Brasstown Valley Resort Golf Club in Young Harris
Georgia Golf Trail
From the mountains to the plains to the beautiful Georgia coast, the state has much to offer the golfer and traveler.
The Georgia Golf Trail brings it all together with a collaboration of the state's top resorts and golf clubs, presenting the Peach State as a premier golf haven. Try any of these locations for a single or multi-day experience.
This 18-hole course is situated on a peninsula within Richard B. Russell State Park in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, and the water views are stunning with 10 of the 18 holes skirting the lake.
Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa, Young Harris
Winding through wildlife preserves, ponds and streams framed by the mountains, this 18-hole championship golf course was named among Golf Digest magazine's top places to play.
Brazell’s Creek, Reidsville
This 18-hole layout in Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park in the Magnolia Midlands region features a 1,500-yard winding bridge connecting the original holes with the back nine. Playing Brazell's Creek is like playing two different courses.
Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain
Play two 18-hole golf courses at Callaway Gardens: the Lake View course, the original course designed with inspiration from Cason Callaway, and the Mountain View course, site of 12 PGA TOUR events.
Chateau Elan, Braselton
Golf on three championship layouts augmented by lush vineyards and a 16th-century French-style chateau in the foothills of the Northeast Georgia Mountains.
Harbor Club on Lake Oconee, Greensboro
The challenging, yet enjoyable, design of this course in the Classic South region takes advantage of the undulating terrain and pays tribute to the natural beauty of Lake Oconee.
Highland Walk, Royston
Don't let the beauty of this 18-hole golf course in Victoria Bryant State Park fool you. Built on steep rolling hills with broad fairways and generous, sloping greens, this course is an enjoyable challenge in the Northeast Georgia Mountains.
Innsbruck Golf Club, Helen
Overlooking Alpine Helen, Innsbruck Golf Club offers breathtaking views in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, wildlife and a challenging round of golf.
Using the island's natural landscape as inspirations for classic course designs alongside spectacular scenery, Jekyll Island's four golf courses offer a challenging game in a striking setting.
Lake Blackshear, Cordele
Expertly placed mounds, water hazards and plenty of sand bunkers define the holes and enhance the challenge of this course in the middle of Georgia Veterans State Park on the shores of Lake Blackshear in the Presidential Pathways region.
Little Ocmulgee, Helena
Golfers are challenged by Little Ocmulgee State Park's acclaimed Wallace Adams Course, recognized as one of the best public courses in the South. The classic course is surrounded by loblolly pines, willows and magnolias in a gracious and secluded setting.
Meadow Links, Fort Gaines
Players who appreciate a links-style layout will be challenged at this course at George T. Bagby State Park on the shores of Walter F. George Lake in the Plantation Trace region. Two large pecan trees and an old pear tree crown the hill behind the 10th green, where golfers can enjoy one of the finest views in the South.
Old Toccoa Farm, Mineral Bluff
Twisted knots of mountain laurel, rock outcroppings and gentle wildflower meadows dictate the flow of play as this course winds along a river and into secluded hills in the Historic High Country region.
Reynolds Lake Oconee, Greensboro
Boasting 117 holes of golf designed by some of the most respected golf architects in the game, Reynolds Lake Oconee features six spectacular courses in a remarkable resort setting in the Classic South region.
Sapelo Hammock Golf Club, Shellman Bluff
Sapelo Hammock Golf Club is tucked away on a pristine stretch of land along the Sapelo River, just one hour south of Savannah in Shellman Bluff. Play is routed through oak-lined fairways with views of the unique coastal Georgia marshland.
The Sea Island Golf Club at The Lodge includes three championship golf courses, including the host of the PGA TOUR's McGladrey Classic. The Golf Learning Center is home to an award-winning staff and regularly trains some of today's best professional golfers.
Stone Creek Golf Club, Valdosta
The property boasts an authentic beaver pond, a trophy bass lake and other strategically located ponds and low land areas that make the track a challenge to golfers of all skill levels.
Stone Mountain Golf Club, Stone Mountain
Stone Mountain Golf Club in the Atlanta Metro region offers two championship courses that wind through a forest of Georgia pines and around Stone Mountain Lake, providing the perfect challenge for any skill level.
The Club at Savannah Harbor, Savannah
Tee off on this 18-hole championship course designed by Robert Cupp and Sam Snead, offering excitement for both novice and experienced players - even golf champions.
The Creek, Social Circle
This course at Hard Labor Creek State Park is known for its challenging layout in a pristine, natural setting. The first hole was voted "the hardest starting hole in Georgia."
The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort, St. Simons Island
This 18-hole course's signature is the group of four salt marsh island holes, accessed by 800 feet of bridges. The Par 72 course bends around towering oaks and across lakes and lagoons.
The Lakes, Waycross
This 18-hole course at Laura S. Walker State Park has three large lakes and is very close to the Okefenokee Swamp.
The Landings on Skidaway Island, Savannah
The Landings Club members enjoy six private courses.
The Orchard Golf & Country Club, Clarkesville
This private 18-hole championship golf course is available for corporate outings and events.
Wilmington Island Club, Savannah
Located just minutes from historic Savannah and the Tybee Island beaches, The Wilmington Island Club is one of the finest golf courses in the Savannah area. Tee times are available to the public.