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Country Club of Birmingham Employee

Country Club of Birmingham Employee
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Birmingham Country Club, located in Birmingham, Alabama, was founded in 1898 as the Country Club of Birmingham. It moved in 1900 from North Birmingham to Lakeview, then again in 1926 to a site in Shades Valley, now within the city of Mountain Brook. The Lakeview club hosted former president Theodore Roosevelt and several Women's Southern Golf Association tournaments. The present site features two 18-hole courses designed in the 1920s by Donald Ross.

The app is designed to keep employees and prospective employees up to date with events occurring at the club.


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