Peachtree Golf Club

  • Course Type

  • GOLF Top 100 World Rank (2023-24)

  • Year

  • Architects

    Robert Trent Jones Sr./Bobby Jones
  • Par

  • Yardage


Course Overview

Built in the late 1940s, this Robert Trent Jones Sr. design came before he acquired his Oakland Hills “monster” rep. More of Stanley Thompson’s influence is seen in Jones’ early work, highlighted here by his imaginative — and enormous — punchbowl green at the 10th. Seventy-five years later and this Georgia course still adheres to the founding vision, which speaks volumes to the quality of RTJ’s original design. (Photo: Dave Samson)

3 things to know

  • Hole everyone talks about

    The par-5 2nd, a behemoth that sets the stakes for the brutish, challenging test to come. The routing rips you back around the 2nd on a handful of occasions, offering more than a few looks back at the hole.
  • Best non-golf amenity

    Does pace of play count as a non-golf amenity? Peachtree is an impossibly hard tee time, meaning it is also one of the briskest walks in golf.
  • Insider tip

    How old money is Peachtree? When General William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union Army embarked on his famed “March to the Sea” at the end of the Civil War, legend has it that he stayed at a Confederate fort that was once on the property.