Cambrian Ridge Golf Club

Lying 40 miles from Montgomery, Cambrian Ridge Golf Club is known by enthusiastic golfers to have the most demanding and challenging stops on the Trail. If guests are looking for a jaw-dropping adventure, this golf vacation stop is the place to be, with 36 holes to outwit, outsmart and overcome. Despite the wonderful features offered, this course was immortalised not by the evident impression it gives, but by a prestigious tournament named Microsoft golf game in 2003. Extensive advertisements and promotional techniques instituted drove more guest into this course at Greenville.

The golf trip layout, which are Loblolly nine, Canyon nine and Sherling nine, became the center of attraction to golfers and guests alike. Having gentle fairways , towering pines and water-fronted green, the Loblolly expresses a cathedral-like aura that is comparable to the world famous course, the Augusta National. The Canyon nine, on the other hand, presents a more frugal attitude on the Cambrian Ridge Golf Club, being carved from a former hunting ground. The developers maintained the deer blinds nailed to the hardwood on this 501 yard playing for par 4, first hole, that drops for 200 feet from tee to fairway.

Moving forward, players can find what is known to be the best golf vacation destination trail for the entire Cambrian Ridge Golf Club, which is the Sherling nine. Dramatic orientation exhibits in this area as its ninth hole marches uphill passing through abyssal ravine strewn. Chromatic boulders lead to a dangling tongue of double greens that contribute a portion to the ninth of the Canyon. This Sherling and Canyon combination is actually well-acclaimed. In 1994, Golf Digest declared it as best new public course and 13th of America’s Top 50 Affordable Courses. Golf Digests also named it as Places to Play and one of the nation’s 40 Super Value Courses.


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