While Georgia is most commonly associated with Augusta National Golf Club, the state boasts dozens of other incredible courses. Thanks to Georgia’s varied topography, courses throughout the state include rolling fairways, ocean views, and so much more.
But with dozens of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to Georgia can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. From the coastal marshland to the mountains in the northern part of the state, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to Georgia.
The official host of the annual Masters Tournament, Augusta National is undoubtedly the most famous golf course in the U.S and probably the most impossible tee time on a golf trip to Georgia. The ultra-exclusive, private club is notorious for its impeccably groomed fairways and greens, stunning azaleas, and an associated history unlike any other.
Located just north of downtown Atlanta, Atlanta Athletic Club boasts two championship courses: Highlands and Riverside. Both courses offer a challenge for golfers of all levels with firm fairways, undulating greens, and strategic water hazards. The club also offers a charming Par 3 Course, perfect for some added fun on your golf trip to Georgia.
The oldest golf course in Atlanta, East Lake is the home course of famed golfer Bobby Jones. However, the club is arguably most famous for hosting the TOUR Championship: the final event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Located just a short drive from downtown Atlanta, East Lake is a great stop on your golf trip to Georgia.
Home to the PGA Tour’s RSM Classic, Sea Island Resort offers 54 holes of world-class golf along the stunning coast of Georgia, the ultimate stop on your golf trip to Georiga. In fact, dozens of tour players call Sea Island home. Sea Island is also the only resort in the world to receive four Forbes Five-Star awards for 12 consecutive years.
Designed by Bobby Jones and Robert Trent Jones, Peachtree Golf Club was designed in anticipation of the advancement of golf technology. So, when the course first opened, it measured more than 7,200 yards and boasted the longest set of tees in the nation. Near perfect fairways and greens draw comparisons to Augusta National, too, making Peachtree one of the most popular courses on a golf trip to Georgia.
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