The Lakewood Club, a sparkling resort member of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, had its beginnings in 1944. Perry Maxwell, designer of the Tulsa Southern Hills Country Club and site of the 2001 U.S. Open, brought his extraordinary skills to Lakewood. His original creation, the Dogwood course opened in 1947 and was the first professional quality courses in south Alabama. Rolling fairways and tight greens, spring fed lakes, meandering streams and stands of mature trees make the 36 holes of Lakewood both beautiful and challenging. You'll feel the rich history of Lakewood as you play beneath 100 year old oaks down a carpet of green, past crystal clear lakes and streams. Recent updates, renovations and ongoing world-class grounds maintenance assure your experience is cutting-edge on this historic course.
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The USGA announced that The Lakewood Club, will be the host site of the 59th U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship. The championship is scheduled for Sept. 12-17, 2020.
The championship will be played on the club’s Dogwood Course, which was designed by Perry Maxwell in 1947 and meanders through dogwoods, magnolias and ancient oaks. In addition to the Dogwood Course, the 36-hole facility features the Azalea Course.
The 2020 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur will be the third USGA championship hosted by The Lakewood Club, which is a member of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The club, founded in 1947, hosted the 1974 and 1986 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur.
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