Top 10 Golf Courses in Georgia - Golf Course Prints

Top 10 Golf Courses in Georgia

Georgia is recognized for being the home of the Master's Championship, which is held at Augusta National in April. However, Georgia has numerous excellent golf courses. To begin with, golf can be played almost all year. The Bermuda grass may perish throughout the winter, but your game does not have to. So here are Georgia's top ten golf courses.

10. The Club at Savannah Harbor

The club at Savannah Harbor provides unparalleled vistas of Savannah's historic center as it flows gently over tidal marshes. The 22,000-square-foot clubhouse has a meeting room, a full-service golf shop, formal private dining rooms, and informal dining spaces.

Golf Digest has given the 18-hole Robert Cupp and Sam Snead Championship Golf Course a four-star rating and placed it among the top 100 golf courses in America. From the longest tees, the course measures 7,288 yards, with a par of 72.

9. The Club at Osprey Cove 

Osprey Cove Golf Course is surrounded by expansive wetlands and is open all year long. The stunning panorama of the low region is preserved by tidal inlets and fauna at every turn. The layout, which Mark McCumber created, is a testimony to his dedication to designing a course that is distinguished by the natural features of the landscape and waterways. The best holes are Number 3: Par 5, 441 yards, Number 5: Par 4, 334 yards.

8. University of Georgia Golf Course

In Athens, there is just one public golf course. In 2006, Davis Love III refurbished the course, which was created by famous architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. According to golf advisor's analysis of player assessments, the Uga golf course was one of the best in the country to play in 2018. The layout of the course is excellent, the bunkers are great, and the landscaping is practically flawless! Because they are so sensitive, bent grass is difficult to maintain smooth, but greens roll extremely accurately.

7. Meadow Links Golf Course at George T. Bagby

Golf Digest ranked Meadow Links as the sixth-best new affordable public course in the country when it first debuted in 1998. Meadow Links will challenge modern players who want a links-style layout. The golf course has been expertly incorporated into the gradually rising terrain. and designer Willard Byrd has built a course that rewards players with distinctive challenges and breathtaking landscapes. The enormous greens, which run between the lush green fairways, create subtle breaks. Hooks increase the level of definition. Two big pecan trees in an ancient pear tree stand at the top of the slope behind the 10th green, which provides golfers with one of the greatest sights in the South.

6.  Reynolds Lake Oconee - Great Waters

Those who have seen or played in the Great Waters course at Reynolds can vouch for Jack Nicklaus' architectural skills, which constitute a completely different type of legacy than his playing career. Great Waters' dramatic distinctive layout, which flows around the serene coves of Lake Oconee, has provided golfers with the excellent play since it debuted in 1992. A gorgeous 18-hole championship golf course along the coastline of Lake Oconee is now undergoing repair. It is a completely rebuilt, updated, and reconditioned replica of the 1992 original that looks almost precisely as Jack Nicklaus intended it to, but better.

5. Barnsley Resort Course

Golfers consider this Jim Fazio-designed course a magnificent challenge. a thrilling course with gorgeous mountain vistas, first-rate support, and breathtaking scenery. The 378 acres of championship greens at Barnsley Resort wrap around the lake, the trees, and the gardens. With some of the fastest greens in the southeast, this is one of the most sought-after courses in the state. Off the tee, there are elevation changes, and there are some of the top par-3s in the world. This challenging but fair course blends into the North Georgia landscape on the 378 acres selected by renowned architect Jim Fazio and offers breathtaking views of mountain peaks. Strategic hazards and breathtaking tee shots that fall to soft greens below will leave you stunned.

4. Old Toccoa Farm 

Old Toccoa Farm is a challenging mountain course with stunning scenery and a thoughtful layout. The driving range, practice chipping and putting greens, and 18-hole course are all available for use. This 6707-yard, par-72 link-style course was created by Dan Proctor. With an elevation rise of approximately 280 feet over 125 acres of hills and meadows, the course offers stunning views of the Chattahoochee and Cherokee nation forests and surrounding valleys. The massive bunkers and hardwoods are where you'll discover golf in its most natural state and have an experience unlike any other.

3. Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club

Tom Fazio redesigned the Harry S. Colt and Charles Allison-designed 1929 classic seaside course on Sea Island. The renowned golfer Bobby Jones rated it as one of his favorite nine holes ever. By connecting the original coastal course with the old marsh side course, Fazio allegedly turned two nines from 18 holes that didn't match into 18 unmatched holes. Seaside is an oceanfront Links course that combines a breathtaking natural setting with a pleasant and difficult golf course. The impeccably maintained fairways and greens are surrounded by vast dunes, natural grasses, wildflowers, and bunkers, and the wind constantly changes the golfing experience.

2. The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort

The king and prince beach and golf resort own and operate the award-winning course, which is recognized for its challenging routing through large salt marshes, dramatic island holes, and a large lake on the ninth hole, all of which are visible from the course's gorgeous clubhouse. The salt marsh is punctured by four holes that provide stunning views of the island and lake. With its attractive clubhouse and first-rate service, the king and prince golf course is the ideal location for your next coastal Georgia golf holiday.

1. Cateechee

Georgia-born architect Mike Young built Cateechee from 420 acres of natural forest and open meadowland. In contrast, most golf courses are just 250 acres or less in size. At Cateechee, there is no need to worry about balls from adjacent holes finding their way into your fairway. The location features a wide range of elevations, from high hills with panoramic vistas to low-lying wetlands along Cedar Creek, which runs through the property and plays a part in five holes. Cateechee's fairways and greens are framed by nature rather than houses. Cateechee continues to offer a true golfing experience, just as it did when it opened in 1997. The golf shop and course at Cateechee are open every day of the week.

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