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Guide to Golf

Enjoy golfing in Georgia with breathtaking views and diverse greens. Don't forget your driver! 

  • 10 Courses to Take a Swing at in Georgia

    Whatever your pleasure (or punishment), there is no shortage of golf courses in Georgia to perfect your swing.

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  • Georgia Golf Trail

    From Brasstown Valley in the mountains to The Club at Savannah Harbor, these resorts and courses are premier destinations for golfers.

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  • Butternut Creek Golf Course

    Experience the thrill of playing this mountainside course with 18 of the best holes in the Northeast Georgia Mountains.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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