Alabama State Parks Announces New Golf Course Names and Logos: Public Asked to Suggest Trail Name

Two weeks after announcing the “Eagle’s Nest” as the new name of the Lake Guntersville State Park golf course, Alabama State Parks announces the new names for its five other courses. The new names, along with the newly designed logos, are part of a rebranding plan to promote the individual courses and to combine all six courses as part of a statewide golf trail. As part of the rebranding, the courses will also be rated, sloped and handicapped for the Golf Handicap and Information Network (GHIN) system.


The new course names are:

The next phase of the rebranding is to give the golf trail a name. Alabama State Parks is soliciting names for the golf trail from the public. Starting December 1, the public is invited to visit the Alabama State Parks website to offer suggestions as to what the trail should be called. To submit suggestions for the golf trail name visit, or email directly to


When making a suggestion, consider the individual course names and provide ideas that incorporate all the names into a cohesive title. The trail name will be chosen in early 2012.


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