20 Peninsula Blvd,
Gulf Shores, Alabama AL 36542
Office+1 (800) 391 8009
Pro shop+1 (251) 968 8009
Fax+1 (251) 968 8013
Golf proMatt Livengood (Head Professional)
27 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk but some long tee-to-green walks.
Woodland and marshland
Above distances are for the Marsh-Cypress combination.
54 miles SE of Mobile
From the I-10 (20 miles east of Mobile) take exit 44 onto the 59 South direction Loxley. After approx 28 miles (and 10 miles after Foley) turn right onto the 180 (W Fort Morgan Rd). After approx 5 miles golf is on your right.
Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club: Golfing at Peninsula is always a pleasure, whichever of the three picturesque, natural and scenic nine-hole loops you choose to play. The green-keeping is first-rate, with the Marsh, Lakes and Cypress nines always presented in tip-top condition. Earl Stone's strong layout contains many nicely dog-legging holes, generally good-width fairways and excellent bunkering. Occasionally in the scenic mix is some very unobtrusive real estate, although the big accent here is on live oaks, cypress trees, natural vegetation and more than 30 small lakes, which will need to be negotiated at various points.
The tree-lined perimeter that wraps around this flattish terrain ensures you are adequately sheltered from the main force of any breezes coming off Mobil Bay (on one side) and the Gulf of Mexico's Little Lagoon (on the other). However, this foliage also restricts you to just one impressive sea view over Mobile Bay, which comes briefly at the par-5 7th on the Lakes course. On each nine you will discover many memorable and naturally beautiful holes, often skirted by small lakes or sandy waste areas with tussocky grass. The slightly elevated greens are usually guarded by relatively shallow bunkers, grassy run-off areas, and many enjoy a majestic back-drop of impressively tall pines.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Golf carts compulsory.
Peninsula is located to the west of Gulf Shores, between two large expanses of water, Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico's Little Lagoon. It is also adjacent to the Sand Bayou section of the Bon Secour Wildlife Preserve, which is part of the USA's National Wildlife Refuge system. The Visitor Centre for the preserve is a little bit further west along the 180. >> Peninsula is managed by Honours Golf, the Southeast's leading golf course development and management company.
337 E Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, AL 36542
+1 (251) 948 2711Visit website
Located in the heart of the award-winning resort town of Gulf Shores, and right on the beach, this Best Western hotel is ideal for exploring the excellent golf courses in the neighbourhood.
Craft Farms (Cotton Creek and Cypress Bend courses); Peninsula.
815 Plantation Road, Gulf Shores, AL 36542
+1 (866) 540 7100Visit website
A wide variety of accommodations (The Lodge, vacation houses and rental condominiums) are available for visiting golfers, all close to the golf course and the wonderful sands of Kiva Dunes' Gulf coast beach.
Peninsula; Craft Farms (Cotton Creek and Cypress Bend courses)
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