Limestone Springs

category : Golf Courses
Limestone Springs Golf Club is one of Alabama's best kept secrets. Located 35 minutes north of downtown Birmingham and in the 800-acre community of Limestone Springs, this spectacular Alabama golf course features some of the most dramatic elevations and picturesque views in the state of Alabama. But don't let the beauty of this Birmingham golf course be a diversion, because it will present you with superb golf course conditions, pristine Crenshaw bent grass greens and a golfing challenge like you've never experienced.

Designed by golf course architect and former U.S. Open winner Jerry Pate, Limestone Springs measures approximately 7,000 yards from the back tees with strategically located bunkers, numerous lakes and scenic waterfalls throughout the golf course. Nestled throughout 225 acres of the Appalachian Mountains, this Alabama golf course has received numerous awards and accolades. Limestone Springs has been consistently rated 4 stars and one of the top 10 Upscale Course Designs in the United States by Golf Digest.

Along with outstanding course conditions, Limestone Springs offers world-class service with Southern-style hospitality. We know how to welcome golfers and you'll see it in the little things we do, from ice-chilled apples on the 1st & 10th tee, to ice-cold towels delivered to you on a sweltering day.

Address: 3000 Colonial Dr.
Phone: 205-274-4653

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