Although this seems like an obscure name of a location for golf you have a variety of terrains and local features to pick from. The location is 20 miles from Georgia and 18 miles from Florida. This means that he courses listed actually cover three states, but different types of terrain and features.
Dogwood Lakes Golf Club is in Bonifay, FL. On five of the holes you have views of the beautiful Dogwood Lake. The course has wide tree lined fairways that lead down to closely clipped greens. The feeling is one of peace and an oasis for the golfer.
Dothan National Golf Club in Dothan, AL. is a Bob Simmons 18 hole course and lighted Driving Range. The course opened in 1968 to compliment the Hot Mineral Pool resort. The facitity offers activities for the whole family. The Mineral Baths have been shown to be extremely good for your health! The course can play from 5,800 to 7,504 yards with a course rating of 75.8 and a slope of 129. The architect, Robert Simmons, has built some of the most beautiful courses in the country. The course flows over the hills of lower Alabama. Majestic pine trees line the fairways. Wildlife is abundant with the white and black fox squirrels who may come right up to you.
Meadow Links Golf Course in Dothan, AL. was listed in 1998 by Golf Digest as “the nation’s sixth best new affordable public course.” The course is actually located at George T. Bagby State park in Ft.Gaines, GA. The course features rolling fairways with long Bahia rough, large undulating greens, and 64 traps and bunkers. The course is 7,007 yards long with a course rating of 72.7. It has a slope of 133 and a par of 72. The course architect Willard Byrd take advantage of the beautiful terrain and views found in the area.
Sunny Hills Golf Course is in Chipley, FL.The course opened in 1974. This traditional golf course layout spans 7,095 yards for a par of 72. Designed by Gene Sarazen and Ken Venturi, the course has a slope rating of 120 and a 73.4 USGA rating. The greens and the fairways are bermuda grass.