|Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Oxmoor Valley|
The course Birmingham-Southern golf calls home just happens to be a part of one of the most popular and legendary golf circuits in America: The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail's course at Oxmoor Valley (above).
A part of an eight-facility, 378-hole golfer's dream that is the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Oxmoor Valley offers a dynamic and challenging, 54-hole golf experience sure to challenge the most advanced golfers. Three distinct courses make up Oxmoor Valley. The Ridge Course offers roller coaster fairways, heavy tree cover and 150-foot elevation changes. The Valley Course, dotted with picturesque lakes and beautiful, rolling fairways, is capped by the 18th hole, a 414-yard, par-4 nicknamed "The Assassin." The Short Course is a selection of pure one-shotters which offer severe elevation changes as nearly every hole plays downhill. The Short Course is listed by Golf Digest's Places to Play as one of the nation's Great Value courses in the public category.
In addition to Oxmoor Valley, Birmingham-Southern golfers have playing privileges on a number of Birmingham's best courses, including Shoal Creek (site of the 1984 and 1990 PGA Championships), Old Overton (host course for the Jerry Pate Invitational Men's Collegiate Tournament), Woodward, Hoover and Riverchase.