Chateau Elan Winery and Resort
Golf Digest: This is a wonderful resort course with excellent range facilities. You'll need to hit shots accurately or you'll end up in trouble. The greens are large and undulating.
Zagat Survey: Ranked in the Zagat Survey's America's Best Golf Courses with Very Good to Excellence scores in all categories. A real find north of Atlanta "crisscrossed by hidden creaks" and bumping along on "hills aplenty", the namesake course is "a solid challenge for any skill level."
Golf Digest: 4 and 1/2 stars, The Woodlands is top-shelf in every way. Those in the know call it a truly outstanding and challenging course. Be prepared for rolling terrain with some blind shots.
Zagat Survey: The Woodlands Course ranked in the Zagat Survey's America's Best Golf Courses with Very Good to Excellence scores in all categories. On Chateau Elan's younger sibling, a "must-play" that "requires a great deal of accuracy" ("try the up-slope side of the fairways for a good roll"); amid "beatific mountains and rolling hills" with "tremendous housing along the course", the "beautific setting" alone makes it "worth the trip" northeast from Atlanta.
Reunion Country Club
Reunion Golf Course
Traditions of Braselton
Traditions Golf Course
Course Features: 18 � Hole Championship Golf Course. Spectacular creeks and lakes accentuate the course, which opened in 2005. With five tee placements, Traditions of Braselton offers playability and an enjoyable golf experience, regardless of skill level. Traditions of Braselton also offers PGA certified instruction for golfers of all skill levels.