Holly Hills 2019, one of the great places to play in Baldwin County

Call for tee-times or to reserve the banquet facility

Phillip Ellis, Golf Today
Posted 4/2/19

Holly Hills Municipal golf course was originally a country club built in 1965 by legendary local golf course designer Earl Stone, the course which was purchased by the City of Bay Minette in ...

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Holly Hills 2019, one of the great places to play in Baldwin County

Call for tee-times or to reserve the banquet facility

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Holly Hills Municipal golf course was originally a country club built in 1965 by legendary local golf course designer Earl Stone, the course which was purchased by the City of Bay Minette in 2014, has undergone extensive green renovations and improvements.

Holly Hills is a wooded links with rolling hills that challenge players of all skill levels. The scenic nine-hole layout features multiple sets of tees that allow players different challenging tee-shots.

You can practice on the driving range and putting greens before your round and stop by the 19th Hole Restaurant for a hot dog, snacks, or a two-dollar bar beer afterwards. Complete lunches are served on Thursdays and Fridays.

Their remodeled Clubhouse features a large dance floor, beautiful bar, and a spacious banquet facility, making it the perfect place for tournaments and other events.

Stop by and let general manager Mikki Bjuro and her staff show you why it’s considered one of the best kept secrets in coastal Alabama.

For tee-times or to reserve the banquet facility call 251-580-2553.

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