Capitol Hill Golf Club
One of the most popular sites on the Trail, Capitol Hill, receives continual praise from golfers and golf writers alike; such is the quality of the three golf courses on-site. The Judge, the Legislator and the Senator may be equally as beautiful as each other but they each offer a different set of challenges, making Capitol Hill a fantastic inclusion on any golf tour of Alabama. Set in more than 1,500 acres of quintessential Alabama countryside, the pure magnitude of this facility is amazing and in addition to the three wonderful courses on-site, there are also ample practice facilities and a top class clubhouse.
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Offering stunning vistas of the glistening Alabama Rover, The Judge course starts level with the clubhouse before descending to the river where the rest of the course winds its way around small lagoons and marshes which are home to a great array of wildlife. 14 of the 18 holes skirt the water’s edge and the stunning par 3 6th features an intimidating island green which demands a confident and solid shot.
The Legislator is a more traditional parkland course. Playing in and out of towering pine trees and along the edge of a dramatic bluff, the sometimes easy-going Legislator will appeal to players of all abilities both in terms of scenery, playability and variety of holes. Throughout your round on The Legislator you will have to safely negotiate pleasantly undulating fairways, substantial bunkering and large greens full of slopes and subtle borrows. This course will keep you on your toes from start to finish.
The Senator, based loosely on traditional Scottish links designs features beautifully manicured bentgrass greens, over 160 pot-hole bunkers and huge mounds that constantly change the course’s elevation making for tricky approaches. The secluded settings of each hole will make it feel as if you are the only foursome on the course. A great place to enjoy the natural charm of the Deep South.