Atlanta National was formed as a club exclusively for golfers and one that would embody the traditions of the great game of golf. To honor that spirit, the club erected a statue in front of the clubhouse of Gene Sarazen, one of the greatest players of all time and truly one of the great gentlemen of the game. Today, that statue still stands as a constant reminder to Members and guests of those traditions that permeate every aspect of Atlanta National.
Atlanta National also honors the traditions of the game by promoting walking, as there are no walking restrictions and available caddies. And with no starting times, it’s easy see why Atlanta National Golf Club has been consistently regarded as one of the area’s top golf clubs.
Atlanta National’s double-ended practice range is the ideal location to improve your game. With an open layout, target greens and Adirondack chairs, Members enjoy the finest in practice facilities. The range also features a chipping green, putting green and a practice bunker to work on your short game.
The Front Tee:
The Practice Range Front Tee is the perfect place to warm up prior to play.
The Back Tee:
Many Members use the 25,000 square-foot tee, a chipping area and a practice green at the back of the range for extended practice and instruction
For Members looking to improve their game, Atlanta National Golf Club features outstanding instruction from its golf professionals.