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Steel Canyon Golf Club

Steel Canyon Golf Club

460 Morgan Falls Rd Atlanta, GA 30350-5800 URL:   Course Website

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Located in Sandy Springs on Morgan Falls Road, Steel Canyon (formerly known as Blue Heron) is a really fun, yet different, 18-hole, par-61 executive golf course. It has been recently planted with all new greens and renovations include much of the golf course, so it’s looking pretty spiffy. In fact, it is better than ever!

Steel Canyon also offers an awesome lighted practice facility where you can enjoy great grass, practice putting and chipping green, and new range balls. Add great PGA instruction and golf camps and you have the perfect place to master the game.

Course Information for Steel Canyon Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole executive length course
1 golf course(s)

Steel Canyon Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole executive length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Michael Riley
61 par, 4,100 yards
70.0 rating, 125 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $35.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Cary Perez, Course Manager
Golf Professional: Chris Knobloch

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Atlanta, GA

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Steel Canyon Golf Club 3.6 5 89 89
Well maintained, tough course Lots of hazards, tight fairways, altering levels of terrain. Great course July 18, 2014
An enjoyable round of golf This was an enjoyable round of golf with friends and family. I will play this course again. July 15, 2014
Visiting NC Great short course with a lot of difficult holes. I had fun. July 14, 2014
Not for walkers Greens in good shape, tee boxes not so much. Course winding, difficult to follow. Couple or 3 more plays & I'll be moving on. July 8, 2014
You get what you pay for Golfing here is pretty cheap but you understand why when you are out on the course. Some of the tee boxes are in terrible condition and the greens were extremely bumpy. The cart paths were really confusing and make sure to bring plenty of balls because if you don't hit the fairway/green you are going to struggle to find your ball. With that said, any day on the golf course is a good day. July 7, 2014
Glad I Played the Course, but unilkely to go again This was a decently set up golf course, with beautiful fairways, thick rough, and well maintained greens. The big issue I had was all the buzzing that was taking place due to the course being built directly under power lines. Beer and food was priced fairly and overall it was a good experience. July 7, 2014
Don't Pay Full Price Good practice golf. The course is not well maintained. Bald spots and tee boxes so hard you can't insert a tee. The greens, however, have never been better. We paid $15 - seemed about right for the experience. July 6, 2014
Narrow Fairways For an executive course it is adequate. I enjoyed the challenge of the narrowness where they were reasonable not so much when they were not (No 8) Lost a couple balls but I knew that was the conditions I would face. July 3, 2014
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