Top 20 courses in Georgia according to Golf Advisor reviews in 2015



It seems in the pantheon of Georgia golf courses, there's Augusta National and everything else. The Masters certainly casts a long shadow, but it brings the golfing world to the Peach State, where a tour of some of the top courses reveal plenty to be discovered. Georgia has courses ranging from the coast to the mountains and everything in between.

Golfers rated the following courses as the 20 best in Georgia in 2015. To calculate the rating, we used a combination of a course's overall rating and subcategory ratings throughout the year. The result is a nice mix of semi-private courses from around the Atlanta area to some charming resort courses and hidden gems throughout the state.

You can click on each course guide page to view full rating and review details.

Top 20 courses in Georgia

20. The Governor's Towne Club

Acworth
Architect: Curtis Strange, Michael Riley


19. Fields Ferry Golf Club

Calhoun
Architect: Arthur Davis


18. Stonebridge Golf Club

Rome
Architect: Arthur Davis


17. Wilmington Island Club

Savannah
Architect: Donald Ross


16. Cherokee Run Golf Club

Conyers
Architect: Arnold Palmer


15. University of Georgia

Athens
Architect: Robert Trent Jones Sr.


14. Ashton Hills Golf Club

Covington
Architect: Desmond Muirhead


13. Crystal Falls Golf Club

Dawsonville
Architect: Denis Griffiths


12. Kingwood Golf Club & Resort

Clayton
Architect: Scott W. Pool


11. The Georgia Club

Statham
Architect: Denis Griffiths


10. Lake View at Callaway Gardens

Pine Mountain
Architect: J.B. McGovern, Dick Wilson


9. Achasta Golf Club

Dahlonega
Architect: Jack Nicklaus


8. Arrowhead Pointe at Richard B. Russell Golf Course

Elberton
Architect: Robert Walker


7. The General At Barnsley Gardens

Adairsville
Architect: Jim Fazio


6. Oak Mountain Championship Golf Club

Carrolton
Ward Northup


5. Mountain View at Callaway Gardens

Pine Mountain
Architect: Joe Lee, Dick Wilson


4. Maple Ridge Golf Club

Columbus
Architect: Mike Young


3. Southern Hills

Hawkinsville
Architect: Mike Young


2. Brasstown Valley Resort Golf Resort

Young Harris
Architect: Denis Griffiths


1. King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort

St. Simons Island
Architect: Joe Lee


Feb 10, 2016



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Keith0709's avatar
Keith0709 wrote at 2016-09-21 14:17:03+00:00:

Wow I have only played university of Georgia. We're is the love for out west.

Mike Kahn's avatar
Mike Kahn wrote at 2016-09-01 17:54:54+00:00:

I don't see Kinderlou Forest Golf Club at Valdosta listed in the above group. Kinderlou Forest, by Davis Love in 04, is rated a full 5-stars by almost everyone who plays it. It can be a beast from the 7,700+ back (black tees), but a pleasure if played from any of the forward tees. Has anyone out there played it?

BrandonTuckerGA's avatar
BrandonTuckerGA Staff wrote at 2016-09-01 19:24:19+00:00:

It only has two reviews on GA, so not enough to qualify for the list. Looks nice though http://www.golfadvisor.com/courses/25541-kinderlou-forest-golf-club/ 

John Sweat's avatar
John Sweat wrote at 2016-03-11 02:22:26+00:00:

How Sea Island isn't on this list is unimaginable. I've played several of these courses and while great courses in their own rigjt most don't even come close to comparing to any of the 3 Sea Island courses.

BrandonTuckerGA's avatar
BrandonTuckerGA Staff wrote at 2016-09-01 19:24:02+00:00:

Agree, we hear great things. Just needs more reviews to qualify. Not enough in 2015. 


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