Old Overton

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Coordinates: 33°29′29.69″N 86°40′49.06″W / 33.4915806°N 86.6802944°W / 33.4915806; -86.6802944

Old Overton Golf Club, located in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, USA, is an invitation-only private golf club which opened in 1993. The course was designed by professional golfer Jerry Pate and Tom Fazio. Golf Digest rated Old Overton as one of the Best New Private Courses in 1994, and they currently list the club as the third best golf course in the state.[1] Old Overton has played host to a number of tournaments, including the annual Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Tournament. Old Overton is home to the 2003 PGA Golf Professional of the Year recipient, Jim Brotherton Jr. [2]

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