White Oak Course
White Oak Golf Club, located just south of Atlanta in Newnan, Georgia, opened as an 18-hole championship golf course in 1986. Additional nines were added in 1987 and 1990, bringing the course to the total 36-hole facility that our Members enjoy today. Rocky Roquemore was the principal architect, and the course has always been a favorite among our Atlanta golf Members and their guests. White Oak offers Members two very distinct layouts: The Old Course, with a very traditional layout, and the Seminole Course, with a more modern layout. Both courses provide golfers of all skill levels an enjoyable round.
White Oak is currently open seven days a week. Walking is permitted before 8 a.m. or after 12 p.m. on weekends and holidays.
Canongate I Course
Canongate I Golf Club, located in Sharpsburg, Georgia originally opened in 1965 with 18 holes designed by world-renowned architects Dick Wilson and Joe Lee. An additional 18 holes were added in 1999, creating the 36-hole facility that Members know and love today. Architects Rocky Roquemore and Jeff Burton were responsible for the addition. This unique, 36-hole Club features four distinct nines that integrate seamlessly into the surrounding natural area, making it a favorite among all of our Members.
In addition to the courses, the Club offers a double-sided driving range with both mat and grass hitting areas, targets and premium range balls, as well as a short game practice area.
Canongate I is open seven days a week. Walking is permitted before 8 a.m. or after 12 p.m. on weekends and holidays.