Golf Advisor Icon
Rating Index Rating
Tooltip Information Icon
5.0
2 Reviews (2)
5 Stars
2
4 Stars
0
3 Stars
0
2 Stars
0
1 Stars
0
Conditions
5.0
Value
3.0
Layout
5.0
Friendliness
4.7
Pace
4.3
Amenities
5.0
100.0%
Recommend this course
2 out of 2 reviews
Read Reviews
Average Rating
Avg Rating
0
5 Stars
0
4 Stars
0
3 Stars
0
2 Stars
0
1 Stars
0
Conditions
0
Value
0
Layout
0
Friendliness
0
Pace
0
Amenities
0
0%
Recommend this course
Read Reviews
Average Rating
Avg Rating
0
5 Stars
0
4 Stars
0
3 Stars
0
2 Stars
0
1 Stars
0
Conditions
0
Value
0
Layout
0
Friendliness
0
Pace
0
Amenities
0
0%
Recommend this course
Read Reviews

About

Holes 18
Type Private
Par 71
Length 6842 yards
Slope 124
Rating 72.3

Course Details

Year Built 1918
Golf Season Year round
Architect Donald Ross (1918) Ron Forse Bill Bergin (2006) Bill Bergin (2013)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes
Clubs No
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Golf School Academy Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Indoor Practice Yes
Putting Green Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted No
Metal Spikes Allowed No
Walking Allowed Yes

Available Facilities

Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Sauna, Locker Rooms

Available Sports

Fitness, Tennis

Reviews

5.0
2 Reviews (2)
Advanced Filters
Overall Rating
Recommended
Handicap
Age
Type of Golfer
Gender
Played On
Reviews 210
Handicap 0-4
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Golf Advisor
First Time Playing
Cold weather
Used cart

Fantastic Ross “restovation” by Jerry Pate

Altering and updating Donald Ross-designed golf courses has become a significant industry-within-the-industry of golf course architecture. Talented architects like Ron Prichard, Kris Spence, Ron Forse and others have made a living in recent years recapturing and sometimes improving on the great work Ross left behind.

The Country Club of Mobile is a bit of a hybrid project, capably handled by professional golfer and architect Jerry Pate, along with design associate Steve Dana. After updating Mobile’s Short Course to member acclaim in 2017, the pair were given a project that amounted to a) restoration of portions of a Ross course that dates to 1925, and b) some modest re-routing resulting in several new holes, nevertheless built according to the principles of Ross’ work. Ross’ original plans burned in a clubhouse fire many years ago, so Pate and Dana did their best to channel the great Scot of American golf course design.

They succeeded. Mobile’s course drapes nicely over the sloping ground, with large, undulating greens and plenty of short grass around them. The roughs are low-maintenance, high-contrast Bahia grass, giving the course a crisp look. It is challenging and fun to play - just what the membership ordered.

Conditions Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Reviews 11
Handicap 10-14
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Golf Advisor
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Walked
Conditions Excellent
Value Average
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Nearby Courses
Mobile, Alabama
Public
4.0
2
Mobile, Alabama
Public/Municipal
4.1117470588
171
Mobile, Alabama
Private
3.94445
7
Eight Mile, Alabama
Public/Municipal
0.0
0
Theodore, Alabama
Public
0.0
0
Daphne, Alabama
Private
3.2596176471
149
Irvington, Alabama
Semi-Private
0.0
0
Daphne, Alabama
Semi-Private
3.9082352941
143

Stay & Play Offers

From $646
Valid dates: Jul 01, 2020 - Dec 31, 2020
The Residences at the World Golf Village offers a home style atmosphere for your stay near golf rich activities and history at the World Golf Hall of Fame, Slammer & Squire and King & Bear.
Now Reading
New Cookie Policy
WE AND OUR PARTNERS USE COOKIES ON THIS SITE TO IMPROVE OUR SERVICE, PERFORM ANALYTICS, PERSONALIZE ADVERTISING, MEASURE ADVERTISING PERFORMANCE, AND REMEMBER WEBSITE PREFERENCES. BY USING THE SITE, YOU CONSENT TO THESE COOKIES. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COOKIES INCLUDING HOW TO MANAGE YOUR CONSENT VISIT OUR COOKIE POLICY.
CONTINUE