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Grand National Golf Course, Opelika

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  • Really a fiirst class golf course.? Beautiful scenery. Several difficult holes and lots of water on the Lakeside Course. Marriott Hotel is next door and is super nice. You are also close to Auburn and...  more »
  • I traveled to Grand National from Boston as a group of 8 to play golf and the experience was excellent. We played 36 holes a day for 3-days. The southern hospitality abounded and everyone in the group...  more »
  • Beautiful scenery, the trail ca4d is well worthy the money, two 18 hole courses and a pair 3 course. If you love to play this is a great course  more »
  • I played the Links Course on the weekend prior to 4th of July. I wasn't charged any special holiday green fees. Played a twilight tee time at 3:00pm, and was finished within plenty of time prior to dark. The course was not overly crowded, even though the club was hosting a PGA Championship event the following week on the Lakes Course. The club house is beautiful from the exterior, but was a little plain on the interior. The pro shop did not have a huge inventory of clubs, but did have a decent selection of Odyssey, Nike, and other putters, as well as a lot of merchandise. The locker rooms were small and not overly fancy, considering the looks of the clubhouse from the exterior. They really only offered basic amenities. The staff were friendly, and when I was done with my round, I had noticed my phone had died, so I was unable to call my ride to pick me up. Luckily, one of the cart boys was nice enough to drop me off at my family member's residence within the Grand National subdivision. While the Links Course was a little too technical for my skill set, I would happily return to Grand National to play the Lake Course and the Short Course.
  • Had fun but I thought the course would have been in much better condition considering we have had a mild winter and a warm spring. Grass was still not in beginning of April. I had more fun on the par 3 course than the big course, but they never changed the pins on the par 3 course and it seems like they never blew the greens either. Cost of Adult Beverages was kind of pricey! Had more fun at another course about an hour north
  • Beautiful well kept course, staff are very pleasant and helpful.
  • Surprisingly poor customer service. Neither friendly nor helpful. Dismissive of questions related to closed driving range on a mid-week day. Unapologetic for scheduling our t-time immediately behind a large group outing (scramble). Course was beautiful, but the poor customer service made it a very disappointing experience.
  • This is an excellent golf course. It is challenging. It can test your game. There are two full course plus 18 whole par 3 course. Awesome view. Check it out.