Tucked in the Heart of Liberty Park

Old Overton Club is located in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.  The course was designed by professional golfer Jerry Pate and Tom Fazio in 1993.  Golf Digest rated Old Overton Club as one of the best new private courses in 1994, and they currently have us as one of the five best private clubs in Alabama.  Old Overton Club has played host to a number of tournament including The Annual Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Tournament.  
Old Overton Club's golf course was shaped from terrain to be the great golf course it is today.  The mission of the developers and designers was to build a course that would transcend and scope its surrounding residential development to become a world class golf club.  They have succeeded.  Everything necessary to make this club one of the best in the world is in place.  


Dress Code Policy 

In keeping with the "Private Club" nature of Old Overton Club our members and guests are asked to observe the following Dress Code guidelines. 
In general, country club casual attire is permitted in all areas of the club. It is expected that members will choose dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of the club. Denim is allowed but must be in good order. Frayed or tattered denim regardless of the cost of the denim product will not be permitted. Denim is not allowed to be worn on the golf course. 

The following are some specific guidelines; 

On the golf course, men must wear a collared shirt and it must be tucked in at all times, except for Tommy Bahama style and dress button down shirts. These two style shirts may be worn untucked.
V-Neck and tennis style tee shirts are allowed for Men in the Mixed Grill and Men's Grill except during the dinner hours.
Tank tops for men are not permitted.
Workout, Fitness or Tennis attire may not be worn in the Main Dining Room. It is permitted at the Mixed Grill and all patio areas including the main clubhouse patio.
Hats are not permitted to be worn inside the clubhouse.  

Management asks that you review these policies with your guests and tenants. The dress code standards of the club may be modified by management from time to time for special activities and functions. Management also reserves the right to determine whether certain attire is appropriate or not. 

Thank you for understanding. 
Club Management