If you re looking for a fun, executive-style golf course in the Atlanta Metro area, follow the locals and make a tee time to play at Fox Creek Golf Club. This beautiful par-62 layout abuts Legacy Golf Links, another popular executive layout, in the historic city of Smyrna, Georgia. The facilities are just three miles from Truist Park, the home of the Atlanta Braves. Fox Creek Golf Club offers fun, affordable and quicker rounds on a playing field that is geared for golfers of all skill levels it gives you excellent bang for your buck. Course architect John Lafoy laid out the course in 1985 on a site that remains enveloped by towering Georgia pines and delightfully free of course-side buildings of any sort. With three sets of tee markers, Fox Creek Golf Club extends from 3,153 yards to 3,802 yards. The routing features a par-32 front nine with five par 3s, three par 4s, and a par 5, and a par-30 back nine with six par 3s and three par 4s. None of the par 4s tops 360 yards and the par 5 maxes out at just under 400 yards. What makes Fox Creek Golf Club fun is its varied and picturesque mix of straightaway and dogleg holes that ramble on rolling, wooded terrain. A creek crosses the fairways of six holes, but unless you top your shots, it shouldn t come into play. A few holes feature bunkers. Fox Creek Golf Club is a welcoming and inclusive place to play that attracts players with widely varying golf experience. The club tries to keep rounds under three hours for the first couple of hours of the day. Fox Creek Golf Club s practice facilities include an expansive driving range (hitting is off of grass from Thursday through Sunday), a chipping green, and a putting green. The pro shop is somewhat minimalist and the only food items available are hotdogs, basic snacks and beer that can be enjoyed under a covered pavilion. Fox Creek Golf Club is a fun, sporty, and bargain-priced executive course that attracts golfers far and wide in the Atlanta metro area.