Golf in Calera

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  • Montevallo Golf Club
    Since rolling out the green carpet in 1955, the emerald alleyways of Montevallo Golf Club have beckoned club-swingers to tackle its 6,000 yards of 18 Bermuda-grass holes year round. Bunkers speckle the par 71, beckoning errant golf balls to spend the day sunbathing in their sandy beaches. Players hone their swings at the driving range, and dedicated golfers can augment clubs and accessories with gear from the pro-shop.
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    1481 Hwy. 204
    Montevallo, AL US
  • Frank House Municipal Golf Course Bessemer
    The 18 holes at Frank House Municipal Golf Course embroil golfers in a test of skills and mental toughness as they guide orbs over a lush, emerald carpet. After completing the relatively straight front nine, players must adjust aim for shots on the back nine, where all but three of the holes make severe dogleg turns. One of these doglegs, the 18th, forces players to lay up short of a lake, and then approach over its width or try to freeze it over with an icy glare. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Total length of 6,346 yards from the back tees Course rating of 69 from the back tees Course rating of 119 from the back tees Three sets of tees per hole
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    801 Golf Course Rd.
    Bessemer, AL US
  • Bent Brook Golf Club
    A trio of nine-hole golf courses come together to form Bent Brook Golf Club, which also incorporates a distinctive farmhouse-style clubhouse. While the Brook, Graveyard, and Windmill courses are each unique in their own rights, a few common themes emerge. The first is water, and a lot of it: on the Graveyard course, for example, five large lakes crowd holes number 4 through 7 and demand challenging, hazard-carrying tee shots and approaches. Other features include the meticulously kept bent grass greens, Tiff 419 Bermuda fairways, and tee boxes with four sets of tees, all of which combine to render enjoyable rounds for every level of golfer. After a round, groups can gather around a table at the the Bent Brook Restaurant to rehash their day on the course over selections from the deli-style menu.
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    7900 Dickey Springs Road
    Bessemer, AL US
  • Harper's Practice Tee
    From their home base at Frank House Municipal Golf Course, the PGA pros at the Harper Miller School of Golf help golfers fix broken swings and patch up holes in strategic thinking. Lessons zero in on the fundamentals of grip, posture, and alignment—key components of a winning swing and textbook ice-cream-cone devouring. Short-game clinics help to develop confidence around the green with practice on the putting stroke, chipping accuracy, and bunker play. The pros also follow students out onto the course for playing lessons, which focus on such course-management tactics as how to choose the right club, when to lay up, and when to lie down and take a moment to enjoy the beauty of nature around you.
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    1553 Powder Plant Rd
    Bessemer, AL US
  • Eagle Point Golf Club
    The 18 holes of Eagle Point Golf Club wind around tall forest groves and water hazards that come into play on six holes. Playing to a par of 71, the course requires golfers to steel their nerves as they size up their golf balls on the bermuda-grass fairways and execute a few key shots. These include the approach into a sand-surrounded green on the 7th hole and the tee shot entirely over water on the par 3 15th—as well as the final putt on the 18th hole, without which the round would never end. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 17 course Total length of 6,493 yards from the back tees Course rating of 70.1 from the back tees Course slope of 119 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole
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    4500 Eagle Point Dr.
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Limestone Springs
    Nature is so prevalent at Limestone Springs, it actually receives credit as the course's co-creator on the Limestone Springs website. Creeks, streams, ridges, and hillside outcroppings characterize the 18-hole championship layout, which sprawls across 225 acres in the Appalachian Mountains just 30 minutes north of Birmingham. Working in concert with the natural landscape, former U.S. Open winner Jerry Pate actually designed Limestone Springs. He took advantage of the land's topography and dramatic elevation changes to surround the course with picturesque vistas, all while adding sugar-white bunkers and man-made lakes. Even though it hasn't been chosen as Miss America yet, the course has received accolades for its beauty and playability, including awards and recognition from the likes of Golf Digest and GolfWeek.
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    3000 Colonial Drive
    Oneonta, AL US

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