Routed among the saltmarshes and lagoons on Little St Simons Island, the King and Prince Golf Course is a late 1980s Joe Lee design that Billy Fuller upgraded in 2009, adding one or two modern touches to the original layout.
Greg Norman laid out the golf course at The River Club in 2005 within a luxury housing development where fairways occupy a tract of rolling land beside the Chattahoochee River.
Designed by Tom Fazio, the course at White Columns Country Club is a tournament-standard track which has hosted a number of USGA qualifying events for the likes of the US Women’s Open and the US Girls’ Junior championships.
Formed in 1926, Athens Country Club is now a 27-hole golf facility, with the original eighteen holes laid out by Donald Ross. This layout was restored by Ron Forse in 2010, when a number of the shrunken greens were increased in size.
Designed by Arthur Davis and opened for public play in 1992, the course at Fields Ferry Golf Club extends to 6,586 yards from the back markers, with water coming into play at several of the holes.
Laid out within the Richard B. Russell State Park, Arrowhead Point is one of eight golf facilities operated by the Georgia state authorities. The course lies on a Lake Russell peninsula, with water in play at half the holes.
Situated on a plateau of Lookout Mountain – with a dramatic new 18th hole perched on the edge of a cliff – the Highlands course at McLemore Club is a Rees Jones/Bill Bergin co-design that replaces the former Canyon Ridge layout.
Opened for play in 2004, the golf course at the Kinderlou Forest residential community was fashioned by Davis Love III and the club has already hosted half a dozen PGA Nationwide Tour events and been the two-time stage for the Web.com's South Georgia Classic.
Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, close to the North Carolina border, the course at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa is a mid-1990s Denis Griffiths design with many of the holes affected by streams and wetland areas.
Jim Fazio’s course (formerly known as Barnsley Gardens) occupies an enormous 378-acre portion of the Barnsley Resort, with fairways routed around woodland, gardens and a large lake.