Golf is considered a gentleman's game due to its emphasis on proper etiquette and the removal of all brass knuckles and inflatable billy clubs before competition. Enjoy classy competition with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $36 for a nine-hole round of golf for two (a $72 value)
- $59 for a nine-hole round of golf for four (a $144 value)
- Each option includes cart rental and a $10 drink voucher per person.
The Georgia Trail's rates fluctuate throughout the day and week. The course also offers discounted rates to juniors and seniors.
The Georgia Trail
A golf getaway for clubbers of all abilities, The Georgia Trail encompasses a nine-hole executive course, an outdoor miniature-golf course, practice facilities, and a full-service dining area. The executive course traverses 2,254 yards of diverse terrain, where five par 3s beckon to players seeking their first hole-in-one, and four par 4s—including one that measures a relatively lengthy 436 yards—ensure that drivers' self-esteem won't deflate from a day of inactivity. A 2.5-acre lake and multiple streams and ponds loom near critical landing zones on all but three holes, placing a premium on pinpoint drives or 9-irons that double as snorkels. Alongside the course rests a 25-station, all-grass driving range, where players can hone their orb-blasting form before a round.
The Champions Trail putting course challenges players across a par 42 layout that emulates a full 18-hole course with hazards that include bunkers, fairways, rough, and out-of-bounds areas. Putt-putt posses roll orbs across lush synthetic grass, which deftly stands in for natural grass as its kempt hedges beckon to lonely lawn mowers. After a long day of driving, putting, and kicking balls across the multifaceted facility, guests can retreat to Augusta's Restaurant and look out over their conquered terrain as they enjoy entrees and drinks from the full-service bar.
What some people are buzzing about:
85% of 652 customers recommend
“NICE COURSE TO WORK ON YOUR GAME WITH OUT SPENDING A FORTUNE”
“Took out-of-town friends with our family during Masters week.”