Greystone Men’s Golf Association
Andy Schroeder, president of South Central Steel (SCS) in Harpersville, Alabama, previously served as vice president at SCS. An avid golfer in his free time, Andy Schroeder is a member of the Greystone Country Club.
The Greystone Men’s Golf Association (GMGA) plans and provides regular golf-related events for members, including tournaments and social events. To hold membership in the GMGA, an individual must be a male member of Greystone, at least 21 years old, with golfing privileges who participates in the club’s handicap system. Some of the tournaments the GMGA hosts are required by the club’s handicap system, but the club’s Golf Committee can choose to designate additional tournaments as well. Club tournaments are open to all members with golfing privileges, whether or not they participate in the GMGA, but additional GMGA-focused tournaments can be restricted to only those in the GMGA.
Members must pay $35 to the club annually to participate in the GMGA. These dues are collected as a part of standard club billing, and those who join in the latter half of the year only pay half of the annual dues. All GMGA dues are non-refundable.
An experienced project manager and executive in the real estate development industry, Andy Schroeder leads South Central Steel, Inc. (SCS), a fabricated steel company based in Alabama. In his time away from SCS, Andy Schroeder enjoys playing golf.
Here are four popular golf courses in Alabama:
1. Shoal Creek. Opened in 1977, this course has hosted several golf competitions, including the 1986 US Amateur Championship and 2008 US Junior Amateur Championship. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, the course challenges golfers with ponds and creeks.
2. Capitol Hill Golf. “The Judge” is one of three courses at this golf club in Prattville. Running along the shore of the Alabama River, The Judge consists of 14 holes that weave through waterways and islands.
3. Old Overton. Located in Vestavia Hills, this course was developed in 1993. Jerry Pate served as the headline architect. In collaboration with Tom Fazio, Pate created a unique course complete with rock wall flanks, sand-protected greens, and wooded hills.
4. Kiva Dunes. A “must-play” course for visitors to the Gulf Coast, Kiva Dunes arose from the shared love of links golf by developer Jim Edgemon and architect Jerry Pate. The course opened in 1995.