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Trophy Club of Atlanta

Trophy Club of Atlanta

15135 Hopewell Rd Alpharetta, GA 30004-3140 URL:   Course Website

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This course boasts an interesting, mid-length layout that places more emphasis on accuracy and a deft short game than power. Just 6,775 yards from the gold tees and a modest 6,000 from the blues, this Steve Melnyk design has only a handful of par 4s with appreciable length, with several barely exceeding 300 yards from the blues.

Located in the beautiful, unspoiled farm countryside just north of Alpharetta, Trophy Club of Atlanta is carved out of heavily wooded terrain to create a challenging yet playable course. Now featuring Champion Bermuda greens, Trophy Club of Atlanta is one of best conditioned courses in metro Atlanta. Nominated as Golf Digest's "Best New Public Course" when opened in 1992, it was designed by DJ DeVictor and ABC-TV Golf Analyst Steve Melnyk. Measuring 6,774 yards from the championship tees, it offers multiple tee locations for every skill level.

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Course Information for Trophy Club of Atlanta

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by American Golf Corporation

Trophy Club of Atlanta Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Steve Melnyk
71 par, 6,958 yards
72.5 rating, 131 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $69.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Bob Fritzsche, General Manager
Golf Professional: Tim Hacker

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Alpharetta, GA

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 178 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rough too long Greens were in good shape but the rough was US open length - too many lost balls if we didnt get it on the fairway or the green. September 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice Course Have played this course on numerous occasions. It is a nice layout with a few easy holes and a few difficult holes. Most of the par 4's seem relatively short but are not easy if you even get 2 feet off of the fairway as the rough is deep at this course. In fact, pace of play would be much faster if the rough weren't so deep as a lot of time is spent looking for balls that have completely disappeared. Greens are in nice condition. Overall a great golf course. September 17, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not a great experience Rough was so high, lost balls that rolled a foot off the fairway. Pace was slow, probably due to people searching for their balls. Had to wait on every hole then idiots behind us hit into us and bounced a ball off the top of my cart with my 12 yo son inside. Needless to say I was not happy. Not a good experience. September 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Less rough after cut Played here yesterday and the course was in great shape. In the morning it was raining so I was hesitant to follow through with the tee time, but am glad that I did as it ended up clearing and was a great, cool day. They had a tournament at 1pm shotgun starting time, our tee time was at 3pm and we were able to play in 4:30 hours. I'm guessing the rain in the morning had some people cancel their golf plans improving pace of play. Course is in great condition. It is on the shorter side, about 6k from the blues, but is still challenging. Fairways are great shape and greens run true and fast. One or two greens had some issues on the outer edge but nothing that should effect anyone. I guess people complained about the rough because they did cut it to a reasonable height. I think this will help pace of play tremendously and made the round more enjoyable. Tip: Keep the ball below the hole on #4. If you are above the hole it can easily turn in to a 3 or 4 putt. August 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very enjoyable round I was going to play as a single but the starter and I were having such an enjoyable conversation that other singles showed up for their tee time so we made it a 3-some. August 27, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Maintenance Mondays? We went to tee off and were told that Mondays are for maintenance and all the greens were being heavily sanded. This basically ruined any chance of a solid round because the greens were mostly sand and any chance to hold a line and speed were hopeless. This would have been nice to know ahread of time from GolfNow when booking the tee time. Otherwise, the day went OK, however ground crews were usually oblivious to our playing and one rude crew member was blowing off fairways and greens we were on by pulling a very loud, large blower machine with a cart very close to us playing. August 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Very narrow course the course was very narrow and challenging. it wasn't an easy course. I got frustrated towards back 9 and skipped some holes. If you like very challenging course, this is the one but, for beginners, it would be very discouraging. August 16, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by I like it overall I've played here a few times each year, and I've played three or four two day tournaments here. It's a short course. The greens are the best part, most of the time. There are several poorly designed holes. #2 is a prime example. It's a short par5, and from the tips, your landing area is about 20yds wide and the fwy slopes left to right with hazard right and woods left. So, you have to think about laying up. But it's a par5, who's going to layup off the tee? Not me... So, for this hole you HAVE to be hitting your driver super well otherwise you'll be minus one golf ball. And the #4 fourth hole? That is a complete joke!!! You tee off with an iron to have a full wedge into the green. If you're above the hole, you're complete toast. The green is perhaps a 4 degree slope all the way around. You're going to three or four putt unless you have skill. The rest of the course is pretty good with a hole or two that just doesn't need to be there. There's a par3 that is #14 i think... you'd best be on the proper side of the green where the stick is or you will three putt for sure. August 11, 2015
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