Greenville, AL Golf Courses

Greenville, AL Golf

Golfers looking to golf in Greenville, Alabama, don't have to spend too much green in order to play on the area's premier golf courses. Golfers can book a discounted tee time for golf courses that feature rolling hills, dense Southern Longleaf Pine forests and small lakes scattered throughout the pristine tracks. And with beautiful weather, there is never a bad time to play a round of golf under the warm Greenville sun. If golfers are a fan of the classic movie Sweet Home Alabama, they can stroll through downtown Greenville to see the town that the film was based off of.


Golf Courses Near Greenville, AL

Cambrian Ridge - Canyon-Loblolly

101 Sunbelt Pkwy,
Greenville, AL 36037 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Cambrian Ridge is in Greenville, Alabama, about an hour southwest of Montgomery. Known by avid golfers as one of the most beautiful and challenging stops on the Trail, it's well worth the ride for any golfer looking for 36 holes of jaw-dropping golf. Cambrian Ridge was immortalized in the 2003 Microsoft golf game Links, for which it was the subject of an extensive ad campaign in Golf magazine. In 2001, Golf Digest ranked Cambrian Ridge the #3 Best New Public Golf Course in the Country, the #6 Golf Course in the State and the #1 Golf Course on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The Canyon nine, carved from former hunting grounds where deer blinds remain nailed to the hardwood, is a thrilling stretch of target-style golf. Hole #1, a 501-yard par 4, drops 200 feet from tee to fairway. The Loblolly nine, with its gently rolling fairways, cathedral-like pines and water-fronted greens, exudes a stately, Augusta-like quality. The tee shot on the par 4 seventh hole is elevated and played to a valley, and the approach shot is uphill to a beautifully bunkered green.
Cambrian Ridge - Loblolly-Sherling

101 Sunbelt Pkwy,
Greenville, AL 36037 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Cambrian Ridge is in Greenville, Alabama, about an hour southwest of Montgomery. Known by avid golfers as one of the most beautiful and challenging stops on the Trail, it's well worth the ride for any golfer looking for 36 holes of jaw-dropping golf. Cambrian Ridge was immortalized in the 2003 Microsoft golf game Links, for which it was the subject of an extensive ad campaign in Golf magazine. In 2001, Golf Digest ranked Cambrian Ridge the #3 Best New Public Golf Course in the Country, the #6 Golf Course in the State and the #1 Golf Course on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The Loblolly nine, with its gently rolling fairways, cathedral-like pines and water-fronted greens, exudes a stately, Augusta-like quality. The tee shot on the par 4 seventh hole is elevated and played to a valley, and the approach shot is uphill to a beautifully bunkered green. The Sherling nine may be the best nine on the entire trail. Drama takes center stage at Sherling's ninth hole, which marches straight uphill past a deep, boulder-strewn ravine to a lolling tongue of a double green shared with the ninth on the Canyon nine.
Cambrian Ridge - Sherling-Canyon

101 Sunbelt Pkwy,
Greenville, AL 36037 United States

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Cambrian Ridge is in Greenville, Alabama, about an hour southwest of Montgomery. Known by avid golfers as one of the most beautiful and challenging stops on the Trail, it's well worth the ride for any golfer looking for 36 holes of jaw-dropping golf. Cambrian Ridge was immortalized in the 2003 Microsoft golf game Links, for which it was the subject of an extensive ad campaign in Golf magazine. In 2001, Golf Digest ranked Cambrian Ridge the #3 Best New Public Golf Course in the Country, the #6 Golf Course in the State and the #1 Golf Course on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The Sherling nine may be the best nine on the entire Trail. Drama takes center stage at Sherling's ninth hole, which marches straight uphill past a deep, boulder-strewn ravine to a lolling tongue of a double green shared with the ninth on the Canyon nine. The Canyon nine, carved from former hunting grounds where deer blinds remain nailed to the hardwood, is a thrilling stretch of target-style golf. Hole #1, a 501-yard par 4, drops 200 feet from tee to fairway. Golf Digest named the Sherling/Canyon combination the third best new public course in America in 1994 and ranked it 13th on its list of America's Top 50 Affordable Courses. Golf Digest's Places to Play named this combination one of the nation's 40 Super Value Courses.