The Golf Club of Georgia’s two Arthur Hills-designed courses, Lakeside and Creekside, are distinctly different from each other, offering the golfer enormous architectural, aesthetic and strategic variety.
The Lakeside Course, a more traditional modern layout with demanding, firm and fast greens, was honored in 1991 by Golf Digest as “Best New Private Course” in America. With a back nine playing around scenic Lake Windward, the Lakeside Course challenges the senses and the short game.
Creekside, which opened in 1993, is a target-style, wetlands course reminiscent of the Carolina Low Country and requiring accurate shotmaking.
In 1999, Golf Digest honored Lakeside's par-5, 607-yard 11th hole as one of “America’s Best 99 Golf Holes.”
Lakeside is the annual site of the United States Collegiate Championship and also has hosted U.S. Open Sectional qualifying. Both Lakeside and Creekside have hosted The Georgia Cup, established in 1998.