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Georgia

Difficult, but comfortable.
Difficult, but comfortable.

Canongate at Georgia National Golf Club

Pros: Long from nearly every tee, good driving range, course in good shape, good staff

Cons: Not the best sand trap practice area, lack of rough, greens can be a little bare in the summer

Great executive course at Georgia Trail
Great executive course at Georgia Trail

Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf

Pros: Great course, people and clubhouse

Cons: Hardly any cons but if I had to pick one, the grass could be cut somewhat closer.

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Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf

Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf

“ This is an executive course with 4 par 4's and 5 par 3's. Each hole presents a different challenge with five different tee locations to play from. The only problems really are that the grass could be cut a tiny bit better on the fairways and the greens. Otherwise the course is very playable. There is water in play on almost every hole but sand traps only on a couple of holes.   The...” --Harlin

100% Positive Reviews
Canongate at Georgia National Golf Club

Canongate at Georgia National Golf Club

“ I've lived and played at the course for the last ten years, playing hundreds of rounds upon it, and it's enjoyability has never wavered. I've played a bunch of the Canongate family, and this is easily my favorite, or at worst, 1b.    Both good and not so good golfers would enjoy this course; though it can be long, the rough is forgiving, and mostly you have a tee shot into the...” --jbishop15

100% Positive Reviews
Old Union Golf Club

Old Union Golf Club

“ i played here in a two day tournament. the course stretches out to around 7,600 yards and at that distance several holes are only reachable by the longest golfer. for example, from the tips there are at least three holes where you can't take driver off the tee because of creeks/ravines that run through the fairway and are impossible to carry. so you must hit a 3-iron or at most a 230yd club...” --Tom

100% Positive Reviews
Trophy Club of Apalachee

Trophy Club of Apalachee

“ Great course! Definitely a challenge and well worth the money. Putting greens and driving range are top notch. Course is always in great shape. They do have the tendancy to overbook the course from time to time, but marshalls are present and will try to keep the pace of play enjoyable.  ” --Spackler

100% Positive Reviews
Fargo Golf Course

Fargo Golf Course

“ Fargo Golf Course is a 9-hole course with an Honor Box. Sort of an odd duck among today's golf adventures, but this course deserves attention because it stood out among all the 9-hole courses I've visited in the past year as by far the most beautifully maintained.   On the down side, Fargo Golf Course has no practice range. On the upside, the price tag is so tiny that you can play 18...” --dsansomga

100% Positive Reviews
Ironwood Golf Club

Ironwood Golf Club

“ This is a course I can highly recommend. The past year was hard on the club, and on the community, as the course fell into disarray, due to a variety of circumstances.  In the Spring of 2011, though, Stephen McIntosh purchased the course and I'm completely excited about the course's new direction.  Superintendent Paul Arthur is doing an excellent job of maintaining the course, the...” --dsansomga

100% Positive Reviews
Trenton Golf Club

Trenton Golf Club

“ Trenton Golf Club was designed and built in the early 90´s by Doug Porter, and was originally known as Air Castle Golf Club. The name came from some friendly teasing Doug's father gave him when he was a boy. When his dad caught him daydreaming... something he apparently did quite a bit... he'd say, "What're you doing, son? Building air castles?" And though his dad had passed before the course...” --dsansomga

100% Positive Reviews
LaFayette Golf Course

LaFayette Golf Course

“ Small town muni's don't get much better than LaFayette Golf Course, in LaFayette, Georgia. This one is a perfect destination for a short golf trip from Atlanta or Chattanooga, located just off US Highway 27 about 28 miles south of Chattanooga.   The only problem I have with it is that, once you get to town, it's difficult to find. (See DIRECTIONS, below) It can be clearly seen from...” --dsansomga

100% Positive Reviews
North Fulton Golf Course

North Fulton Golf Course

“ If I had to rank the American Golf courses in Atlanta this would be second.  The course is great and the last three finishing holes are awesome.” --BigMikey

100% Positive Reviews
Charlie Yates Golf Course

Charlie Yates Golf Course

“ Charlie Yates is a great course for those learning the game and those who want to enjoy a quick round.  It's rarely overcrowded, has a driving range and some amazing holes.” --BigMikey

100% Positive Reviews
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