Headland Country Club has been providing a friendly golfing experience for over years for it's members and guests. Whether your driving for show, putting for dough, playing in the sand or just relaxing by the pool, Headland Country Club is here to serve you. If you wish to join our club, just contact our pro shop for details.
$20 - 18 Holes & Cart
$15 - 9 Holes & Cart
$15 - 18 Holes & Cart
$27 - 18 Holes & Cart
$19 - 9 Holes & Cart
The American Legion tournament is scheduled for April 24th at 1pm. Entry Fee is $50 includes cart. For more details call Earl Ethridge 334-585-2859.
The American Legion Post # 119 representing veterans from Henry County held it's annual 3-man scramble golf tournament at the Headland Country Club. The team of Earl Ethridge, Kevin Ethridge and Todd Weeks won the tournament by regression with a score of 61 over the team of Charles Money, Mills Money and M Money who also shot 61. Tim Grace, Greg Hutchenson and Jay Jarett capture 3rd place with a scroe of 62.
The 2014 Lions Club 3-Man Scramble Tournament was conducted on Friday, May 16th at the Headland Country Club. Ten teams participated on a beautiful but windy day.
The team of K. V. Douglas - Luke Douglas - Ryan Parish and John Eiland - John Phipps - Jamie Correa tied for 1st place with an 11 under 61. The team of Clay Grace - Tim Grace - Jay Jarett finished 3rd with a score of 63.
The Lions Club wishes to thank all of the sponsors and players who participated in their annual tournament which goes to benefit the Headland Lions Club and it's charitable activities.
Hurray! Clear water at last!
It took longer than we anticipated to get the pool water cleared up with all of the rotten weather. Our apologies to our pool members!
Todd Weeks shot 62-61=123 to win the HCC One Man Scramble by a comfortable 5 stroke margin. Don McGriff show 66-62=128 for 2nd place in the Championship A Flight just edging Jonathan Smith who shot 65-64=129.
Joe Masters shot 70-64=134 to capture 1st place in the Championship B flight with a 6 stroke margin over Scott Lowe who finished 2nd with a 72-68=140 and by regression over Walter Gay who shot the same 140.
The yellow ribbon on the #9 flag at Headland Country Club symbolizes the feelings of our club for Jerry Hardy. Jerry is the pinnacle of the soul of HCC and all of us are happy to see Jerry return home this past Friday. Our prayers for Jerry and his family will still be ongoing as will our thoughts for his battle with leukemia. We can't wait to see Jerry tee off on #1, but we know he still has recovery, hip surgery and doctor's approval to go through. God bless you Jerry for all you have done and will do for us.