About North Fulton Golf Course:
North Fulton Course was first designed in 1937 by Chandler Egan in collaboration with Walter Hagen and Atlanta's greatest golfer, Bobby Jones. Located in the heart of Chastain Park, Atlanta's largest park, North Fulton Golf Course is situated on the site of an ancient Creek Indian Village. The golf course is also formerly home of a pre-Masters PGA Tournament and the National Public Links Tournament. Consistently rated Atlanta's top public course, North Fulton features a scenic view of the Buckhead skyline that can be seen from many of its rolling fairways. The par 4, 446-yard No.18 is one of the most difficult holes in Atlanta that requires a well-placed tee shot down a narrow fairway with a creek looming on the left. The second shot presents an uphill strike to an undulating green with a bunker guarding closely on the left. Come to North Fulton Golf course to enjoy the great scenery, the storied history, and a great round of golf.
Details:Total Holes: 18 Par: 71
- Designer: Chandler Egan, Bobby Jones,Walter Hagen
- Year Opened: 1937
- Tees (Grass Type): Bermuda
- Fairways (Grass Type): Bermuda
- Greens (Grass Type): Champions Bermuda