Golf

The Clubs of Peachtree City and Newnan

Flat Creek Course

Flat Creek Country Club is a 27-hole facility located in Peachtree City. The golf course opened in 1968 and was designed by Joe Lee. Ever popular among the Members, this 27-hole championship Peachtree City golf course features three diverse nines, a variety of elevation changes and beautiful views of the Flat Creek, which meanders throughout the course. Flat Creek Country Club also features a large, double-sided driving range with both mat and grass hitting areas, targets and premium range balls, as well as a short game practice area.
 
Flat Creek is closed on Mondays. Walking is permitted before 8 a.m. or after 12 p.m. on weekdays and holidays.

Braelinn Course

Braelinn is a wonderful collaboration from architects Joe Lee and Rocky Roquemore. The course is located in Peachtree City, Georgia and the 18-hole facility opened in 1988. Braelinn has been a Member favorite ever since it opened. The 18-hole layout includes a unique mix of holes with beautiful tree-lined fairways, challenging water features and more bunkers than many of our other ClubCorp golf courses. Braelinn also features 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 and two full-time golf instructors to help you improve your game.

Braelinn is currently closed on Wednesdays. Walking is permitted after 3:30 p.m. on weekends and holidays.

Planterra Ridge Course

Planterra Ridge is an 18-hole championship golf course located in Peachtree City. Planterra Ridge is a popular Jeff Burton and Rocky Roquemore design that was opened in 1994. The layout of Planterra Ridge makes it extremely playable, regardless of a golfer’s skill level. Players of all ages and expertise will enjoy the undulating greens and tree-lined fairways which always make for an enjoyable round at Planterra Ridge.

Planterra Ridge is closed on Tuesdays. Walking is permitted after 3:30 p.m. on weekends and holidays.

Whitewater Creek Course

Whitewater Creek Country Club, located in Fayetteville is a true Arnold Palmer signature course and is known among Atlanta golfers and Members alike for having one of the best layouts in all of South Atlanta. The 18-hole championship course is made up of gorgeous fairways lined with giant oak trees and perfectly manicured greens that are nestled among rolling foothills and majestic waterways. Creative bunkers and well-placed water hazards contribute to a challenging, yet enjoyable round of golf every time you make a tee time. 

Whitewater Creek is currently closed on Thursdays. Walking is permitted after 3:30 p.m. on weekends and holidays. 

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.