Clanton Alabama Golf Courses

Clanton Country Club
Sehoya Golf Club

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Clanton Country Club -- Clanton Country Club
Review by: Michael Keyes This is not the best but it is not the worst. This nine hole jewel is great for the older or beginer due to the lack of water hazards. The fairways are wide enough but some of them are always under repair. The greens are fun and ,to me, not predictable. It is an older club with no frills and no perks. Non members cannot walk so if you are visiting you must be ready to pay full price. There is a small pro-shop that sells golf balls,tees,gloves and other small items. As with most pro shops, many of these items can be purchased at the local discount store at a substantial savings. Over all, this is a nice course. There are larger and less expensive courses around .If you are on a budget, you might want to leave this one to the members.
From Birmingham, Alabama

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Country Club of Tuscaloosa -- A tough old gem
Review by: John Bretz I played this course for the first time in September 2005. Designed in 1920, it has the classic design elements of the time which include small greens with steep slopes. This is a short course but has plenty of challenge. Several fairly tight tree-lined fairways require a straight tee shot. I agree with the other posters that #13 is a very tight, demanding par 5 but frankly #9 is one of the most difficult par 3's I have played in 40 years. A 200 yard, downhill hole with a deep swale/gully in the front. The proper tee shot MUST carry to the center of the green or roll down off the front. CCT has three very good par 3's and two short par 5's that are tempting. The club suffers from an old downtown location and the metro area has long since grown over to the other side of the river where upscale private and public courses are excellent. But I would like to meet the Superintendent at CCT because these bermuda greens were absolutely flawless and beautiful I might add. Firm, without a ballmark and beautifully cut around the edges. This is a classic example of a course with a tight budget that does absolutely everything with its resources. I had a great time and hope this overlooked course - with its 85 year old heritage, stays around....
From Birmingham, AL