One of a pair of 18-hole Arthur Hill-designed layouts at the Golf Club of Georgia, the Lakeside course opened in 1991 – two years ahead of the Creekside – with several holes on the back nine laid out alongside the sparkling waters of Lake Windward.
The golf course has some interesting changes in elevation and attractive Lakeside approach shots on the back nine, but otherwise, this layout is not blessed with any memorable architecture. On the front side, I found myself hitting the same clubs which highlighted the lack of variety and root cause for the difficulty with separating one hole from another. Each nine finishes with commendable par 5s which ultimately play very similar with a pond in front of the greens. Mindless Arthur Hill cart golf.