The Lakewood Club

Note: The Dogwood course will be closed until early October for renovation:
Among the new features you can look forward to are:
-- All the greens will be stripped and resurfaced with Tifeagle Bermuda.
-- All the bunkers will have the sand removed, and new fabric and sand will be installed.
-- All bridges will be re-decked.
-- 2,400 feet of cart path will be re-routed and repaired.
-- Bulkheads will be checked for structural integrity.
-- 3-5 new ladies tees will be built.

The Lakewood Club at the Grand Hotel is a sparkling resort member of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Rolling fairways, tight greens, spring-fed lakes, meandering streams, and stands of mature trees make the 36 holes of Lakewood both beautiful and challenging. Join us for a one-of-a-kind golf experience.

Course Overview
You'll feel the rich history of Point Clear, Alabama on the breeze, as you play beneath 200-year-old oaks down a carpet of green and past crystal clear lakes and streams.

Azalea Course
This 72-par course ranges from 4,725 to 7,504 yards. The entire Lakewood Club is steeped in rich history and tradition that you'll feel at every turn on the Azalea course.

Yards, Slope & Ratings:

  • Purple 7,504 / 75.3 / 132
  • Orange 6,759 / 71.5 / 126
  • White 6,112 / 68.5 / 117
  • Teal 5,431 / 70.3 / 116
  • Red 4,725 / 67.8 / 111

Dogwood Course Meticulously maintained 7,063 yard, 18 hole, 72-par course that wanders through dogwoods, magnolias and ancient oaks.

Yards, Slope & Ratings:

  • Purple 7,063 / 72.9 / 128
  • Orange 6,521 / 70.4 / 126
  • White 5,885 / 67.5 / 115
  • Teal 5,301 / 70.3 / 122
  • Red 4,578 / 66.5 / 112

Course History
The exclusive club had its beginnings in 1944 when Perry Maxwell, designer of the Tulsa Southern Hills Country Club and site of the 2001 U.S. Open, brought his extraordinary skills to bear at Lakewood. His creations, the Dogwood and Azalea courses, opened in 1947 and were the first professional quality courses in the area.

Golf Lessons:
Call the Pro Shop at 251.990.6312 to schedule an individual or group lesson.