The Chancellors Course at The Georgia Club has been recognized among the “Best Courses You Can Play” in Georgia, according to Golfweek Magazine’s recently released annual rankings.
Designed by acclaimed golf course architect Denis Griffiths, the 27-hole Chancellors Course is the centerpiece of The Georgia Club, an award-winning 1,500-acre planned community located east of Atlanta and just minutes from the historic college town of Athens, home to the University of Georgia.
The original 18 holes at the Chancellors Course debuted in 2001, with Griffiths adding a third nine in 2006 to complete the planned 27-hole routing. The three nines at The Georgia Club are named Red, Silver and Black, a nod to the school colors at the University of Georgia.
“We are thrilled with the national-class recognition gained from Golfweek,” says The Georgia Club General Manager Kevin Cartledge. “Their evaluation certainly echoes the view of our club members and daily golfers who enjoy the course’s architectural pedigree and consummate conditioning.”
The current Golfweek ranking has The Georgia Club sharing “Best” honors with such other elite Georgia courses as Sea Island Golf Club and Great Waters at Reynolds Plantation.