The Brasstown Valley Golf Course has been ranked by both Golf Digest and Leading Golf Courses of America as one of the top North Georgia golf courses to play. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Brasstown Valley resort offers spectacular mountain golf experience with scenery as breathtaking as the play is challenging.
Making the most of the stunning mountain and valley terrain, the par-72 course begins and ends at The Lodge. It weaves around protected wetlands, up and down tree-lined hillsides, and along Brasstown Creek. You'll enjoy the beauty and the challenges of 10 water holes, blind shots, and countless bunkers. Four different sets of tees make it fun for all levels of play (it's 6,957 yards from the yellow's!). This north Georgia golf course is literally right outside the resort's windows. Combine the convenience with the unique combination of beautiful mountain scenery and an old links-style layout, and it leaves a lasting impression on all who play it.
The practice area includes an expansive 10,000-square-foot putting green overlooking holes No. 1 and No. 18, and a driving and practice range bordered by Brasstown Creek and cove wetlands.
On the front nine, the strategic 6th hole, a 458-yard, par 4, requires a solid drive to carry over a protruding pond, leaving a long iron to the green, which is tucked tightly along the banks of a stream.
The back-nine sensation includes the 512-yard, 11th hole, an uphill par-5, which hugs a citadel of trees to the left leading toward a small green situated in the corner pocket above the valley. The spectacular par-5, 504-yard 15th hole wraps a pond that reflects the towering mountains beyond. The green is heavily bunkered on the front right, but high slopes on all sides receive most shots well. Course play concludes on the par-4, 441-yard signature 18th hole, which winds uphill through open terrain to a tree-lined fairway and the green. The green is scooped out of the mountainside at the base of The Lodge; inviting players to hole out, then turn west to enjoy one last extraordinary view toward mountains emblazoned by sunset.