The Judge Course features wide fairways, with plenty of water coming into play. The club is built atop a 200-foot bluff overlooking the Alabama River, with a view of the glistening state capitol of Montgomery, thirteen miles to the south.
Perhaps as impressive as the variety of terrain is the 40-acre practice facility, featuring 1,000 yards of tee space. Ever-changing and ever-challenging, Capitol Hill provides a memorable experience for golfers of every skill level.
- Course designed by Robert Trent Jones, opened in 1999
- 77.8 rating/144 slope
- 7779 total yards from championship tees
- 18 holes, Par 72
Water comes into play on 14 of the holes, including one hole with an island green.
The course was given a perfect 5 out of 5 rating by readers of Golf Magazine.
Golf Magazine named the Judge Course as one of the 10 public courses in America worthy of hosting the U.S. Open.