Callaway Resort & Gardens
About Callaway Resort & GardensCallaway Resort & Gardens is a 2,500-acre retreat in Pine Mountain, Georgia about an hour's drive from Atlanta. The property was founded in 1952 and today features 36 holes of golf and many more natural and outdoor activities on the grounds to explore. The resort is home to Lake View and Mountain View 18-hole golf courses, both wind and tumble through the rugged and forested terrain. The Callaway Gardens and Resort is set on Robin Lake, which has a beach area, while there is a robust events calendar bringing arts and entertainment to the property. In addition to golf, there are three pools onsite, workshops, hiking, tennis and a spa. The Treetop Adventure is a series of ziplines and brides in the trees, and there is also a large butterfly center and birds of prey exhibit. For restaurants, There is a multitude of dining areas ranging from fine to casual, beach and poolside fare. Dining options range from rooms and suites in the The Lodge and Spa, or more relaxed cottage accommodations with full kitchens and fireplaces, large and upscale villas, and a more affordable Mountain Creek Inn.
Golf courses at Callaway Resort & Gardens
Images from Callaway Resort & Gardens
Electric X-mas Tree on hole 15 Photo submitted by GolfUMK on 11/09/2020
12th green, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
Fourth hole, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
View from behind 11th green, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
Par-3 third hole, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
The signature par-5, sixth hole, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
View from behind the par-3 7th hole, Mountain View course Photo submitted by BrandonWebb on 03/20/2017
Great hole! Photo submitted by dongolf0123 on 04/21/2014
Awesome layout, tight fairways and tiny greens
Fairways were a little bare throughout the course. Other than that, very enjoyable course. I remember when one of the Buick events came through town and this was the layout they played!
DOESN'T GET MUCH BETTER!
The staff, the course and the location is really great for anyone within 1.5 hours of Callaway Gardens. The best courses in the area, with tees time usually readily available at reasonable prices for the quality of the courses. Both courses generally have are generally overall are in very good condition, but the Lakeview Course fairways can be a little "thin" and because it seems somewhat more "level" and a bit more "shady" in some areas, so it can play a bit more soft/muddy for several days after rainy conditions, so be aware of that possibility and if it's windy, "put on your "big boy/girl pants" and get ready for more challenges. It's worth the trip for our group every time!!
The course was in great condition. Covid still limits some areas of the club house
It‘s always fun to play golf at Callaway Gardens. Walkers, bikers and boaters are all over the place on a busy weekend. A dad with his young children tried to use one of the bunkers as playground. Besides that golfing was fun. Great layout around Lake Wren, signature island hole on #10. Fairways and greens have been well maintained, tee-boxes need some upgrade. I‘ll come back for sure when in the area.
I felt the course conditions were better than expected. The greens were excellent. The fairways were in great conditions. The tee boxes were in good condition. The rough eats your balls up so pay close attention where your ball lands. I would definitely play here again.
Callaway is ALWAYS enjoyable to play; course conditions are always nice and well maintained and the staff is always cordial and accomodating
Course is nice but more like a $45 course. The lake view was very similar but cheaper
Beautiful course. Lake view course more forgiving than Mountain View. Staff very accommodating/our tee time was 10:30 and let us tee off early. Fairways are well maintained. Hard to find your ball if it rolls to the first cut/fairways are wide though... Well definitely be back!
First time playing the Lakeview Course! Very beautiful course, but you must keep it in the fairway! Will definitely be playing again!
Need Course Rangers
Too many slow players created a long day. At least the course was in great shape.
A friend of mine told me to play the Mountain course, which I dud and loved. But I reallyEnjoyed the Lake View course with all the risk/reward holes. It was just as scenic and in great shape.
Highly recommend this track.