One of the most attractive stops on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Cambrian Ridge offers golfers four 9-hole courses with the Sherling and Canyon loops acknowledged as the premier 18-hole configuration.
The longest of the three courses on the RTJ Golf Trail at Grand National, the Links layout can be stretched to 7,311 yards and some think this well-manicured course is the best on the entire Trail.
One of eleven RTJ Golf Trail facilities in Alabama, the 54-hole Oxmoor Valley complex occupies former U.S. Steel mining land, with the tree-lined Ridge course featuring some of the best par five holes on the Trail.
Measuring a staggering 8,191 yards from the tips, Ross Bridge is a new addition to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Two lakes and an impressive waterfall combine with serious yardage to make this a most memorable course.
If you like it long, and we mean seriously long, then you’ll love the RTJ Trail’s 8,092-yard Fighting Joe golf course at The Shoals.
Designed by Jimmy Kennamer and opened for play in 1991, the 18-hole layout at Gunter’s Landing lies on the shores of Guntersville Lake where fairways have been carved from a densely forested landscape.
First opened for business in 1997, the course at Steelwood Country Club is a Jerry Pate design that’s routed in such a way that it brings Lake Steelwood and its related wetland areas into contact with six of the holes.
Located just outside Mobile, the 54-hole Magnolia Grove has recently been renovated, with The Crossings course (host to several LPGA Tour events) having new water features and waste areas added during the refurbishment.
Designed by former US Open Champion, Jerry Pate, Limestone Springs Golf Club opened in 1999 and is set dramatically in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains...
Attractively set in deciduous woodland, the Rees Jones-designed Legacy course at Greystone Golf & Country Club opened in 2000, nine years after the Founders course.