Georgia resorts offer golfers and visitors many exceptional choices, from several of the world’s top award winning golf resorts to scenic mountain retreats. If you are planning a visit to this peach of a state, here are some of Georgia’s top resorts offering great choices for your golf getaway, family vacation or corporate meeting.

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Golf Courses

Brasstown Valley Resort and Spa – Young Harris, GA

Discover a truly memorable Georgia golf experience in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just two hours north of Atlanta. Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa offers a spectacular mountain golf experience with scenery as breathtaking as the play is challenging. The Brasstown Valley Golf Course has been ranked by both Golf Digest and Leading Golf Courses of America as one of the top Georgia courses to play. Designed by Denis Griffiths, the golf course winds through wildlife preserves, ponds and streams framed in by the mountains. With five sets of tees, all skill levels will be able to enjoy a layout that is maintained to standards you’d expect. It’s great for the corporate outing, couple’s getaway or the guy’s weekend. The facility also offers full practice options and a well-equipped Pro Shop.

Lake Blackshear Resort & Golf Club – Cordele, GA

Great golf at a great value! Recognized as one of middle and south Georgia’s finest courses and best value for play, Georgia Veterans Memorial Golf Course or ’Vet’s Course,’ is open seven days a week throughout the year. Offering picturesque lake views along with the region’s mild climate, makes this a perfect place to enjoy year-round golf on the inspiring Denis Griffiths’ designed course. Ranked by Golf Digest as a four star course, you will be challenged by expertly placed mounds, water hazards, and plenty of sand bunkers defining the holes and enhancing the sport. The Dwarf Bermuda greens are large and sloping and wide, while Tif 419 fairways wind through mounds and stands of tall loblolly pines.

The George T. Bagby Lodge – Fort Gaines, GA

When Meadow Links first opened to play in 1998, Golf Digest ranked the course as “the nation’s sixth best new affordable public course.” Today, players who appreciate a links style layout will be challenged at Meadow Links. The course has been creatively woven into the gently rolling contours of the countryside, and architect Willard Byrd has designed a golf experience that rewards players with unique challenges and memorable views. The large greens offer subtle breaks. Lush green fairways are ribboned by long Bahia rough. Traps provide additional definition. Two large pecan trees and an old pear tree crown the hill behind the 10th green, where golfers can enjoy one of the finest views in the South.

Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge – Helena, GA

One of the hidden gems of the South, golfers who play a round at Wallace Adams rarely forget the experience. The classic course is surrounded by loblolly pines, willows, and magnolias, in a gracious and secluded setting.

The front nine is tight and requires players to bring their shotmaking skills. The back nine opens up but continues to present challenges with smaller, sloped greens and doglegs on the fairways. All 18 holes feature Bermuda fairways and Tif eagle Bermuda greens.