Gulf Coast Course Reviews

The Preserve Golf Club - No. 14

Lost amid the leafy pines: The Preserve is Gulf Coast golf au naturale

If you're hitting the tables in Biloxi or just sunning yourself on the Gulf, save time to play The Preserve Golf Club. Located in a gorgeous nature preserve, the scenery here is allowed to dictate the drama, Chris Baldwin writes. Designer Jerry Pate didn't obsessively try to put his imprint on the land as much as he allowed the surroundings to star.
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Craft Farms' Cypress Bend Golf Course - Hole 13

The Arnold Palmer that started Alabama Gulf Shores golf: Craft Farms still shows its love for golfers

Arnold Palmer single-handedly made the Alabama Gulf Shores a golf destination by designing two excellent courses at Craft Farms. You don't go on a golf vacation for a history lesson, though. Craft Farms succeeds today because it recognizes its history while concerning itself with the product golfers are experiencing now. It's a well-run operation that's never lost its passion for golf and the people who play the game for fun.
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Rock Creek Golf Club - Hole 5

Banking on golf fun: Rock Creek is an Alabama Gulf Shores blast

If you play golf to enjoy yourself, you'll want to work Rock Creek Golf Club into an Alabama Gulf Shores trip. You make golf trips to have the kind of days you have at Rock Creek. This is the type of course that leaves a golf group with plenty of stories to tell - probably for years to come, Chris Baldwin writes.
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