Bring your best golf game to the Alfred Tup Holmes Golf Course, one of Atlanta's historic courses. This course is located on a Civil War battlefield, and provides an 18-hole, par 72 game on Champion Bermuda greens. During your game, take special care on the signature, par 3 ninth hole - the 200-yard carry proves to be quite a doozy.
Whether you're looking to play a quick game or spend a few hours swinging, Ansley Golf Club has got you covered. The golf club offers two locations for golfers: the 9-hole Mid-Town Course, and the 18-hole Settindown Creek Course. Both courses have received accolades for their excellence from publications like Sports Illustrated and GOLFWEEK; in fact, Settindown was named "Best in State" by Golf Digest. You'll be playing at the best when you choose to tee off with Ansley Golf Club.
Tee off on the golf course at the Atlanta Country Club, and you'll be playing one of "America's 100 greatest Golf Courses." The ACC course provides an 18-hole, par 72 game that spans across 7,018 yards of Bermuda grass greens. While you're conquering the course, you won't help but notice the beauty of the rolling hills and the pristine view of the Chattahoochee River.
Put your golfing skills to the test and spend a day on the green at Browns Mill Golf Course. This 18-hole course has two signature holes: one par 4 shot on the front nine and one par 3 shot on the back. Champion Dwarf Bermuda grass carpets the 6,500-yard course; while you're playing, keep an eye out for three water obstacles and be ready for a 400-yard par 4 shot.
Fine-tune your golf game at the Charlie Yates Golf Course. The mid-length course boasts Bermuda grass fairways, Bent grass greens, and offers an 18-hole, par 58 game - and it all overlooks downtown Atlanta. While you're enjoying the view, prepare for plenty of challenging par 3 and 4 shots.
Squeeze in a quick game of golf at the College Park Golf Course. Your time on the 9-hole course will fly by as you encounter a handful of par 3 and 4 shots. If the game goes by faster than you'd planned, stick around for a bit and practice your swing on the driving range or raid the racks at the Pro Shop.
Hit the Dogwood tees on the 18-hole course at Druid Hills Golf Club. This 6,860-yard course will offer a challenging and enjoyable game for even the most seasoned golfer, packing par 3 and 4 shots, water obstacles and sand bunkers along the way. Members of the club enjoy amenities like a tennis center and a swimming pool.
If you or someone you know is a young person interested in learning the game of golf, check into The First Tee of Atlanta at the John A. White Park Golf Course. First Tee provides an arena to develop golfing skills through games on the 9-hole executive course, time on the practice greens, and several educational programs.
Up for a challenge? Pack up your clubs and head to the Wolf Creek Golf Club for a hard day on the golf course. The 18-hole course packs a punch to your golf skills, with wetland areas offering water obstacles and dramatic changes in layout throughout the 7,028-yard course. After a day at Wolf Creek, you'll know why Golf Digest named it one of the area's best courses.