The famed golf course architect, Willard Byrd wove 18 links-style holes into the gently rolling countryside, giving each its own breathtaking view of the surrounding woodlands. Lush green Tif 419 fairways contrast with the golden long Bahia rough leading to huge Tif Dwarf Bermuda greens filled with subtle breaks. Gracious round traps dot the entire course lending additional definition to the setting. As you finish #10, climb to the top of the hill behind the green where two large pecan trees and an ancient pear tree grow and turn back toward the tee. You will be graced by one of the prettiest golf vistas in the country. Golf Digest ranked George T. Bagby the "6th best new affordable public course" in the U.S.* This ranking, plus on-site lodge and restaurant, make this a great golf destination.