Home to one of golf's top Major Championships
Home to one of golf’s top Major Championships The Masters, Georgia is an area which has become synonymous with the game of golf. Georgia’s golf courses are similar to Florida’s and are always in good nick due in part to the great climate the state benefits from, with warm summers providing the perfect conditions for the courses to grow and prosper, but also the passion exhibited by the locals who ensure that the courses are always in prime condition.
Why play golf in Georgia?
- Atlanta airport is a great route into Georgia with multiple daily flights from the UK
- Savannah on the east coast is more easily accessed from Charleston airport in South Carolina
- Visit Savannah and the famous bench scene from Tom Hanks' Forrest Gump movie
- Georgia is home of Augusta National and The Masters every April
Where quality golf & Southern hospitality go hand in hand
Georgia is a state blessed by some of the best and most iconic courses in the USA, not only is it home to Augusta National the signature venue The Masters, but also to some of the oldest and best kept-golf clubs and courses in the states.
The Inn at Sea Island is one of Georgia’s oldest and most prestigious golf resorts, it offers golfers a truly exceptional southern experience with plenty of charm and plenty of great food/drink. The resort not only boasts superb luxury accommodation and ambience but also 3 championship courses to boot all of which are great examples of the designs you can expect of Georgia golf with all courses maintained to the highest standard.
Popular destinations in Georgia
Georgia’s sunny weather & beautiful scenery
Georgia is the perfect destination for a golf holiday for several reasons. The sunny weather and splendid temperatures during the summer months set the scene for golf. The Atlantic coastline is also home to several fantastic resorts and hotels, many of which are located in Georgia. Experience the true ‘Southern hospitality’ that Georgia is well-known for in establishments such as the Sea Island Resort. What’s more, the region boasts white sandy beaches, beautiful mountain scenery and historic towns.
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Get a taste of true Southern hospitality
Getting the most out of your golf holiday usually starts with finding the right accommodation and Georgia offers a wide array of hotels and resorts for every style and budget.
We recommend The Inn at Sea Island. This venue has it all. With three 18-hole championship courses, nine dining options, a world-class spa and numerous non-golfing activities, a golf break to Sea Island, Georgia will live long in the memory. Similarly, the Ritz Carlton Reynolds Lake offers a truly delightful five-star experience for guests. The hotel boasts superb accommodation amongst the magnificent backdrop of Lake Oconee and its surroundings, whilst staff deliver excellent service with traditional southern charm. It is conveniently just 1 hour and 30 mins from Augusta National.
We also recommend the Westin Savannah, located in the trendy area of the Savannah River District, not far from outstanding shopping & nightlife. Enjoy a complimentary water ferry service to River Street where you will find downtown Savannah.