Blue Ridge Area Golf Courses
Tee off during your cabin getaway with this list of North Georgia and East Tennessee golf courses featuring pristine greens, challenging obstacles, and picturesque mountain scenes. Enjoy a full day of 18-hole golf or a quick round of 9 holes. Check out public and private golf courses offering fully equipped clubhouses and facilities with pro shops, golf clinics, on-site dining, and more.
The Brasstown Valley Golf Course, at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa in Georgia, has been ranked one of the top courses in the country by Golf Digest. Designed by Denis Griffiths, the award-winning golf course winds through wildlife preserves, ponds, and streams framed by the North Georgia mountains. Brasstown Valley Golf Club offers 18 holes of championship Scottish links-style golf for all levels of play. The facility features full practice options as well as a pro shop, golf lessons and clinics, and on-site dining.
The Butternut Creek Golf Course features rolling valley holes and challenging slopes with mountain views from all 18 holes. Owned and operated by the Union County Recreation Department, the golf course is situated in downtown Blairsville, GA below beautiful Ivy Log Mountain. It plays to a modest 6,400+ yards, but four to six tee boxes on every hole give challenging options for every player. After your game, have lunch at The View Grill.
Copper Basin Golf Club offers a public 9-hole course with two sets of tees for a front and back nine. Located in Copperhill, TN with a beautiful three-state mountain view, the course features challenging elevated bent-grass greens, Bermuda fairways, and sand traps. Visit the pro shop or go for a swim in the clubhouse pool.
The Whitepath public golf course is located in Ellijay, GA and is a reflection of the beautiful North Georgia mountains that surround it. The 8-acre Whitepath Lake and the Ellijay River highlight several other creeks and ponds spread out along the course. Designed by Rocky Roquemore and Joe Lee, the 18-hole course is challenging to the low handicap golfer, yet friendly to those with higher handicaps.