140 Clubhouse Drive,
Fairhope, Alabama AL 36532
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb, with some long tee-to-green walks.
Residential and woodland.
14 miles SE of Mobile
From the I-10 (on the eastern side of Mobile Bay) take exit 35a (Daphne / Fairhope) and follow the 98 South. After 6 miles turn left into Rock Creek Parkway. After o.5 miles turn left, direction Golf. Follow road for approx o.6 miles to golf, which is on your right.
Rock Creek Golf Club: Laid out amongst the woods and wetlands that border Mobile Bay (which is less than a mile away), Rock Creek is a pleasantly undulating, mainly wooded golf course has won many admirers. The two nine-hole loops, arranged on either side of the clubhouse, wind their way between good quality housing, with one strongly designed hole following another. The excellent back-nine, with less real estate in evidence, has some gloriously natural holes, not least on the closing stretch that starts with the wonderful par-3 16th, which demands a downhill carry over wetlands to find the safety of the green. The long and very attractive par-4 17th also hugs the side of the wetland, with danger all around the green in the form of substantive bunkering, in addition to the wetland.
On the front nine, the hole you will surely remember is the par-4 2nd, requiring a well positioned tee shot and then a long carry over a wide patch of wetland to the elevated green. If your second shot should fly too long, there's every chance it might bounce back onto the green off a tall wooden bulkhead that stands behind the green. Overall, a very well presented and testing golf course, where the real estate blends nicely into the background, allowing you to concentrate on the challenges and demands of Earl Stone's absorbing layout.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Walking permitted at certain times; majority of players take a golf cart.
Rock Creek is managed by Honours Golf, the Southeast's leading golf course development and management company.
29546 North Main Street, Daphne, AL 36526
+1 (251) 625 0020Visit website
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19751 Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL 36532
+1 (251) 928 9191Visit website
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