Limestone Springs

Limestone Springs
Street address: 

3000 Colonial Dr.
Oneonta, AL 35121


3000 Colonial Dr.
Oneonta, AL 35121

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 Limestone Springs was designed by U.S. Open winner Jerry Pate and sits amongst the limestone outcroppings from which it garnered its name.

18-hole Jerry Pate design. Includes natural beauty of limestone, bluffs & streams.

Number of holes: 18


Par: 72


Championship Yardage: 6986 yds.




Mobility Impaired (ramps, levered door handles, toilet access from side of wheelchair, support bars for toilets, wheelchair-level restroom sinks, wheelchair-level water fountains, wheelchair-level phones, seating areas for wheelchair users, designated parking spaces)

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