Proving that Nick Saban hasn't dominated everything in Alabama is Pursell Farms, a family-run resort set on a 3500-acre former farm/current nature preserve, offering just about every civilized outdoor activity you'd care to partake in short of tackle tetherball, from golf on an acclaimed course, to fishing excursions, to just-added quail-hunting.
So long as you can point a shotgun and disobey Carson Kressley by wearing muted colors, you're set for that quail-poppin', as they'll rent you the pump-action and safety equipment (no camo necessary), before a guide wheels you out to a cultivated field, letting a dog do the dirty work of flushing, retrieving, and eventually laughing its ass off at you from the bottom of the screen.
Later, hit the 18-hole, 7444yd course (named 'Bama’s best by Golfweek!) and ornate-pool-table-equipped clubhouse, then get treated like that pimp Steve Stricker upon heading back to your cottage or cabin outfitted with a private club car and an individual putting green, which're far more entertaining but just as frustrating as individual Seth Greens.
Because nothing burns calories like riding in golf carts and shooting defenseless game birds, PF's got a Cordon Bleu-schooled chef overseeing its garden-grown, all-inclusive, Southern-style homecooked meals (plus unlimited snacks, woo!), and if your girl comes along but hates golf and guns, in-room spa treatments are as easily scheduled as Kent State, if you're Nick Saban.