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Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa

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Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa

The Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa is a 259-room resort, providing fine dining, a championship golf course, and equipped with a 12,000-square-foot (1,100 m2) full service spa. In addition there is approximately 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2) of indoor/outdoor meeting space. The hotel is managed by PCH Hotels and Resorts, Inc. and is a franchise of Marriott International.

The resort is located on the newest Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail location and is part of a chain of courses owned and operated by the Retirement Systems of Alabama. It is located near Birmingham, Alabama in the suburb of Hoover. Ross Bridge boasts the second longest golf course in the world at 8,191 yards. From 2006 through 2009, Ross Bridge has been the host course of a PGA Champions Tour golf tournament, the Regions Charity Classic.

Ross Bridge is one of three hotels in the state of Alabama to receive its four diamond rating from AAA. Travel + Leisure named it one of the top 500 hotels in the world.[1]

External links

  • Ross Bridge Golf Resort Home Page
  • Marriott site
  • Ross Bridge Community


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