South of the Mason-Dixon Line, in the state of Alabama, there is some of the best golf in America. The Robert Trent Golf Trail offer 468 holes of golf and coves more that 100 square miles. One of the things that makes Alabama such a great place to play golf is the weather. From its gorgeous waterfalls to the sand dunes, rolling woods and complex green systems the natural setting makes a Alabama prime place for golfers of all degrees, and also a great place to host tournaments.
Alabama has nine signature golf courses designed by some of golf's greatest players. From the Gulf Shores to the Orange Beach area you can't help but find a course that is fun and exciting. Alabama offers private and public golf courses and has accommodations close to the courses or you can stay nearby with one of the Stay-and-Play packages the courses offer. Alabama's Robert Trent Golf Trail offers 11 different courses all across the state. It is the largest course construction project ever attempted. Some may say that is the biggest bargain in the country and also some of the best public golf on earth. Most of the trail sites are near the interstate and are clearly marked by green highway signs. Each site is more than a two-hour drive from another, making it possible to play multiple locations during a vacation.
Alabama is host to six different tournaments a year from the LGPA Classic to a Father/Son tournament, along with many others. There isn't much more you could ask for in a golf vacation. Alabama is a perfect fit for any golfer, whether you're looking for a trip to improve your golf game or a weekend with your buddies, Alabama golf tournaments will fit your needs without traveling a long distance or breaking your bank.