Guarded by towering pine trees and featuring countless elevation changes, the Tom Fazio-designed golf course at White Columns Country Club has consistently been one of Atlanta’s top golf courses. The course has a distinctly traditional feel and clearly shows what a talented designer can do with a great piece of land.
Fazio, widely regarded as the top modern day golf course architect, utilized the naturally undulating terrain to create a challenging golf course that is also playable thanks to wide Bermuda fairways and expansive Crenshaw Bentgrass greens. Impeccable playing conditions, contrasting transitional areas, and spectacular vistas from elevated tees and greens enhance the design, which ranges from 5,087 yards to 7,053 yards.
As a testament to its quality, White Columns Country Club has hosted the Women's U.S. Open Qualifier, the Georgia Women's Golf Association's (GWGA) Amateur Golf Tournament and the USGA Junior Girl's Qualifier, among others.
White Columns also offers a driving range with multiple hitting areas, two putting greens and its Golf Learning Center for club fittings, golf instruction and video analysis to help perfect your game.