Practice your aim and swing at Southland Country Club in Stone Mountain.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the course.
This course is great for families with kids.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When Highland Golf Club received a major makeover in 1986—its 25th anniversary—many elements were updated to make the course more enjoyable, from the open fairways to the undulating greens. What was not changed was its natural Georgia hillside surroundings. It's still covered in blooming azaleas and pear trees, as well as large Loblolly and White Pines. The five lakes that come into play on seven different holes were also left untouched, leaving plenty of obstacles for golfers and somewhere for the majority of the town's fish to live. The result is a more than 50-year-old course that plays like one much younger, with multiple tee boxes and easy navigation that keeps play at a refreshingly speedy pace.
Training to be the next Tiger Woods? Try your hand on the golf course at Honey Creek Golf and Country Club in Conyers.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Honey Creek Golf and Country Club for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
Owned and operated by accomplished golfers, Accelerized
Golf at Heritage takes
a high-tech approach to improving swings and scores. The instructors rely heavily on visuals, especially technology that makes finding flaws and analyzing the golf swing a much simpler process. One of those tools, called Hotlines, uses more than 20 virtual markers to track the different positions of a student's swing. Instead of sending the results to NASA for in-depth analysis, though, the equipment provides instant feedback so tweaks to swing mechanics can be integrated on the spot. Students reap the benefits of Accelerized Golf's accelerated process during single and group lessons, and can retain their improvements by practicing at the facility in between sessions.