Golf Listings

Georgia has more than 150 golf courses, clubs and schools as well as the Masters Tournament played each year at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta. Search our courses below.
  • Golf on Lake Oconee

    Play on courses designed by some of the most respected architects in the game on the shores of Lake Oconee.

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  • Cobblestone Golf Club

    A public course with Champion Bermuda greens and a lakefront Ken Dye design, this course has been a long-standing favorite for Atlanta-area golfers.

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  • Meadow Links Golf Course at George T. Bagby State Park

    Players who appreciate a links-style layout will be challenged at Meadow Links Golf Course, which is rated four stars by Golf Digest magazine.

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  • Georgia Veterans Memorial Golf Course

    Designed by Denis Griffiths and on Golf Digest magazine's list of four star-rated courses, this course rests on the shores of Lake Blackshear.

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  • Brasstown Valley Resort Golf Club

    The par 5 hole #15 at Brasstown Valley Resort Golf Club is one of the more picturesque and challenging holes on the course.

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  • Wallace Adams Golf Course

    Often called Augusta National's Little Cousin, this course bears striking resemblance to the course that hosts the Masters each April.

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  • Barnsley Resort Golf Course

    Jim Fazio designed the course at Barnsley Resort to blend into the surroundings. Golfers might believe they are in Scotland for the first few holes.

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  • The King and Prince Golf Course

    This award-winning course is renowned for its challenging layout among ancient forests, vast salt marshes and dramatic island holes.

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  • Golf Club at Cuscowilla

    Towering pines, fields of native Bluestein grass and the shimmering waters of Lake Oconee combine to create a serene landscape at Cuscowilla.

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