Alfred Tup Holmes Golf Course is a historical golf site with rolling hills and many elevation changes. The site of a Civil War battlefield, the course is named after the civil rights pioneer who paved the way to desegregating Atlanta’s public golf courses in the 1950s. The course was renovated in 2006 and new Champion Bermuda greens were installed on all 18 holes. The par-3 ninth is the signature hole, a 200-yard carry to an elevated green. Located just minutes from downtown Atlanta and 10 minutes from Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport, the course is a great option for getting in a quick round when flying in or out of Atlanta.