Best of 2016: Top 25 golf courses in Georgia

Thanks to a little club located off I-20 in Augusta, the bar is set quite high when it comes to golf courses in Georgia.

But where do golfers in the state play their favorite public rounds? There are loads to choose from, whether they are suburban Atlanta semi-private courses or resort courses out along the coast or in the Blue Ridge Mountains. To compile the Top 25, we used a similar method to that of our our national Top 50 ranking . A course's score is based on their overall (50%) rating and subcategory average (50%). A review is weighted based on how prolific that reviewer is on Golf Advisor, and a course receives a bump in their rating if their score is better than that reviewer's average score.

Don't see your favorite Georgia golf course? You can make your voice heard by writing a review here .

Top courses by subcategory in Georgia in 2016

Course layout: Arrowhead Pointe at Richard B. Russell
Course conditions: The Georgia Club
Value: Butternut Creek
Off-course amenities: Arrowhead Pointe at Richard B. Russell
Pace of play:The Georgia Club
Staff friendliness: The Georgia Club
Most improved
: Coweta Club

Top 25 courses in Georgia in 2016

Gainesville


Bremen


Atlanta


Savannah


Greensboro


Pine Mountain


Royston


Blairsville


Canton


Albany


Conyers


Saint Simons Island


Helena


Adairsville


Hawkinsville


Blairsville


Athens


Calhoun


Acworth


Young Harris


Fort Gaines


Pine Mountain


Jekyll Island


Elberton


Statham


Brandon Tucker is the Managing Editor for Golf Advisor. To date, his golf travels have taken him to over two dozen countries and over 500 golf courses worldwide. While he's played some of the most prestigious courses in the world, Tucker's favorite way to play the game is on a great muni in under three hours. Follow Brandon on Twitter at @BrandonTucker and on Instagram at BrandonTuckerGC.
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