Owner and designer of Dogwood Hills Golf Resort and Gardens, Bryce Slater, and his wife, Doris, moved onto the land that would become Dogwood Hills in 1974 and spent 3 years clearing trees and shaping the front nine. Along the way, they sold a vein of coal off land that today is the back nine and grew tomatoes in the fairways to help finance their dream.
USGA Rules Govern All Play
- Out of bounds defined by white stakes and all fences.
- Yardage markers are to center of green.
- Pin locations are red flag-front, white flag-middle and gold flag-back.
- Please repair all ball marks and divots.
- Dress Code: Collared shirts, no cut offs,.
|Number of Holes:||18|
|Length – Slope / Rating|
|From Gold Tees:||6670 – 115 / 69.7|
|From Blue Tees:||6297 – 111 / 67.7|
|From White Tees:||5940 – 106 / 65.8|
|From Red Tees:||5029 – 102 / 63.7|
|Hours of Operation:||7am – 5pm|
|General Manager:||Doris Slater|
|Address:||26460 AL Hwy 71, Flat Rock, AL 35966|
|Best Feature:||This is a beautiful golf course, thanks to Bryce Slater’s thoughtful design and wonderful maintenance. The best feature, though, may be the story of this course’s creation. It’s a gorgeous property and a golf trip you need to take.|
|Rates, Weekdays:||Standard, $35 – Seniors, $32 – 9 Holes, $22|
|Rates, Weekends:||18 Holes, $45 – 9 Holes, $30|