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Mobile, Alabama might be best known for its love of college football -- it hosts a bowl game and an all-star game stocked with seniors with NFL dreams -- but there's much to love about this intriguing Southern city at the mouth of the Mobile Bay. It's home to the original Mardi Gras celebration, an eclectic mix of downtown restaurants and shops and some really good golf. An LPGA Tour venue highlights a versatile golf scene. Here are the five best places to play golf around Mobile.
With The Masters in the rear view mirror, it's time to plan your great summer golf getaway. These golf packages will help you decide where.
Come to Gulf Shores, Ala. to play golf, and you'll find one of the best bargains in the country. The area offers quality resort golf for less than half the price of some other parts of the country. What's more, the courses were designed by some of the biggest names in the business. It's hard to go wrong with any of them, but we've chosen six that you shouldn't pass up if you're in the Mobile/Gulf Shores, Ala., area.
Kiva Dunes is the baby of Alabama's own Jerry Pate and Jim "Scrappy" Edgemon. One of the best-designed and conditioned golf courses on the Gulf Coast, Kiva Dunes is a must-play. The course, which opened in 1990, has enjoyed the top spot in the state on many publications' rankings and in the past couple of years, it's only gotten better, Mike Bailey writes.
Massive flooding has receded at Capitol Hill just northwest of Montgomery, Alabama, one of the most heralded courses on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Fortunately there was no significant damage.
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