Atlanta Country Club
Ideally located on 260 acres close to the city of Atlanta in East Cobb and near to the Chattahoochee River, the exclusive and private Atlanta
Country Club boasts picturesque rolling hills and beautifull landscaping with historic Sope Creek meandering through the course.
Originally designed by Willard Byrd, the par 72, 6995 yards course has been modified by Bob Cupp, Jack Nicklaus,
Mike Riley Associates and Medalist Golf, to render an exceptional, championship course. Bent grass greens and Bermuda fairways add to the uniqueness and challenge of each hole.
Rated by Golf Digest as one of America's Top 100 Golf Courses, Atlanta Country Club hosted the "Atlanta Golf Classic" from 1967 to
1996 and is a former stop on the PGA Tour.
In addition to an exceptional course, the Atlanta Country Club provides a range of facilities, including 8 tennis courts, an Olympic sized swimming pool and a tennis and fitness center. The clubhouse offers a broad range of dining options, from casual to more formal dining, including weddings and banquets for up to 500.