Golf in Monroe


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Bear Creek Golf Club's 18-hole course takes golfers voyaging across 6,585 yards of rolling terrain characterized by renovated bunkers, contoured greens, and dense tree lines lining the fairways. Refurbished in July 2011, the par 72 is now carpeted with Champion bermuda grass on all of its greens to form smooth, slick putting surfaces devoid of any bumpy nettles or suspicious troll knolls. Chirping birds and whistling winds serve as the course's commentators, occasionally warning players of the scattered water hazards that reflect the skies above without ripple or wave but reveal their orb-eating desires when balls land atop their motionless surface. At the onsite snack bar, players can fuel up before rounds. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,585 yards from farthest tees * Course rating of 71.8 from farthest tees * Slope rating of 130 from farthest tees * Four tee options * See the scorecard
4125 Lakeside Boulevard
Monroe,
GA
US
Fountain-frothed ponds and rolling hills of bermuda grass encircle Traditions of Braselton’s tree-line grounds designed by famed link-itect Mike Dasher. Five tee placements offer alternate takes on the expansive course, all of which are a par 72 for average golfers, and a par 0 for those taking an existential approach. The multiple tee offs allow players to tailor a game according to their skill level, while the included golf cart ensures an invigorating round of walk-spoilage in every sense of the word. Check out a hole-by-hole walk-through of the fair-looking fairways here.
350 Traditions Way
Jefferson,
GA
US
Glowing boundary rails line the pitch-black corridors of Lunar Mini Golf's putting surfaces, guiding mini golfers and their orbs across a black-lit dreamscape surrounded by neon flourishes. As players attempt to sink hole-in-ones, the vibrant course thwarts their efforts with topsy-turvy surfaces, jutting ridges, and a gallery of luminous animals and bug-eyed aliens whispering commentary from inside the walls. Guests can become mobile accoutrements in the phosphorescent scenery by snagging necklaces and other glow-in-the-dark knickknacks available for sale, helping players identify opponents' movements and accentuate celebratory dances with glow-stick flair. The course's darkened alleys provide fun, casual outings for players of all abilities, as well as an eclectic venue for the birthday parties of future adults.
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy.
Lawrenceville,
GA
US
Once golfers step onto the grounds of Cedar Lake Golf Club, they become sworn enemies with the 166 rolling acres and their crowd of native wet and dry hazards. Among these are two large lakes?including Henderson Lake, which abuts the first fairway?and exposed granite outcroppings, which are something of a course signature. The 17th hole, one of three par 5s on the back nine, is particularly affected by a granite mound that sends shots ricocheting. Meanwhile, the course's namesake cedar trees trace the fairways, lending an outdoorsy mystique to every vantage point on the course. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 73 course * Total length of 6,538 yards from the back tees * Five sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard
5720 South Sharon Church Road
Loganville,
GA
US
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