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The Lake Guntersville State Park Golf Course has been named, "Eagle's Nest."

 

The Alabama State Parks have announced they are in the process of giving new names to each of their six golf courses.  This announcement came yesterday as golfers prepared to tee off in the North Alabama Media Cup Invitational, a one day tournament hosted by the park, and designed to bring awareness to the local golfers that the course has recovered from the April storms and all 18 holes are now open.  During this announcement it was revealed that "Eagle's Nest" was the new name for the course at Lake Guntersville.  In addition to the new name, a new logo for the course was unveiled for the first time. 

This is all part of an effort to make this course, as well as the other five courses,  more marketable.  It was also announced that each course will soon be rated, handicapped, and sloped and placed on the GHIN system, which will allow golfers to record their handicaps from the park.  It is believed that these improvements will increase and provide better play at all State Park Courses.

After all the courses have been named and new logos designed, suggestions for a new name for all the parks collectively will be solicited.  Individuals who would like to recommend or suggest a name for the parks courses collectively will be able to do so by visiting the parks website at www.alapark.com.