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Honours Golf has a collection of public courses along Alabama’s Gulf Coast that are PARfect for anyone to play! Whether you’re a novice or professional, a junior or a senior, a male or a female… our golf courses welcome you.

Select one of our golf courses below to learn more, or to book a tee time!

Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club
20 Peninsula Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
251-968-8009

PENINSULA GOLF CLUB (251) 968-8009

Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club is situated on 820 secluded acres of pristine land that is touched on two sides by the Bon Secour Wildlife Preserve. This golf club features a 27-hole golf course located within a 500 home upscale development in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Peninsula Golf Course offers three distinctive nine hole courses – the Marsh, the Lakes and the Cypress-Designed by Earl Stone and enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels.

Craft Farms Golf Resort
3840 Cotton Creek Circle
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
251-968-3002

CRAFT FARMS GOLF RESORT (251) 968-3002

Craft Farms is a 36-hole golf facility featuring Alabama’s only Arnold Palmer Signature Design Courses – Cotton Creek Golf Club and Cypress Bend Golf Course. Cotton Creek Golf Course, the first Palmer designed course, features a traditional 18-hole layout with tree-lined rolling fairways, large undulating greens, and well-positioned bunkers. Cypress Bend, rated 4 ½ stars by Golf Digest, offers a more coastal feel as it traverses a unique system of cord-grass accented lakes which come into play on nearly every hole. It offers wide fairways and vast landing areas that are sure to give golfers of any skill level confidence as they play this Palmer creation.

Rock Creek Golf Club
140 Clubhouse Drive
Fairhope, AL 36532
251-928-4223

ROCK CREEK GOLF CLUB (251) 928-4223

Located in a 750 home golf community in Fairhope, Alabama, Rock Creek Golf Club is home to one of Baldwin County’s best conditioned 18-hole championship golf courses. Stretching 7,000 yards, this 18-hole Earl Stone design features numerous doglegs and some of the most distinctive topography in lower Alabama including rolling terrain with natural elevation changes which is unique to this region.