Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center
About Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference CenterThe Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center is a 198-room and suite property in the Atlanta suburb north of downtown Atlanta. It overlooks the City Club Marietta Golf Club, an 18-hole golf course that dates back to 1915 and plays as long as 5,721 yards. The Hilton has two restaurants, Hamilton's for fine dining and The Pub for casual fare, and also has pool tables and 8 TVs for live sports viewing. The Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center has 25,000 square feet of meeting space and is 15 minutes from Sun Trust Park, the home of the Atlanta Braves, as well as Six Flags White Water and Dobbins Air Reserve.
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Great course for the money
Did not know there is a senior rate. Have to call to get it.
Great course, little slow but fun
This course is in great shape. It has its challenges with some elevation changes but was very enjoyable. Good shots get rewarded and you have the chance to scramble after bad shots. Pace was slow but course quality and challenging yet fun nature of course was nice. Some course beat you up and don’t let you score. This course let’s you score if you can find your drive. No complaints and will play again. Give yourself enough daylight if it gets backed up.
Great condition despite the heavy rain on Sat night
Course in good shape
Pace was ridiculously slow due mostly to cart path only
Will return in the future
Come a long way
The greens are in great shape, a few T boxes need some work. Fairways are in great shape.
Damp day at City Club
I had a great day at City Club on Tuesday (9/29). The light rain dis not stop until middle of the afternoon. The course was almost empty so I played at my rate the whole time. The course is in very good shape. It was mowed well and the greens are smooth. The greens have changed since the last time I was there. They are really good. I am past 75 years old and so I played the gold tees. It was a very enjoyable round. Thank you.
Great conditions, slow play
I’ve been playing this course for the last 10 years and it’s in as good of shape as ever! Some tee boxes need work, but the greens are choice and the fairways and rough well manicured. Only setbacks are the length, pace of play and cost. I wouldn’t mind paying the $50 for 5800 yards on a weekend, but a weekday when every other group is hackers. Makes for a long day. With that said, 9 out 10 would recommend.
Good course for the money
This is a fun course with a few challenges along the way, it’s a good value for the money. Since it’s reasonably priced expect all Friday and weekend tee times to be full, so pace of play is slow. Go with a good attitude and a little patience and you’ll enjoy this course.
Course is nice, very slow play
The course looked pretty good today. The greens are super fast and challenging. I hate leaving negative reviews and this is my second one but the course is just TOO crowded and the play is TOO slow. This is the third time in a month I've attempted to play out there where the slow speed was just beyond normal. I keep wanting to give it another shot hoping it is just a slow day but I'm now convinced they are cramming tee times in and they're not worried about speed of play.
Great place for an afternoon round
Only complaint at this course would be the greens. They are extremely hard and make it extremely difficult to hit greens from the fairway(Had a 60 degree wedge shot bounce off the 6th green like it hit the cart path). Definitely a good value for money though and it certainly worth a play.
Nice course, good value
Course is a nice layout, par 71 (3 par 5s). Multiple tee options, played the whites which allowed most of the par4s to easily reachable in two: several are @300 yards, a few even less. Course is tucked into a fairly small plot as it's a city course, so you can't spray a driver much, suggest higher handicappers stick to 3/5 wood tee shots. Narrowish fairways and doglegs rule here, with enough elevation change to keep it interesting but not overly demanding. Number 9 is really the only straight uphill slog you'll have all day. Course conditions were great, the only downsides being unraked sand (nobody seems to do this anymore) and rock-hard greens that were pretty slick. Nice course, would play again.
Always a great time with great conditions. I love the layout.