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Offical Course Review: Trophy Club of Atlanta Review

Trophy Club of Atlanta Review

by Bob Yarnall

Notes:
SOFT SPIKES ONLY.
Drop your clubs off and they will be on a cart with a windshield before you park your car. Service is great. After check-in, the large practice range is a short ride up the hill, where large stacks of free range balls wait. A practice bunker and chipping green are at the top of the range. There are putting greens at #1 and #10. The grille in the clubhouse serves fine food amd beverage service is available on the course. The golf shop is well stocked with quality merchandise.

Membership Fees: Initiation fee non-refundable $3,500. Family monthly dues $185, individual monthly dues $150. Cart fees $14-18 holes, $8.56-9 holes per person. Members can walk last three hours of the day. No monthly food minimum.

The Course: Designed by D.J. Devictor and Steve Melnyk. Bring your accuracy game with you. The fairways are bermuda and the greens bent. The fairways are over seeded in the winter and the rough is cut to 1-1/2". Water can be in play on 14 holes. There are slight uphill and down hill lies in the landing area, don?t forget to play for them. The good bunker locations in fairways and around the greens bringing most into play. Many of the greens are elevated requiring a good short game, if you miss the green. The greens are 11's, so you?ll want to keep the ball below the hole. The practice greens are the same speed and will teach you the respect you will want to have on the course. The length is moderate, even from the tips, but three of the par fours are well over 400 yards and remind you to bring the long game as well. Shooting par here may suggest your ready to quite your day job. The course record is 64 shot by a pro.

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