Cider Ridge Golf Club
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Cider Ridge Golf Club

Cider Ridge Golf Club is rich in history and provides a glimpse into Alabama's rural past. More than 100 years ago, the property was originally home to the Melon Apple Orchard. This orchard grew up to 11,000 bushels of apples annually on the property, and at its peak, produced more than 20,000 gallons of apple cider a year. Remnants from the working mills and rock reservoirs are still visible on the property today. Today, Cider Ridge Golf Club features a classic mountain-style golf course bordering the Talladega National Forest and Talladega Mountains. Designed by Alabama-based Bill Bergin of Bergin Design, this par 72, 18-hole regulation golf course is situated at the base of the Alabama’s tallest mountain - Mt. Cheaha. In fall of 2010, the golf course underwent a one million dollar restoration. New maintenance procedures were implemented which dramatically improved overall course conditions and greens resulting in rave reviews from local and regional golf publications in the spring of 2011.
200 Apple Blossom Way Oxford, AL 36203
256 831-7222
7:15 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Monday - Sunday
Discounts offered to Senior, Military
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Admission Charged
Mon.-Thu.: $46 for 18 holes, $30 for 9; Fri.-Sun. & Holidays: $56 for 18, $33 for 9; Senior Rates: Mon.-Thu.: $32, Fri.-Sun. & Holidays: $32 before 10:30 a.m.; Student & Junior rates available on our website.
7:15 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Monday - Sunday

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  • 200 Apple Blossom Way
  • Oxford, AL 36203
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