HISTORY

Steeped in tradition and nestled in Alpharetta, a private enclave of North Atlanta, The Golf Club of Georgia provides a standard of excellence enjoyed by few private clubs. Established in 1991, the Club has made an impressive statement both competitively and through its course conditions, consistently recognized as one of the finest 36-hole golf clubs in the country.

THE CLUB THROUGH THE YEARS


1991 - The Lakeside Course, designed by Arthur Hills, won Golf Digest's prestigious “ Best New Private Course in America” award.

1993 - The Creekside course, also designed by Arthur Hills, opened for play.

1995 - The Club was the site of the Senior PGA Tour's Nationwide Championship. This event was televised by ESPN and won by Hall of Famer Hale Irwin in its final two years. In the following five years, the Club also hosted the Georgia Amateur Championship, U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying and the NCAA East Regional Championship.

1996 - Georgia Tech Men’s Golf began calling The Golf Club of Georgia their home course. PGA Players, Stewart Cink, David Duval, and Matt Kuchar, began their careers on our premier course. 

1998 - The Golf Club of Georgia began hosting The Georgia Cup, an 18-hole charity match between the reigning United States Amateur Champion and British Amateur Champion. We continue the tradition of hosting The Georgia Cup each spring.

2006 -  The Golf Club of Georgia began hosting The United States Collegiate Championship featuring the nation's top college golf teams. We continue to host this prestigious event every fall.

2015-2016 -  Renowned Golf Course Architect & Designer, Bob Cupp enhanced the Creekside Course after a $3M renovation. Upon completion, Mr. Cupp made improvements on the Lakeside Course which reopened in March, 2016.
 
2015 - Golf Digest rated the Lakeside Course No. 11 Best in State, and the Creekside Course No. 16.

2016 - The Golf Club of Georgia reopened after a $35M revitalization project to the clubhouse.