Auburn Golf Courses

Auburn Golf

In Auburn, Alabama, the only thing more important than catching the big rivalry game between Auburn University and the University of Alabama is booking a discount tee time at one of the area's incredible golf courses. Auburn's natural landscape is shaped by rolling plains, beautiful savannahs and flowing creeks, allowing the area's golf courses to feature undulating Tifeagle and bent greens and challenging, yet fun, water features. On top of Auburn's incredible natural landscape, the land is accentuated by the designs of golf course architects like Bill Bergin and Robert Trent Jones Sr. Auburn's golf courses also host plenty of amateur golf tournaments, so every golfer, no matter their skill level, can put their competitive side to the test.


Golf Courses Near Auburn, AL

Blackberry Trail Golf Course

112 Clubhouse Dr,
Florence, AL 35630 United States

Located just north of the Tennessee River near the border of Tennessee and Alabama, Blackberry Trail Golf Course in Florence, Alabama, is an 18-hole municipal course that stretches 6,851 yards from the tips. Designed by Steven Plumer, Blackberry Trail is an American links-style course with rolling fairways and greenside bunkers. Blackberry Trail Golf Course contains soft 419 Bermuda in the fairways and tee boxes and impeccable Tifdwarf Bermuda on the greens. For golfers looking for an enjoyable day on the course, Blackberry Trail Golf Course is the perfect place to tee it up.
Grand National - Lake

3000 Robert Trent Jones Trail,
Opelika, AL 36801 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Grand National is in Opelika, Georgia, about an hour northeast of Montgomery. Grand National, by all reports, was the single greatest site for a golf complex that Robert Trent Jones, Sr. had ever seen. Built on 600-acre Lake Saugahatchee, 32 of the 54 holes drape along its filigreed shores. Grand National was ranked the top public golf course in the 2009 Golf World Readers' Choice awards; its three courses are also listed among the nation's 40 Super Value courses by Golf Digest's Places to Play. With 12 of its 18 holes hugging the shoreline of Lake Saugahatchee, Grand National's Lake Course is every bit as scenic as it is challenging. Its quartet of par 3s may be as good as any in the nation, and its picturesque, 230-yard 15th hole, with an island green, is the facility's signature hole; it may be the single prettiest hole on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Golf Digest named the Lake Course the 4th best new public course in America in 1993. It's also in the top 10 of Golf Digest's list of America's Top 50 Affordable Courses.
Grand National - Links

3000 Robert Trent Jones Trail,
Opelika, AL 36801 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Grand National is in Opelika, Georgia, about an hour northeast of Montgomery. Grand National, by all reports, was the single greatest site for a golf complex that Robert Trent Jones, Sr. had ever seen. Built on 600-acre Lake Saugahatchee, 32 of the 54 holes drape along its filigreed shores. Grand National was ranked the top public golf course in the 2009 Golf World Readers' Choice awards; its three courses are also listed among the nation's 40 Super Value courses by Golf Digest's Places to Play. The cornerstone of the complex is the Links Course. There isn't a weak hole on the entire course. Its par four 18th hole is without a doubt the strongest finishing hole on the Trail: the drive must carry a corner of Lake Saugahatchee, while the approach is played to a shallow pedestal green shored up by boulders on the lakes edge. Golf Digest named the Links Course the 2nd best new public course in America in 1993. It's also in the top 10 of Golf Digest's list of America's Top 50 Affordable Courses.
Stillwaters Golf

797 Moonbrook Dr.,
Dadeville, AL 36853 United States

Receiving several accolades upon opening in 1997, Stillwaters Golf in Dadeville, Alabama, is an 18-hole track that has stood the test of time and still ranks as a top course in Alabama. Designed by Kurt Sandness, Stillwaters Golf features rolling fairways, finely manicured greens and lush bunkers with over 200 feet of elevation changes throughout the course. The signature 18th hole is one of the most picturesque finishers in the state with breathtaking views of Alabama woodlands with rolling hills in the vista. And with five different sets of tees, Stillwaters Golf is a championship golf course that caters to anyone who plays this southern gem.
The Shoals Fighting Joe

990 SunBelt Parkway,
Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at The Shoals in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, is home to two 18-hole championship golf courses –the Fighting Joe and the Schoolmaster -- and lies between the Wheeler and Wilson dams on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam is named in honor of Gen. Joseph “Fighting Joe” Wheeler, the only Confederate General to attain the same rank later in the U.S. Army. The Fighting Joe golf course at The Shoals is the first Trail course to break 8,000 yards. The golf course is a long, links-style course that provides straight-forward golf. The golf course is as beautiful as it is long, as it is nestled along the Tennessee River with breathtaking views from the clubhouse as well as from the 18th hole. Fighting Joe accommodates all playing levels. The Schoolmaster is named for President Woodrow Wilson, who was responsible for getting Wilson Dam built, and was known as “the Schoolmaster of politics.” The tree-lined Schoolmaster golf course is wooded, rolling and more traditional with every hole keeping with the natural topography of the Tennessee River. The Shoals features a driving range with grass tees and a short game area. Daily tee times are available, so reserve yours today!
The Shoals Schoolmaster

990 SunBelt Parkway,
Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at The Shoals in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, is home to two 18-hole championship golf courses –the Fighting Joe and the Schoolmaster -- and lies between the Wheeler and Wilson dams on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam is named in honor of Gen. Joseph “Fighting Joe” Wheeler, the only Confederate General to attain the same rank later in the U.S. Army. The Fighting Joe golf course at The Shoals is the first Trail course to break 8,000 yards. The golf course is a long, links-style course that provides straight-forward golf. The golf course is as beautiful as it is long, as it is nestled along the Tennessee River with breathtaking views from the clubhouse as well as from the 18th hole. Fighting Joe accommodates all playing levels. The Schoolmaster is named for President Woodrow Wilson, who was responsible for getting Wilson Dam built, and was known as “the Schoolmaster of politics.” The tree-lined Schoolmaster golf course is wooded, rolling and more traditional with every hole keeping with the natural topography of the Tennessee River. The Shoals features a driving range with grass tees and a short game area. Daily tee times are available, so reserve yours today!