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. Although tickets to the Masters are hard to get, there are plenty of other ways to experience exceptional golfing in Georgia.
Tee off near Augusta at any of 10 courses in Georgia’s Lake Country, including Great Waters in Eatonton, a Jack Nicklaus Signature course consistently ranked among the top courses by GOLF Magazine. Or, play Bobby Jones's home course, East Lake Golf Club, which features panoramic views of the gleaming Atlanta skyline and is the permanent home of the PGA Tour's season-ending Tour Championship.
Discover championship golf at affordable prices at Georgia State Park golf courses from Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course at Richard B. Russell State Park in Elberton to Meadow Links Golf Course at George T. Bagby State Park in Fort Gaines. Along with Great Waters, both were ranked by the Golf Advisor community among the best golf courses in Georgia for 2021.
Experience breathtaking courses and magnificent resorts on the Georgia Golf Trail. From the mountains to the coast, Georgia’s golf courses take full advantage of the state’s varying terrain to create challenging and fun golf experiences. Challenge yourself on Sea Island’s three courses that meander through tidal marshes with views of St. Simons Sound and Chateau Elan’s 63 holes in the Appalachian foothills.
Browse the trip ideas and courses below to plan your next golf trip in Georgia.