Offering a gorgeous, tree-lined hilly layout, Cherokee Run Golf Club, located about 30 minutes east of Atlanta in Conyers, is one of the top public facilities in the greater Atlanta area. Located within the Georgia International Horse Park, the Arnold Palmer Signature course, which was designed by Palmer and Ed Seay, opened 1995. It's been one of Golf Advisor's highest-rated courses for seven consecutive years, reaching a peak in 2021 at no. 6. The par-72 layout, plays anywhere from just under 5,000 yards to a little more than 7,000, so it will challenge and delight golfers of all abilities. With lots of doglegs, a few water features, 91 bunkers, and thick Georgia Pines hugging the fairways, it's certainly a great test. And it's also beautiful. There are lakes and ponds that come into play on about a third of the holes. And the long par-4 ninth and 10th are the course's no. 1 and no. 2 handicap holes respectively. The ninth is 463 yards from the tips. And the dogleg right 10th is 448 yards and features an approach that's all carry over water to the green. The final four holes are nicknamed "The Trail of Tears," evoking the unfortunate forced relocation of Native Americans in the 1800s. In addition to the course, Cherokee Run has a driving range, short-game area, and practice green. There's a vast selection of gear and apparel in the golf shop. And the clubhouse restaurant is open every day for golfers and non golfers alike. The club also has the "Palmer Room," available for special occasions and events.