicious plotlines, moveable cup-holder armrests make it easy to stow beverages, snuggle with loved ones, or catapult beverages onto not-so-loved ones. The concessions stand sells beer and wine throughout screenings.
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.
Since its humble beginnings on Tomahawk Landing in the '70s, Adventures Unlimited has been reconnecting city dwellers and outdoors enthusiasts to the natural world through paddle-powered river trips, exhilarating ziplining flights, and team-building rope courses. Its staff of nature lovers young and old find their niche in the lush woodlands surrounding Coldwater Creek, with its robust ecosystem of hawks, turtles, and fish, as well as sasquatches disguised as hawks, turtles, and fish. When adventurers tucker themselves out with day trips into the wild, they can settle in for a long haul at Adventures Unlimited's selection of cabins and campgrounds.