3000 Ozark Hwy Enterprise, Al 36330 334-347-2726
Full service country club with a beautiful and challenging 18 holes of golf, a family friendly pool, and a vibrant clubhouse. Their diverse and growing membership exudes a fun and friendly atmosphere and they are happy to welcome new faces and to show some of their famous “southern hospitality”. They also have ballroom and meeting spaces available and can handle most catering needs.
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423 Tartan Way Enterprise, Al 36330 334-393-8000
The 18-hole "Tartan Pines" course at the Tartan Pines Golf Club facility in Enterprise, Alabama features 6,787 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 129. Designed by Alan Blalock, the Tartan Pines golf course opened in 2000.
203 River Oaks Rd Geneva, AL 36340 334-684-6190
The 9-hole "River Oaks" course at the River Oaks Golf Course facility in Geneva, Alabama features 3,422 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 33.8 and it has a slope rating of 113. Designed by Rickie Becks, the River Oaks golf course opened in 1991. Dixie Lee manages the course as the General Manager.
Bldg. 20067, Combat Rd Ft. Rucker, AL 36362 334-598-2449/1632
Open to the public.
27-Hole Championship facility. The course has outstanding Champion Bermuda Greens and one of the most challenging layouts in the region. The fairways are tree lined with numerous hardwoods and pines that gently roll through different elevation changes. The facility boasts a fully stocked Golf Shop, Divots Restaurant & Grille, Meeting & Banquet rooms, and a 300 yard long lit Practice Range.
The facility is open to the public and offers several types of membership opportunities. Membership includes unlimited green fees, advanced tee times, Golf Shop merchandise discounts, Member-only tournaments, discounted outside tournament fees, complimentary USGA GHIN handicap, and reduced room fees and food minimums in Divots’ Banquet Room.
Silver Wings has three 9-Hole courses: Red, White, & Blue. All three courses have subtle differences. The Red & Blue courses are straight forward, and the White course has more target areas to hit.
The majority of the holes will allow you to land the ball short of the green and bounce it in if necessary. There are only a few holes that force you to carry the ball over a bunker. The greens have a good deal of undulation to them and a ball too close to the edge of the green can easily roll off the side. A good game plan is to aim for the white 150 yard marker in the fairway, and aim for the center of the green.