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Golf Holidays in Alabama

It might not suit those who are happy to plonk themselves down in one place for 10 to 14 days, however if the idea of a 2 or 3 centre tour appeals then Alabama should definitely be on your list.

The reasonably priced green fees, consistent high quality of the courses and a level of service rarely found anywhere these days, puts the RTJ Trail up there with the best value golf holiday destinations in the USA.

With direct flights from London and Manchester to Atlanta, Georgia, the RTJ Trail can easily be combined with some of the terrific golf resorts in the Atlanta area to create a memorable holiday experience.

Whilst not suffering too much from extremes of climate the best time to visit the courses in the north would be late April through June and September through early November and in the south March and April should also provide good golfing weather.


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Golfing Locations in Alabama

RTJ Trail - Hoover / Birmingham
RTJ Trail - Hoover / Birmingham

About a 2 hour drive heading north out of Montgomery and around 10 miles south of Birmingham, brings you to what is widely regarded as the Jewel in the crown on the RTJ Trail -The Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa.

RTJ Trail - Montgomery
RTJ Trail - Montgomery

Next obvious stop on the RTJ Trail would be the state capital, Montgomery or the Marriott at Capitol Hill golf club just north of the city.

RTJ Trail - Muscle Shoals / Florence
RTJ Trail - Muscle Shoals / Florence

Heading north out of Ross Bridge on I65 for a further 140 miles or so brings you to the Muscle Shoals/Florence area close to the Alabama/Tennessee border.

RTJ Trail Auburn / Opelika
RTJ Trail Auburn / Opelika

Being only a 90 minute or so drive from Atlanta airport the Grand National courses in the Auburn/Opelika area are the ideal first stop on the RTJ Trail.

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Eagle's Comments

Eagle Comments
With more than 20 outstanding courses spread across the state from Muscle Shoals near the Tennessee border in the north to Mobile on the gulf coast, the RTJ Trail is now the biggest tourist attraction in Alabama.