Membership includes access to both clubs.
Hamilton Mill, located just northeast of Atlanta in Dacula, Georgia, was co-designed by two masterful golf course designers, Fred Couples and Gene Bates. With its panoramic views, playable Bermuda grass fairways, undulating bermuda greens and impeccable, year-round conditioning, it's no wonder that Hamilton Mill is a favorite among Atlanta golfers.
Members and guests alike will be delighted with this stunning, par-72 course, that although just minutes off Highway I-85, will feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of reality. This is a world-class course, well deserving of its frequent recognition as one of Atlanta’s Top 10 golf courses.
Walking is permitted after 2:00 PM on weekends/holidays.
Just outside the quaint small town of Braselton, Georgia, Traditions of Braselton Golf Club showcases a rolling, tree-lined countryside that has been skillfully molded into a championship-caliber golf layout reminiscent of a traditional northeast links course. The course was designed by Arthur Hills protégé Mike Dasher, who has other Atlanta projects such as The Golf Club of Georgia and The Standard Club to his credit. The tees, fairways and roughs at Traditions feature Bermuda grass, with putting surfaces showcasing bentgrass greens.
Traditions of Braselton is an 18-hole, championship golf course that is included in the Hamilton Mill Cluster. Northside Members enjoy the five tee placements at this course, making Traditions both playable and enjoyable, regardless of a golfer’s skill level.
Traditions is currently closed on Tuesdays. Walking is permitted after 2:00 PM on weekends/holidays.