Old Overton Club
The Old Overton Club is a private golf club located on the site of the former Overton Mines, alongside the Cahaba River at 7251 Old Overton Club Drive in Vestavia Hills' Liberty Park subdivision. The 18-hole course and clubhouse opened in 1993.
The Old Overton Club's 6,936-yard par-71 golf course was designed by Jerry Pate and Tom Fazio and constructed for $6.5 million. It was recognized as the "Best New Private Course" by Golf Digest in 1994. Pate also oversaw a 2020 renovation of the course.
Old Overton has hosted the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Tournament and the Southeastern Conference golf championships. The club pro is Jim Brotherton Jr, the PGA's Professional of the Year in 2003.
The club also boasts a 25,000-square-foot clubhouse, a 9-court tennis center and outdoor pool.
- Rebman, Stephanie (November 16, 2020) "Private golf club in Vestavia Hills under new management." Birmingham Business Journal