Magnolia Grove Golf Club – Falls Course (Mobile)

When breathtaking scenery, affordability and good golf playability combine, a golfer is assured of a golf trip that can only be described as beyond excellent, fun and memorable. These elements are combined quite creatively at the Falls Course of the Magnolia Grove Golf Club in Mobile, Atlanta. As a result, its visitors are treated to a unique golf experience that would make them fall in love with the sport – and the course – over and over again.

The Falls Course of the Magnolia Grove Golf Club is part of the 26-course golf wonder, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Alabama. Two other courses, the Crossings course, and the Short Course, make up the beautiful and highly-praised Magnolia Grove Golf Club. Both the Crossings Course and the Falls course are named Great Value Courses by Golf Digest’s Places to Play. Both courses run on hilly terrain and rolling undulated greens. However, the Falls Course is a more difficult course to play compared to the Crossings Course, which is sort of a ladies’ man in golf – a favorite LPGA course. The Falls Course is known for its large contour greens, huge cloverleaf bunkers, and a scenic falls right next to the course’s signature hole, the par-57 hole number 10. It was after this 8-feet of cascading waters that the golf vacation destination was named.

Every minute of golf trip spent in this wonderful 18-hole par-72 championship course is time – and money – well spent! It lives up to, and even exceeds, the expectations on its being a Robert Trent Jones Sr creation. The Falls Course at Magnolia Grove Golf Club is beautiful, affordable, and delivers a great round of golf every single time.

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